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Matthew has had many great times, from studying in the law building to attending sport events in Detroit, but says the people made the experience.
The University of Windsor taught Bishwas to question everything and assume nothing.
Volunteer opportunities both on and off campus have allowed Erika the chance to network for future employment upon graduation.
Any degree should be supplemented with real life experiences, says Sasha, interacting with the people in your school and community, and giving back.
Rod says receiving the Dr. Sue Martin Award was the culmination of his journey from shy student to academic leader.
Working with experiential learning specialist Judy Bornais in the Nursing Simulation Lab has been invaluable to Heather’s development as a nurse.
UWindsor's greatest strength is its small size, says Ryan: “It's nice to walk through the hallways and be greeted by name by many of your professors.”
Students really need to take the initiative to join campus life, says Andy: “School is 10 times more enjoyable when you get involved.”
A social justice fellowship from Windsor Law allowed Reema to travel to Mumbai to work in the field of human rights law.
Tanya chose Windsor because of the degree flexibility, program choice and for the opportunity to work with a diverse and multicultural faculty.
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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