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Whether he knows it or not, accounting professor Jim Stevens has truly shaped Josh’s future aspirations.
A clerkship with the Supreme Court of the Northwest Territories provided Cheryl-Anne with unique insight into the life and culture of Northern Canada.
Kazuo first became interested in became interested in earth sciences as a Boy Scout in his native Japan.
Laura Ruth Colling
Laura Ruth says she can’t wait to cross the stage on June 16: “the St. Denis Centre is going to be a jam-packed gym of achievement.”
Iuliia hopes to find a teaching position and apply everything she learned during her studies in the Faculty of Education.
Brittany Dianne Fish
Windsor Law’s access to justice theme was an ideal fit with her interest in Aboriginal rights, says Brittany.
Everyone has a story, says Travis. His studies in nursing have made him more tolerant.
Tim says the University of Windsor has given him real world experience that can be applied the world over or right here in Essex County.
Matthew says his movement science degree helped to prepare him for the medical education he will pursue in Ireland this fall.
Melanie says she was inspired by her professor Kenji Kenno’s vast amount of knowledge and understanding in his field.
Fresh off the plane in Athens, Davydd says his training and experiences at the University of Windsor allow him to feel confident in his abilities.
Take advantage of all opportunities that are placed in front of you, says Nadine: “You will meet awesome people and experience amazing things.”
A co-op term with IBM has led to a full-time job with the company as a developer, giving Samer a chance to work with cool technologies.
Although Katrina wasn’t originally planning to attend the University of Windsor, one visit was all it took to change her mind, she recalls.
The music building came to feel like a second home for Joanna, with its warmth and support from faculty and fellow students.
A working mother of three, Tracey says going back to school was a challenge, but support from the program, professors and staff made it easier.
Field placement experiences in elementary schools gave Cassie the opportunity to practice carrying out the role of a classroom teacher.
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