Co-curated by Jane Tingley, professor in the Department of Fine Arts, INTERACTION is an exhibition that explores how Canadian artists and designers are engaging the public through interactivity. The presented works are both material art objects as well as interactive systems that are designed to be realized by an active viewer, one that co-creates, participates, and engages rather than passively consuming media.
Presented in partnership by the Stratford Public Library and the University of Waterloo Stratford Campus: Six Big Ideas to Improve Health Care for All Canadians. Canada’s health care system was built on a promise we can all be proud of: the promise of access to services based on need, rather than the ability to pay. We can continue to be proud of that promise, but to deliver on it, health care needs to be improved. Dr. Danielle Martin will walk us through ways of doing just that.
University of Waterloo's Global Engagement Seminar Program is pleased to invite you to the Global Populism and Democratic Futures Summit on March 28 at 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM and March 29 from 11:30 AM to 8:00 PM.
Stratford Campus is celebrating student talents and accomplishments in their most exciting Project Showcase yet! Meet students, mingle with Stratford faculty, industry, and community partners, and see the incredible work developed by students and their mentors at the Stratford Campus.
The Office of Research presents the next Research Talks lunchtime panel event with Haudenosaunee member of the Grand River territory, Kelly Davis, opening the session. The speakers will present perspectives on Indigenous knowledge, history, and research for Waterloo staff, faculty, and students.
The Network for Aging Research presents a special lecture by Dr. Anne Martin-Matthews, Acting Vice-President, Research, Knowledge Translation and Ethics at the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR). This inaugural lecture is being given in honour of Dr. William Forbes, a pioneer in the field of gerontology and the founding Director of the Gerontology program at the University of Waterloo, Canada’s first English-language graduate program in Gerontology.
The Department of History Speaker Series presents Dagomar Degroot, assistant professor of history at Georgetown University, speaking on his new book, The Frigid Golden Age. Specifically he will talk about “Coping with Climate Change in the Seventeenth Century.”
Join Conrad Grebel University College as they celebrate 40 years of peace education, with a keynote address by the Hon. Bob Rae. In 1977, an academic concentration in Peace and Conflict Studies was formally launched at the University of Waterloo.