News archive - October 2022

Thursday, October 27, 2022

David Correa, James Clarke-Hicks and Isabel Ochoa to deliver keynote at BE-AM 2022

event poster

Waterloo professor David Correa, James Clarke-Hicks and Isabel Ochoa will deliver a keynote address at the 2022 BE-AM Symposium being held at Formnext in Frankfurt, Germany as well as being viewable via an online stream.

Wednesday, October 26, 2022

David Fortin recognized as top innovator

David Fortin

Waterloo School of Architecture professor Dr. David Fortin and Waterloo Engineering professor Dr. Tizazu Mekonnen have been named to a list of leading innovators by a national anti-racism organization.

The inaugural edition of Canada’s Top 20 Aspiring Innovators of the Year, released by the Coalition of Innovation Leaders Against Racism (CILAR), recognizes Black, Indigenous and People of Colour winners who are positively impacting their communities, the world and future generations through the innovation ecosystem.

Friday, October 21, 2022

WaterWoven: Living on the margins in the Roncador River region highlighted in Dezeen

architectural illustration

Dezeen School Shows has included Maria Luiza de Souza Oliveira Ottoni's thesis project WaterWoven: Living on the margins in the Roncador River region, Brazil alongside six student projects showcased on Dezeen School Shows that present design solutions to rising sea levels and flooding.

Thursday, October 20, 2022

Designing her world

Danielle Grabke

MArch student and recent BAS graduate Danielle Grabke was interviewed by the Waterloo News as part of their ongoing series of graduate profiles.

Read the full story here

Wednesday, October 12, 2022

Elizabeth English interviewed on CNBC

amphibious house on a lake

Professor Elizabeth English and her work as founder of the Buoyant Foundation Project was featured in a recent CNBC piece 'Amphibious houses and floating cities could protect coastal communities from sea-level rise'.

The piece profile's English's work alongside Bjarke Ingels' Oceanix City.

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