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SESM is proud to present our prominent alumni of a diverse group of individuals who cover the entire globe. Our graduates include :
Farzana completed her B.Sc. in Environmental Science in 2017 from Independent University Bangladesh as a Cum Laude. She was a core member of both Green Planet Club and Independent University Bangladesh Debate Club. She was nominated for 'Future Leaders of Tomorrow' under the category of university students at 'Inspiring Women' event arranged by Bangladesh Brand Forum in 2015. After graduation she worked with the ISO Tech Group as a Junior Environmental Specialist . Farzana is currently pursuing her M.Sc. in Environmental Science in Southeast Missouri State University in Missouri, USA with 100% scholarship. She is working on a research thesis project based on Hydroclimatology.
Sharazad Hassan completed her BSc in Environmental Science from SESM in 2019. She is currently pursuing her Masters on Environmental Leadership and Management at the University of Nottingham, United Kingdom with a 100% Developing Solutions Scholarship. Sharazad has received academic awards in IUB for outstanding results for two consecutive years and served as the Core Body Member of Green Planet Club, IUB and was the founding President of IUB Korean Club.
Yasif Hasan has been working with the Red Cross since he graduated from SESM. He started working with the International Federation and is now with the American Red Cross as a Program Officer. Yasif is based in Dhaka and he has been promoting coastal disaster preparedness through working with multiple vulnerable coastal communities, government and the CPP. After the recent influx of population from Rakhine, the Red Cross was one of the first ones to reach with disaster risk reduction support. Yasif's work includes program monitoring and evaluation, program designing and program management. He is the focal point for Information Management and Forecast based Actions for American Red Cross. Yasif is also a trained member of the National Disaster Response Team. In addition to his full-time job, Yasif is also pursuing a Masters in Disaster Management from University of Dhaka with a thesis focusing on Pond Sand Filters in coastal communities of Bangladesh.
Yasif can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
Adeeba Nuraina Risha completed her BSc in Environmental Science in 2019. Following her graduation she applied for a master’s programme on Environmental Leadership and Management at the University of Nottingham, United Kingdom. Nottingham University is ranked 76th in the world rankings and Adeeba received a 100% scholarship under their flagship scholarship, Developing Solutions Scholarship. She received Academic Awards in IUB for outstanding results for two consecutive years and served as the Public Relations Director of Green Planet Club, IUB.
Saikat Tanu completed his B.Sc. in Environmental Science in 2017 from Independent University, Bangladesh(IUB) and completed his M.Sc. in GIS for Environment and Development from Jahangirnagar University. Saikat currently works as an Information Management Officer in Danish Refugee Council(DRC), Bangladesh. Danish Refugee Council (DRC) is the largest humanitarian organization in Denmark working in more than 40 countries around the world and ranked as 3rd world’s best NGO. He has also worked with several International NGO and Research Organisation like WorldFish, Practical Action, TU Dresden-Germany. Also he got 100% scholarship from Bangladesh Government-LICT Program which was conducted by George Washington University, USA. He has a passion for photography and has participated in national and international exhibitions. One of his photographs has been published in Lonely Planet - the largest travel book guide in the world.
Saikat can be contacted at email@example.com"
As part of my studies we had to go to village and stay with rural people for a three week immersive field research program. When doing that I fell in love with Bangladeshi villages and our rural folk. I also felt very strongly this urge to do something to improve the dismal quality of services people have access to, especially in healthcare.
The diversity of wildlife in Bangladesh is remarkable. Our diversity is a part of us; it's not a luxury we have