Using technology to help humans flourish
Opinion: Prioritizing purpose and values over moving fast and breaking things when it comes to new technology
Knowing our history to know ourselves
Opinion: Weaving knowledges through fundamental research in the arts, humanities and social sciences
From a hashtag to real social impact
Dr. Naila Keleta-Mae champions #BlackAndFree project with private and public sector partnerships to support Black artists
Grade 10 Information Night
Grade 10 students thinking about university are invited (along with their supporters) to an information session on admission requirements, financing their education, and advice on how to get started preparing for university. Join us online or on campus.
What Were You Wearing? Survivor Art Installation
The Sexual Violence Prevention & Response Office (SVPRO), in partnership with the Sexual Assault Support Centre of Waterloo Region (SASC) is once again bringing the What Were You Wearing on? Survivor Art Installation to UWaterloo on Tues Feb 27 – Wed Feb 28. The exhibit is based on student-survivor descriptions of the clothing they were wearing when they experienced sexual violence.
2024 TD Walter Bean Public Lecture
Dr. Denis Aheto will discuss a holistic approach to caring for the world’s oceans, lakes and rivers. Using examples from African countries, he will explore how the global community can transform the challenges facing our oceans into opportunities for growth to bolster sustainable development and stimulate socioeconomic transformation.