Two members of the UWindsor community will discuss the customs, traditions, and geography of India in a free lunchtime presentation Wednesday, March 4.
International student recruitment co-ordinator Romi Saraswat and Vishnu Sreekala Gopal, a master’s student of engineering, will provide an overview of the country, some well-known and some lesser-known nuances of its culture, demographics of Indo-Canadian immigration, and tips to better understand and communicate with Indian students during the brown bag lunch event.
The session will run 12:10 to 12:50 p.m. in room 204, Laurier Hall. Attendees are welcome to bring a lunch. Space is limited; click here to register and reserve a spot.
It’s one in a series hosted by the International Student Centre; the ISC Cultural Series aims to introduce campus audiences to the lands which are home to students. It will continue with social work professor Wansoo Park on Korea March 25 and international student advisor Deena Wang and student Bowen Feng on China April 16.