Tuesday 13 December 2016, PR. Afioga Seumanutafa Dr Malcolm Hazelman donated to the National University of Samoa (NUS), a prize consisting of a handcrafted plaque and $300 cash. The prize was for the top all-rounder NUS Horticulture student. Dr Hazelman stated that the prize would be offered annually for 5 years.  The $300 cash prize, according to Dr Hazelman, is to help kick start the top student’s vegetable garden.  The Deputy Vice Chancellor for Academic and Research, Peseta Dr Desmond Lee Hang accepted the prize on behalf of the University, and thanked Dr Hazelman for his generosity and support of the Horticulture programme. 

Caption: Seumanutafa Dr Malcolm Hazelman donates prize for Top All RoundHorticulture Student to NUS, receiving the prize is

DVC (AR) Peseta Dr Desmond Lee Hang

 

 

 

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