News for Alumni

Tuesday, June 15, 2021

Congratulations to our newest PhDs!

group of PhD graduates sitting at convocation

Completing a doctoral degree is an incredible accomplishment and academic milestone. Countless hours attending seminars, writing exams, TAing, RAing, teaching courses, conducting research and participating in the dissertation defense have led to this exciting moment—degree completion. On behalf of the Faculty of Arts, congratulations to our newest cohort of Doctors of Philosophy!

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. 

Monday, February 1, 2021

Arts graduate students are 2021 GRADFlix champs

Glad flix logo image of clapboard

Big congrats to four Arts graduate students whose short research videos made the 2021 GRADFlix finals. That's not all. During last week's livestreamed Showcase of the top 25 video submissions from across the University, the top three winners include two of our students: Anna Murynka (MA candidate, Psychology) took first place for her video “Mediums for self-help" and Ben Szoller (PhD candidate, Religious Studies) placed third for his video “Catholic social and ecological teaching in Canadian farming communities.”

Wednesday, December 16, 2020

Canada Research Chairs will advance equity and justice in two key areas of Canadian society

Logan MacDonal and Alana Cattapan

The Government of Canada has just announced the newest group of Canada Research Chairs (CRC), including two from Waterloo’s Faculty of Arts. Alana Cattapan, a professor in Political Science, is a tier two CRC in The Politics of Reproduction. Logan MacDonald, a professor in Fine Arts, is a tier two CRC in Indigenous Art. Congratulations to both outstanding scholars on their distinguished career achievement!

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