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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).

With the Paris climate change COP21 meetings about to start, Paul Cegys' Sustainability in Performance class is engaged in a two-part experiential project that both emulates and mocks - in a positive way - the talks and challenges.

French Studies research assistants Sarah Reilly and Monika Sosnowski are currently filming and starring in a new series of videos that help to disseminate research from L’Ontario français et ses premiers textes (Early Ontario French Narratives), a SSHRC-funded project led by Professor François Paré (French Studies). The videos are intended to deepen understanding of French Ontario history and its inseparable conne

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).

Children actually help entrepreneurial dads stay the course, but the gender difference starts to disappear when women get access to startup funds, says Waterloo economist.

Mompreneurship is a buzzword these days for mothers looking to re-enter the workforce—or those looking for a better way to balance work and family. But in Canada, children increase the likelihood that a woman will exit the entrepreneurial market by nearly 20 percent, while children help self-employed men stay the course.