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Dina Sabie

University of Toronto
PhD student / Research Assistant
Toronto, Canada
I am a PhD student and a graduate research assistant at the University of Toronto. I received a H.B.Sc. from the University of Toronto in 2011 double majoring in Architectural Studies (Design) and Computer Science. I completed my Professional Master of Architecture in 2015 at the University of Toronto where my research focused on identifying better practices for designing future refugee camps. My graduation thesis won the best thesis award at the faculty and was nominated for national award too. I am currently pursuing PhD in Computer Science at the University of Toronto under the supervision of Professor Ishtiaque Ahmed. My research aims to understand the challenges, and design computational support that can help refugees integrate faster and better into their new communities.

I decided to use the interpersonal skills I have accumulated over the years to help newcomers in my city. Hence, I obtained two certificates in refugee sponsorship from Immigration Canada and, since 2015, I have been a refugee immigration adviser, interpreter and integration trainer for refugees.