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Friday, June 26, 2015

Arts courses tackle gender issues from all angles

Beyonce on stage with the word 'Feminist' in lights

“The public is not presently well-served by either the popular media or the science media when it comes to issues around gender,” says Shannon Dea, Director of Women’s Studies and Associate Professor of Philosophy. “Because the effects of gender are so pervasive, we need to be able to examine them from a range of perspectives.”

Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Henry the Sixth, Part One: 32 years of bloodied British history on stage

actor in sword fight

Opening in Theatre of the Arts this Friday, the University of Waterloo's production of Henry the Sixth, Part One is a work of research-in-performance exploring casting innovations, direct audience address and a sophisticated approach to stage combat in this challenging, fulfilling play.

Monday, June 15, 2015

Three more Early Researcher Awards support innovative Arts scholarship

Ian Milligan

This Faculty is practically on fire when it comes to federal and provincial research grants. Warm congratulations go to Ian Milligan (History), Evan Risko (Psychology), and David-Antoine Williams (St. Jerome’s/English), who have each won a 2015 Early Researcher Award (ERA).

Friday, June 12, 2015

Remarkable achievements and a world of opportunities

students at graduation

As Arts Alumni, you have developed a skillset that will serve you the rest of your lives. Your ability to think abstractly. To communicate. To build social and cultural bridges. You have these skills, and a world filled with opportunities and challenges waiting for you to tackle."

- Feridun Hamdullahpur, President and Vice-Chancellor speaking to graduands

Thursday, June 11, 2015

Faculty of Arts launches Arts 101 - Incoming Student Web Resource

Arts 101 website homepage

The arrival of new students is fast approaching and the Faculty of Arts is ready.

“We know students have a lot of questions about starting university and there are several required steps students need to take over the summer months,” explains Stephanie Bromley, Student Engagement Officer for the Faculty of Arts. “Arts has always taken a hands-on approach with regard to course selection and summer transition for our new students, and this year, we are expanding our efforts.”

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