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At UB, Ib was selected as a Hammonds Scholar on the basis of his strong academic credentials, ethical standards and dedication to success, and was offered a full scholarship for the duration of his undergraduate studies.
He was a member of the Helen P. Denit Honors Program, and in 2008, was certified as an Emerging Leader by the University's Rosenberg Center for Student Involvement after completing its "Emerging Leaders Certification Program."
Ib was involved in many extracurricular activities on campus. He was Vice President of Communications and Webmaster for the Student Events Board, IT Chair for the UB Chapter of Collegiate Entrepreneur's Organization (CEO Club), Senior Staff Writer for The UB Post—the university's student newspaper, and Peer Network Advisor for the Academic Resource Center.
He was inducted into Omicron Delta Kappa (ODK), National Leadership Honor Society—where he served on the Volunteers Committee, and Sigma Iota Epsilon, the National Honorary and Professional Management Fraternity.
Ib participated in several volunteer and community service activities, and was Team Leader during the 2009 Annual UB Community Service Day. He represented the University's Helen P. Denit Honors program and presented to honor students at the Community College of Baltimore County (Essex) in 2009, and that same year, was guest speaker at UB's Annual Scholarship Luncheon Celebration hosted by the University's President Robert L. Bogomolny.
Ib, featured in the UB Alumni Magazine, was Representative of the Senior Class to speak at the May 2009 UB Commencement Ceremony.
Shortly after arriving in the U.S. in 2004, Ib enrolled at Baltimore City Community College where his academic performance earned him a Citation of Distinguished Scholar a year later.
He was involved with campus and community service activities, and was a member of the college's International Students Club and Student Governance Board.
Ib was inducted into Phi Theta Kappa—International Honor Society of
two-year colleges and academic programs,
Kappa Beta Delta—International Honor Society for ACBSP Accredited Business
Programs, and also earned a place on The National Dean's List.
In summer 2006, he received a special invitation from the college's Interim President Dr. Richard M. Turner, III for a luncheon meeting, and in June 2007, represented BCCC students to meet and welcome the college's new President Dr. Carolane Williams.
Ib worked for the College's Disability Support Services Department as a Notetaker for students with disabilities.
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Last updated: Dec. 24, 2015
Ibrahim was a graduate student of mine at Towson University during the Spring 2012 semester, for the AIT600 Information Technology Infrastructure class. I found Ibrahim to be an excellent student who always greeted me with a positive and dedicated attitude in completing all of his assignments promptly, completely, and with the utmost professionalism. Ibrahim demonstrated great interpersonal skills when working with other students in class discussions and group projects. He demonstrated the ability to present information in a clear manner through oral class presentations, and in written assignments, both individually and group formats. I believe he will continue to excel in all courses and careers he chooses.
Congrats! You inspire me to do well in school. Love always.