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Students, Chaperones Spend Spring Break in Mexico

Students, chaperones spend Spring Break in Mexico Thirteen students and two chaperones Joseph E. Leblanc, instructor of physics, and Joseph A. Tavani, industry internship specialist for the School of Transportation Technology spent Spring Break (March 6-14) on a study abroad program at the Instituto Tecnologico de Estudientes Superiores de Monterrey in Toluca, Mexico. The group worked on refining the design of a Baja vehicle and participated in a race with the vehicle on which they worked. They also saw cultural sites such as Teotihuacan and Mexico City. Photo and information provided by the International Programs Office

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