FAFS celebrated the commencement of 25 graduate and 111 undergraduate FAFS students (May 31 and June 1).
Graduating with an MS in Food Security, Kelvin Kimani, inspired fellow students and attendees at commencement saying: “At AUB, I had the opportunity and the fortune of being in one of the most amazing and academically demanding programs the Food Security Program. I am here because of this program, which taught and equipped me with skills that I hope to use in the future in Kenya, Sub-Saharan Africa, and throughout the world to alleviate poverty and feed hungry people.” Kimani added, "We will make a living by receiving from others, but we will make a life by giving to others. Let us, today, make a conscious decision to let our acquired education, skills, and experiences become a beacon of hope to humanity and those in need."
FAFS is honored to be a cornerstone of the future careers and ambitions of its graduates, and wishes them fruitful paths of exciting fulfillment. Chasing one’s dream requires effort and passion; FAFS students’ hard work will surely guide them to a bright future.