Nigerian student honoured with Governor General’s Academic medal in Canada

Nigerian student honoured with Governor General’s Academic medal in Canada

- A Nigerian man recently made the country proud after he received an academic gold medal in Canada

- Identified as Ifeanyi Nwachukwu, he received the medal for having the highest academic achievement in coursework completed for any doctoral degree

- Nwachukwu graduated from a Doctor of Philosophy in human nutritional sciences from the University of Manitoba

It is no news that Nigerians in diaspora often excel in almost every area they find themselves in, be it at work or in school and this story is no different.

Currently trending on social media is the achievement of a Nigerian man identified as Ifeanyi Nwachukwu, who recently received a gold medal for his academic achievements in Canada.

Nwachukwu was among the five graduating students of University of Manitoba in Canada, who were awarded the Governor General’s academic medals for their outstanding achievement at their level of study.

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Brilliant Nigerian student honoured with Governor General’s Academic medal in Canada

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Nwachukwu received the Gold Medal, which is awarded to a student with the highest academic achievement in coursework completed for any doctoral degree.

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Ifeanyi was also active in research and student activities, including serving as president of the Human Nutritional Sciences Graduate Students’ Association. He graduated with a Doctor of Philosophy in human nutritional sciences from the Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences in February, 2019.

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The expert said that decline was mostly noticeable among excellent students whose known good performance was affected.

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