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My name is Dr. Rabia Said. From time to time, I will be writing on several topics that are aimed at encouraging and advancing opportunities for everyone, particularly the less-privileged. While I will be writing on general issues affecting us all today as we live our lives in a very challenging world, I will be focusing a lot on the areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) and how we can harness and preserve our scarce resources to expand opportunities for all, and improve our lives. I ask that you kindly join my blog by following it.

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Rabia S. Sa'id, PhD
  • Associate Professor of Physics
    Bayero University, Kano, Nigeria
  • Personal Website: http://www.rabiasaid.org
  • Email: rabia at rabiasaid.org
    Please remember to use the correct format of email, with the @ sign and no spaces. It was written this way to prevent those nasty spambots from harvesting the email address.
  • Ford Foundation International Fellow (2002)
  • Fellow of the African Scientific Institute (2013)
  • OWSD/ Elsevier Foundation Award in Physics (2015)

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  1. Well done professor

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    1. Thank you so much. Together, we can. Counting on your support and encouragement.

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    2. Glad to connect with you here Ma'am.

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    1. Thank you. Counting on your support. Please hit the follow button

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  3. I'M VERY DELIGHTED JOINING THIS FRUITFUL JOURNEY.

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  4. I'm glad to join. I'm looking forward to the readings

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  5. My mentor Ellen Videbeck has suggested that I join this blog and I'm glad she did. I will come back here often. We all need black women we can look up to. Thanks for your work and thanks to Ellen.

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  6. Done already. Thanks Ms. Videbeck for inviting me here. What a great, inspiring lady from Africa, my motherland. Yes, We Can!

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  7. An auspicious beginning, Prof. Best wishes.

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  8. Ellen brought me here. I can do it too.

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  9. I'm delighted to be here tapping from your wealth of knowledge my Prof.
    May the Almighty continue strengthening your effort Ma.

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