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Shortly after 34 students from Ukraine arrived at Waterloo last spring, they created a collection of photos to highlight the impacts of the war in their home country. “The main goal of this exhibition is to make people aware what's happening right now and show the spirit of Ukrainians,” says Halyna Padalko, a graduate student who travelled here from Kharkiv.

The Lupina Foundation Postdoctoral Research Fellows program is in its second year supporting bright researchers engaged in studies and solutions addressing the social determinants of health. The Faculty of Arts is now accepting applications for the 2023-24 Lupina Postdoctoral Fellows. Learn about the research programs of our 2022-23 fellows.

Dr. Effie Pereira has been announced as Waterloo’s 2022 Banting Postdoctoral Researcher by Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada and the Tri-Council funding bodies. Pereira is a cognitive scientist whose current research examines changing states of attention and its relation to cognitive performance and functioning.

The Government of Canada announced the newest Canada Research Chairs (CRC) including Dr. Naila Keleta-Mae of the Department of Communication Arts. As CRC in Race, Gender, and Performance, she leads a research-creation program that examines existing art and scholarship and creates new artistic work that will contribute to Black studies and Black expressive culture in Canada and the world.

Project Figleaf, co-led by Philosophy’s Jennifer Saul and the Stratford School’s Raymond Drainville, has been awarded funding in an international research partnership with artificial intelligence company Logically.

Wednesday, October 19, 2022

Celebrating our newest PhDs

A doctoral degree is the ultimate culmination of hard work and dedication. After countless hours attending seminars and conducting research, TA'ing or teaching courses and preparing a dissertation, our doctoral students are becoming doctoral graduates.

You might not have a name for it, but you’ve likely seen or experienced its impact. Femmephobia refers to the way society devalues and regulates femininity, or anything deemed feminine, whether expressed by women, nonbinary people or men. This insidious form of prejudice impacts everyone, regardless of gender or sexual orientation — but Dr. Rhea Ashley Hoskin aims to change all that.