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Ideas and actions

The Faculty of Arts is a dynamic community of students, faculty and staff working in and across the humanities, social sciences and creative arts. Our ideas and actions are propelled by curiosity, creativity, and a deep commitment to contribute to a better world.

  1. Jan. 13, 2017Do skyscrapers stress you out? Cityscape

    Psychology doctoral candidate Robin Mazumder examines how urban areas affect our physical and mental health.

  2. Jan. 12, 2017Graduate students present research insights to Global Affairs Canadagraduate students studying in seminar

    The Balsillie School's Turbulent Present, Uncertain Future maps global trends and recommendations for adaptive foreign policy.

  3. Dec. 14, 2016Responding to change: Grad student finds solidarity in climate actions at COP22Masroora Haque

    Just as Donald Trump, a climate change denier, was elected the next US president, Waterloo student Masroora Haque was in Marrakech for COP22 - the Conference of Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change – joining negotiations on action plans for the Paris Agreement.

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  1. Jan. 18, 2017Healthy City Panel DiscussionRobin Mazumder

    Join Psychology doctoral candidate and Kitchener Public Library guest librarian Robin Mazumder for a discussion on how cities contribute to our health. We’ll hear from experts in the field and have a discussion on ways we can make Kitchener a vibrant, healthy and happy city. Panelists include Dr. Colin Ellard (University of Waterloo, Psychology), Dr. Leia Minaker (University of Waterloo, Planning) and Rod Regier, Commissioner of Planning, Development and Legislative Services for the Region of Waterloo. Come with ideas and an open mind!

  2. Jan. 19, 2017HeForShe Student Meet & Greetstudent smile holding HeforShe signs

    Arts HeForShe is hosting a Meet & Greet. Come by to learn more about the campaign, with free food and an opportunity to meet fellow HeForShe supporters both in Arts and around campus!  All are welcome.

  3. Jan. 25, 2017Tesatawiyat (Come In) photography exhibitposter for event with photo of indigenous couple

    Conrad Grebel University College and Waterloo Aboriginal Education Centre present a community photography project led by Bryce Kanbara and photographer Mina Ao, with members of the Aboriginal community in the Hamilton area sharing their stories in their homes.

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