7 Melville Street South
Cambridge, Ontario, Canada
The Witch’s House: Designing the house of the witch as a process of deconstructing an authority and invoking a feminist resistance.
A Guide for Foreign Trained Newcomer Architects | Identifying barriers to re-licensure in Canada
Redefining the Classroom: Incorporating Sensory Cognizant Design Strategies
SOCIOCULTURALLY FOCUSED RECLAMATION: Reimagining the Post-extraction Landscape of Giant Mine
A Classification System for Public Space Design in Wide Seasonal Range (WiSR) Cities
Future students are invited to join us for a Waterloo Admissions Webinar to ask questions and learn everything you need to know about applying to the School of Architecture at the University of Waterloo!
Presenters will include Admissions Chair Rick Andrighetti and Undergraduate Coordinator Donna Woolcott.
Join us Saturday, November 7 to learn more about the School of Architecture! Check out presentations throughout the day and ask questions to students, faculty and staff.
The Architecture of Bathing: Body, Landscape, Art by Christie Pearson (MIT Press, 2020) seeks to expand architectural discourse critically and creatively, bridge audiences, and encourage dialogue between fields. This is the first book to examine traditional and contemporary communal bathing cultures globally from the perspective of art, architecture and landscape.
Please join us on Saturday, October 24th at 2pm for our Virtual Convocation Celebration. Earlier that day, graduating students will also receive a personalized video from the President which includes remarks from the Dean and Valedictorian.
This full-day conference for first and upper-year engineer students will showcase a variety of guest speakers and workshops focused on helping participants navigate through both student life and career preparation. From planning out your next four years in undergrad to learning what to expect when you enter the workforce, this conference will help you gain the skills and knowledge needed to achieve your goals with confidence.
Eleven members of the BAS graduating class of 2010 return to share their stories with current students – eleven extremely diverse routes to success that will help you understand a great deal about what your future looks like.
If you are thinking about graduate school, this is your opportunity to connect with representatives from Canada's top engineering schools! Learn how a graduate degree can move your career forward!
Connect with Canada’s leading engineering schools at the upcoming Canadian Graduate Engineering Consortium (CGEC) Virtual Fair.