Research from the Work-Learn Institute (WxL) identified three key factors for students working from home during the pandemic.
When the world turned upside down in 2020, a Waterloo Engineering student decided to take it upon himself to help people adapt to new surroundings.
The University of Waterloo looks to be an ally for change and to achieve the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SGDs) through teaching, work-integrated learning, research and partnerships.
The University of Waterloo’s Co-operative and Experiential Education’s (CEE) commitment to strengthening our employer and industry partnerships was front and centre during several events recently.
Waterloo’s Co-operative and Experiential Education’s (CEE) efforts to employ students as the economy recovers is featured in a number of articles on Waterloo News.
Anne-Marie Fannon has been recognized as the 2019 winner of the Co-operative Education and Work-Integrated Learning Canada (CEWIL) Volunteer Service Award for her incredible work in the WIL field.
The first-ever Global Charter for Co-op and Work-Integrated Education has been signed by more than 50 university and college presidents, education association executives and high-ranking government officials. The signing happened on August 6, 2019, as part of the 2019 WACE World Conference in at the University of Cincinnati.