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Dylan Verburg, Rajesh SethUWindsor engineering student Dylan Verburg and professor Rajesh Seth take samples from the water supply to New Delhi, the capital of India.

Engineering magazine profiles Windsor grad student

A magazine for the province’s engineers has profiled Dylan Verburg’s work to improve water quality in the Indian capital city of New Delhi.

Abdul Abdul, Jonathan Byensi, Damir Ferhatovic, Ankit Bhat, and Shreya PatkiSix engineering students will spend the summer in the United Kingdom improving their research skills in water treatment and renewable energy technologies: Abdul Abdul, Jonathan Byensi, Damir Ferhatovic, Ankit Bhat, and Shreya Patki (not pictured: Laura George).

Students to hone engineering skills during three-month stints in U.K.

Six engineering students will spend the summer in the U.K. improving their research skills in water treatment and renewable energy technologies.

maple leaf  tattooSwedish exchange student Ida Karlsson shows off the maple leaf she had tattooed on her wrist as a memento of her semester in Canada.

Exchange students send greeting to UWindsor friends

The time she spent at the University of Windsor was her “best semester yet,” says Ida Karlsson, an exchange student from Sweden’s Jönköping University. In addition to her classes in communication, media, and film, she enjoyed the opportunity to see more of the Americas, visiting Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal, New York City, Costa Rica, and Cuba.

As a memento of their Canadian adventures, Karlsson and some of her exchange friends now sport maple leaf tattoos on their wrists.