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Tuesday, July 23, 2019

Multi-million-dollar medievalists: interdisciplinary project digs into climate and culture of late Middle Ages

Herstmonceux medieval castle

Professor of medieval history Steven Bednarski leads a seven-year, $2.5 millon SSHRC Partnership-funded project with an interdisciplinary team of 30 Waterloo experts and numerous external partners, including Queen's University's Bader International Study Centre (BISC) at Herstmonceux Castle.

Tuesday, July 2, 2019

Understanding new ways to communicate science online

 Abstract bubbles and web

Professor Ashley Rose Mehlenbacher studies how science communication online enables scientists and citizens to engage in new and accessible ways.

Friday, June 28, 2019

GBDA Students win funding for social venture to reduce reliance on plastics

The winning team of students

A team of Global Business and Digital Arts students developed Virtuous Waste, an alternative to plastic packaging made of seaweed. Their winning solution at World Vision Social Innovation Challenge will receive $25,000 in funding.

Thursday, May 16, 2019

Political Science researcher says disinformation campaigns are not as threatening as you think

Alexander Lanoszka

When foreign powers try to interfere with the politics of another country by spreading strategic disinformation, there is no real effect on policies or the balance of power in the targeted country, according to research by Professor Alexander Lanoszka.

Friday, May 3, 2019

Why is Aimée Morrison in a movie talking about assholes?

Aimee Morrison

Who knew that a Waterloo Arts prof would co-star in a film on assholery with retired python John Cleese? “So far as I know, I’m not the titular asshole,” says Professor Aimée Morrison, who premiered on the big screen at this year’s Hot Docs festival—along with Cleese and other observers featured in the new documentary, Assholes: A Theory.

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