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Friday, June 3, 2022

Congratulations to our newest PhDs!

PhD graduate with family

A doctoral degree is the ultimate culmination of hard work and dedication. From countless hours attending seminars and conducting research, to TA'ing courses and preparing a dissertation, our PhD students have shown grit and determination from the outset. While the pandemic may have impacted the way research and courses were conducted, it cannot take away from the monumental accomplishment of completing a doctoral degree.

Thursday, June 2, 2022

Celebrating class of 2022 Bachelors of Arts

gold medal held by blue lab gloves

This Spring Convocation the Faculty of Arts proudly celebrates our undergraduate class of 2022, who represent the vast majority of graduands walking across the convocation stage. As part of our multiple celebrations of grads and honourees, we warmly congratulate the distinguished Arts undergraduates receiving special awards and honours.

Monday, June 14, 2021

Celebrating class of 2021 Bachelors of Arts

Convocation stage and audience

This week the Faculty of Arts proudly celebrates our undergraduate class of 2021 who will receive a total 1,354 bachelor's degrees, diplomas and certificates on Saturday, June 19, during our virtual convocation ceremony. As part of our celebrations, we warmly congratulate the distinguished undergraduates receiving special awards and honours. 

Wednesday, November 4, 2020

Top-ranked Psychology shines at this week’s student mental health conference

Building from bird's eye view

Part of Waterloo’s Thrive Week, the inaugural Virtual Conference on Student Mental Health Research includes discussion and research presentations by students, staff and faculty. Not surprisingly, many presenters are from the Department of Psychology and the Centre for Mental Health Research and Treatment (CMHRT).

Friday, August 28, 2020

Will our kids be alright? Three researchers respond

kids with backpacks walking into school

How will the disruptions of 2020 affect children, their development and schooling? Professors Janice Aurini (Sociology and Legal Studies), Dillon Browne (Psychology) and Kristina Llewellyn (Social Development Studies) joined this online community lecture moderated by Sheila Ager, Dean of Arts, to explore social and developmental consequences and how we can avoid exacerbating the effects of the global pandemic. Watch the full event.

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