A webinar March 22 will discuss policy changes affecting international students.
The ISC Cultural Series will present brown-bag lunch sessions on the cultures of countries home to the university’s students.
A workshop Friday demonstrated recipes and techniques for plant-based dishes and meals.
A delegation to the conference of the Canadian Bureau for International Education brought back ideas to improve the UWindsor student experience.
A free public presentation Oct. 29 in the International Student Centre will discuss the culture of the world’s most populous country, China.
Mandarin 101, an eight-week introduction to the Chinese language, will run Tuesday and Thursday evenings beginning June 4.
The International Student Centre will screen World Cup games on its big-screen television.
The Host for the Holidays program introduces international students to Canadian traditions of Thanksgiving.