You @ Waterloo Day 2018
Future undergraduate students are invited to speak to professors, staff, and students about their program, take a campus tour, learn about residence, and discover many of the student services at Waterloo.
Beyond stigma: Increasing our understanding of workplace mental health
In today’s society, there remains a lack of awareness, and sometimes bias, regarding mental health problems. Employees are invited to join Ron Hallman from UWaterloo’s Employee & Family Assistance Program (EFAP), for a wellness session.
Discovery: A Comic Lament
A play about the Doctrine of Discovery, the legal framework that justifies theft of land and oppression of Indigenous Peoples. It finds unexpected humour at the crossroads of justice and land use and a glimpse into the absurdity of white settler oppression of Indigenous Peoples
Observatory Public Tours
Located on the roof of the Physics building, the Observatory offers monthly public tours. The tour begins with a 30-minute presentation about what can be seen in the night sky and how the telescope works, followed by a visit to the observatory dome. Meet in Physics Room 313.
Provincial Election Voting Day: Polls are open at Waterloo!
Take action and vote in the Provincial Election on June 7! There will be a polling station right on campus in the Multi-Purpose Room (MPR) in the Student Life Centre (SLC).