Sufia Langevin awarded 3M Fellowship – Another Bishop’s student earns prestigious recognition

Sufia Langevin awarded 3M Fellowship – Another Bishop’s student earns prestigious recognition

Sufia LangevinSufia Langevin, a Secondary Education and Social Studies student at Bishop’s University, has been awarded the prestigious 3M National Student Fellowship.

The 3M National Student Fellowship recognizes up to ten full-time students at Canadian post-secondary institutions who have demonstrated outstanding leadership in their lives, at their post-secondary institution, and in their communities. These students embrace a vision of education that enhances their academic experience through leadership and community engagement.

The student native of Montréal was involved notably as Vice-President for Academic Affairs of the Students Representative Council (SRC) as well as serving as the SRC’s Equity representative. She co-chaired the Ad Hoc Consultation Committee from which the SRC EDI Committee was created, which she also co-chairs, and also co-chaired the Joint Senate and Board Task Force on Equity, Diversity and Inclusion. She has also been President of the Bishop’s Debate Society, and recipient of the Joan Stadelman Fellowship for Student Success.

Other recent recipients of this prize among Bishop’s students notably include Georges-Philippe Gadoury-Sansfaçon (2021), Maxim Jacques (2020), Ethan Pohl (2019), Chloé Soucy (2018) and Jason Earl (2015).

“Through her dedication to supporting student success and fostering equity, diversity and inclusion on campus, Sufia Langevin fully demonstrates the leadership qualities the 3M National Student Fellowship aims to reward on the institutional, community and personal levels, thus she completely deserves the honour and recognition conferred upon her through this distinction,” remarks Katie Bibbs, Academic Facilitator at Bishop’s University.



Olivier Bouffard
Communications Director
Bishop’s University
819 822-9600 ext. 2840