The School of Architecture is home to many innovative and creative students. In addition to their studies, Waterloo Architecture students are constantly going above and beyond, creating their own personal projects and initiatives. The following websites are just a sample of some of the great work being done by our students.
"Founded in 2012, BRIDGE Waterloo Architecture is an organization that engages the students of the University of Waterloo School of Architecture, the University of Waterloo itself, and the community of Cambridge through both a digital and physical presence in the promotion of architecture and design. As a completely inclusive and transparent organization, BRIDGE Waterloo Architecture invites students, faculty, staff, and community members to get involved by contacting email@example.com."
Retrieved from: http://waterlooarchitecture.com/bridge/about/
The Society of Waterloo Architecture Graduates (SWAG) is the official representative body for all graduate architecture students at the University of Waterloo. We serve our students by working with administration, holding seats on committees, and performing other administrative duties. In addition, SWAG acts to stimulate social, intellectual, and political contact among its members.
SWAG is a student run, not-for-profit organization whose membership consists of the graduate students of the School of Architecture. We actively promote and represent graduate student interests to the university administration and various levels of government. Our efforts focus on issues such as student funding, working conditions, academic regulations, and University services.
SWAG offers financial support towards events organized by grad student organizations and initiatives. SWAG is also a partner in organizing the annual Graduate Student Research Conference at the main campus.
If you have any questions, or would like to get in touch, please contact us at our general email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Co-Presidents: Kelsey Malott & Winston Yew
Treasurer: Steven Lin
MB Representatives: Florence Ma & Meryem Chahboun
CASA Representative: Sean Quach
WASA Liason: Kelley Gu
Event Coordinators: Winona Li & Jane Hung
TA/RA Representative: Mitchell Martyn
GSA Liason: Marco Chow
The Sustainability Collective is an open group of students, faculty, and staff dedicated to addressing how we can implement meaningful and lasting change in our school, community, and profession.
In our school we act on two fronts: the first is in academics, where we create and advocate for a curriculum centred around greater environmental, social, and political responsibility as architects. The second is in the occupation of our school building. We will improve waste management, raise awareness of best practices, and design new ways for students to use and re-use materials within the architectural education process.
In our community we will connect with local movements and activists working toward sustainability as well as other student initiatives within the University and across Canada working toward similar goals. Through resource sharing and offering our design skills, we can expand the Collective into a powerful force for change.
In our profession we seek to encourage new discussions and ideas about the future of buildings and cities in a world of ecological and social justice. We produce writing, invite speakers, host discussions, and fund sustainably oriented conference participation.
galt. publication is a student-run, peer-reviewed journal dedicated to publishing student work in the context of the larger architectural scene. The publication brings together the voices of students at the University of Waterloo School of Architecture (UWSA) with a larger community of students, schools, designers, activists, professionals, and academics through the publication of print, and digital, media. galt. publication uses an annual theme to curate a collection of projects, essays, artworks and interviews around topics important to young architectural designers and thinkers. The editorial team collaborates continually to shape each submission as a part of a larger narrative and a larger discussion. At its core, the identity of galt. publication is one of an independent editorial team that actively engages with architectural discourse.
F_RMlab is an open collective of graduate and undergraduate students situated at the University of Waterloo School of Architecture. F_RMlab exists to provide an ongoing platform for peer-peer learning and collaboration. We specifically engage with computational design tools and alternative methods of digital fabrication as means to explore the potential of interactive art and architecture. Furthermore, we believe that it is important to ground the process of collaborative design and experimentation in real-world projects.Contact information
MAP – Mentorship for Architecture Peers
Group Description: MAP is a mentorship based program that connects incoming and junior students with knowledgeable upper year and masters students for the purpose of learning and support. Architecture school can be a tremendously fun and exciting experience, but it can also be very stressful at times. MAP recognizes this and provides an opportunity to learn from your peers and receive guidance from students who are familiar with the academic and social environment of UWSA. This term MAP is pivoting away from its past group mentorship format and towards an informal contact model. Please see the MAP mentors poster for a list of current mentors including their interests, areas of research and contact information. Any student seeking an answer to a UWSA related question, some academic guidance or someone to chat with about their school experience can reach out to any of the mentors within their listed availability. MAP looks forward to welcoming incoming students and chatting with current ones so please don’t hesitate to reach out!
MAP email: email@example.com
The Waterloo Architecture Students Association (WASA) meets weekly. WASA is the undergraduate student union elected to represent all undergraduate architecture students. They tackle every issue from tuition policy to campus safety. WASA hosts many exciting events for students every term, as well as run a number of small and student-focused services on campus. Organized by: Waterloo Architecture Students Association (WASA) Attending Notes If you would like to raise a concern, start a discussion or propose an event to your student representatives, please reach out to the contact listed below to gain access to the meeting.
This link will take you to a list of "Our People"
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Contact Info firstname.lastname@example.org
We are a group of Christians at the University of Waterloo School of Architecture who meet to explore what it means to follow Jesus. We meet regularly to learn more about Him through Bible study and discussions, as well as to encourage, pray for, and share life with one another. People of all spiritual backgrounds are welcome!
Find our Facebook Group: @Waterloo Architecture Christian Fellowship https://www.facebook.com/groups/212898742113596
Feel free to reach out to our organisers:
WAUHAUS is a student run grouply meetup where participants have the opportunity to participate in short 1-2 hours design charrettes and tutorials. We at WAUHAUS want to give students an opportunity to learn and practice new skills of design and representation in a setting that brings together many different creative disciplines. The group meets every Saturday at 4pm and often has a brief tutorial before the design challenge to cover new software or a piece of architectural history significant to that day’s activity.