Cameroonian Student in University of New Brunswick Canada inducted into Sir Howard Douglas Scholar Society

Jocelyn Fotso Soh, Garoua, Cameroon, Bachelor of Science (Honours in Psychology), UNB Fredericton, wants to pursue a career in medicine. He volunteers in the Chalmer’s Regional Hospital day surgery unit, helping nurses and patients; and is a mentor with UNB’s Successful Transition to Employment Program where he helps students improve their employability skills.

According to Ms. Natasha Ashfield, Communications and Marketing Department at University of New Brunswick Canada, Jocelyn Fotso Soh from Garoua, Cameroon was one of 17 University of New Brunswick in Canada students to be inducted into the Sir Howard Douglas Society of Scholars.

The award recipients volunteer their time and talent in a number of ways, both locally and internationally, and are all dean’s list students.

Nominated by their faculties, the scholars must have completed two years of their bachelor’s degree program, achieved academic excellence and actively participated in co-curricular or extracurricular activities.

A dinner was held in their honour last night March 14, 2013.

Read more http://www.unb.ca/excellence/shd2013.html

We wish to express our thanks to Ms. Natasha Ashfield for the distribution of this news item

Jocelyn  Fotso Soh
Left to right, back to front: Michael Stewart, Jennifer Petryshen, Jonah Tremblay, Lauren Somers, Jackson Wo, Carly Baxter, Joseph O’Kane, John Connell, Melissa Foster, Gillian Edwards, Jocelyn Soh, Monica MacDonald, Sarah Lyons, Meaghan Waugh, Ashley Savinov, Jessica Hanna. Missing from photo: Jakob Wildman-Sisk.

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