Psychology professor and founder and chief principal investigator of the International Tobacco Control Policy Evaluation Project among 12 Waterloo researchers to make the list.
The Faculty of Arts is very proud to share that Dr. Sara A. Hart will hold the Canada Excellence Research Chair (CERC) in Developmental Science, based in the Department of Psychology. Hart is an expert in developmental psychology who is at the forefront of using precision education to understand how and why some children struggle to learn to read and do math.
Aliya McNeil’s accomplishments during her master’s in clinical psychology secured her place as a Vanier Scholar
Earning a PhD is an outstanding achievement that reflects dedication and countless hours of work, from attending classes and conducting research to teaching and writing papers. The work done by PhD graduates from the Faculty of Arts demonstrates that their studies aren't confined to books; they're geared towards making a difference in society.
The Arts Quad was filled with good vibes, solidarity and advocacy at The Urgency of Social Justice event on September 20. Presented by the Gender and Social Justice program, students, staff, faculty, and community members gathered to build awareness and strengthen support for social justice activities on campus and off.
The Faculty of Arts is delighted to announce the 2023 recipients of our annual alumni awards, Chris Williams (BA ’91 Fine Arts) and Sara J. Cumming (PhD ’14 Sociology).
Congratulations to three Faculty of Arts members who have been elected to the Royal Society of Canada’s College of New Scholars, Scientists and Artists: Dr. Igor Grossmann (Psychology), Dr. Naila Keleta-Mae (Communication Arts), and Dr. Nicole Nolette (French Studies).
Just announced by the Government of Canada, Dr. Lai-Tze Fan's CRC program of research encourages and enhances equity, diversity, and inclusion in AI design and will help to improve technological literacy.
In a recent TEDxCambridge talk entitled What Boredom Teaches Us, Dr. James Danckert (Psychology) shares his research insights on how adaptive approaches to boredom can help us lead fuller lives.
Dr. Colin MacLeod, Distinguished Professor Emeritus from the Department of Psychology, has received the 2023 Clifford T. Morgan Distinguished Leadership Award from the Psychonomic Society, the major international organization for cognitive psychology.