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helpful students answer questionsParents Night will educate high school students and their families about science opportunities.

Event to showcase UWindsor science opportunities to parents and prospective students

An event next week at the University of Windsor offers high school students and their parents a chance to meet with science faculty and students.

Parents Night is hosted by the USci Network and the Faculty of Science to showcase the many opportunities the University of Windsor is able to offer science students. The event is open to all parents and prospective students and invites them to discover why UWindsor, with its faculty-to-student ration of 1:16, is the destination science program in Ontario.

“It is a great chance to learn more about the opportunities we have available in undergraduate research, service learning, and studying abroad,” says dean of science Chris Houser.

Current students and their parents are also encouraged to attend.

The event runs from 6 to 8 p.m., on Wednesday, March 20, in room 100 of the Toldo Health Education Centre. Free parking will be available in the Education Lot.

—Darko Milenkovic

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