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  1. Jan. 27, 2023Surviving the Persistence of Antisemitism
    logo, TVO's The Agenda

    Professor Robert Jan van Pelt joined host Steve Paikin and panelists Derek Penslar, the William Lee Frost Professor of Jewish History at Harvard University, and writer Dara Horn, author of "People Love Dead Jews: Reports from a Haunted Present;" on TVO's 'The Agenda' this past Wednesday.

  2. Jan. 19, 2023Waterloo team selected for Winter Stations
    architectural drawing

    A School of Architecture student project is among the winning entries for Toronto’s annual Winter Stations competition.

  3. Jan. 16, 2023Terri Meyer Boake recognized for lifetime achievement
    Terri Meyer Boake headshot

    Longtime professor Terri Meyer Boake, who earned two undergraduate degrees at Waterloo and has been a teacher at her alma mater since 1986, will be honoured by the American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC) at a conference in Charlotte, North Carolina in April.

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  1. Jan. 27, 2023Thesis Defence: Parastoo Varshosaz
    silhouette of a woman looking at a 3d printed sculpture

    Regulating Visual Connectivity and Light Modulation Through 3D-Printed Light Screens


  2. Jan. 27, 2023Thesis Defence: Esraa Saad
    three different views of a sculpture

    Thermal Walls: Enhancing Thermal Properties of Prefabricated Wall Systems with Additive Manufacturing


  3. Feb. 2, 2023The Role of an Elder
    William Woodworth seated among sumac bushes

    On Thursday, February 2, 2023 at 12:45pm in the Auditorium, Elder In Residence William Woodworth of the Bear Clan, Mohawk, Six Nations of the Grand River. will be speaking on the role and nature of a native Elder based on his experience with Chief Jacob Thomas, perhaps the most important Haudenosaunee Elder of the twentieth century.

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