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Another winning student team from the School of Accounting and Finance (SAF) will represent Ontario at the Americas Regional competition of the international CFA Institute Research Challenge.

Jill Campbell-Miller graduated with a PhD in History more than a year ago and now teaches at St. Mary’s University in Halifax. But here on campus, she is still celebrated for outstanding doctoral work

Professor Patricia Marino's book Moral Reasoning in a Pluralistic World makes philosophical thought about ordinary aspects of modern life clear and meaningful for any reader. In this interview with editor Mark Abley, she talks about the questions explored in the book.

Waterloo alumnus and nationally celebrated writer George Elliott Clarke adds Parliamentary Poet Laureate to his long and illustrious post-graduation track record. Announced recently, his two-year appointment with Canada’s Parliament is dedicated to the promotion of writing and reading poetry in English and French for all Canadians.  

Students looking to learn Arabic will soon be able to sign up for Canada’s only intensive Arabic language program. Renison University College will open the Arabic Summer Institute (ASI) in May, offering any student four- and eight-week program options for credit.

UWaterloo graduate students based at the Balsillie School of International Affairs (BSIA) will soon work with the federal government on research and analysis projects as part of their fellowships at Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI).