Considering graduate studies? Wondering if it's right for you?
On Tuesday November 12th, the Faculty of Applied Health Sciences (AHS) is offering a session to provide you with helpful information about graduate studies. We’ll discuss the benefits of graduate studies, career options with a graduate degree, funding options, the application process and the next steps toward pursuing a grad program. You'll also get to learn about the programs offered in AHS and research happening in our faculty.
Delicious food will be provided and there will be an opportunity to talk to faculty and grad students from the areas in AHS that interest you.
Join AHS alumni as they return to campus to share their experiences, offer career insight, and speak with you and your classmates about what to expect once you have graduated from Waterloo.
Professor Alex Mihailidis' research is focused on the development of intelligent home systems for elder care and wellness, and adaptive tools for nurses and clinical applications. Hosted by the Network for Aging Research, this second annual lecture is presented in honour of William Forbes, a pioneer in the field of gerontology and the founding director of the Gerontology program at the University of Waterloo.
Convocation is a special time for our graduates to celebrate their achievements with family and friends.
Graduating students from the Faculty of Applied Health Sciences are invited to join Dean Paul Stolee, professors, and staff to celebrate your achievements. Hear from an AHS alumnus, enjoy snacks and sweet treats, and cap it all off with a champagne toast!
Calling all 1B AHS co-op students: Come learn about how the co-op process
works so that you can start second year knowing what to expect!
Imagine having only 1 static slide and 3 minutes to explain the breadth and significance of your research to a non-specialist audience. The Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition challenges University of Waterloo research-based master's and doctoral students to do just that.
Join 29 AHS alumni as they return to campus to share their experiences, offer career insight, and speak with you and your classmates about what to expect once you have graduated from Waterloo.