Class of 2020: KaushalSunil Shroff

Cold weather was challenge for India native; friends, experiences made the difference
​Jerry Poling | April 28, 2020

Name: KaushalSunil Shroff
Hometown: Mumbai, India
Major: M.S. food and nutritional sciences

Involvement: International Club, North Point Dining and Memorial Student Center employee

What is the biggest challenge you’ve faced in earning your degree? Well, doing my MS here at UW-Stout has been a great challenge for me because this university comes under the state of extreme high winter, and that was one of the biggest challenges to deal with. Other than that, I think it was all a good experience, learning from my professors and managing my studies, projects and activities.

What will you appreciate most about your UW-Stout experience? The people of Menomonie, the new American buddies that I made and with whom I’m still in close contact. I think what I’ll remember the most will be the experience of staying in Red Cedar Hall. It was one of the best experiences of my whole life.

What’s next in your life? I’ll be grabbing some experience working in the food and beverage industry.

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