Wednesday, June 19, 2019

Inspiring and equipping changemakers

Over 90 students have had paid employment with participants in the Kindred Credit Union Centre for Peace Advancement. These placements not only build important skills and abilities, they provide invaluable pathways into high-impact positions. Placements with participants in our Centre can open doors by making the right connections with important networks, and help mentor students in their next steps – whether academically or professionally.

Tuesday, May 28, 2019

The X Page: A Storytelling Workshop

X Page

This past weekend, 250 people had the opportunity to hear stories of isolation and belonging, fear and love, loss and new beginnings.

Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Epp Peace Incubator alumni: where are they now?

Success takes on many different meanings to alumni of the Epp Peace Incubator program. Some alumni are still working on their ventures, while others have taken their learnings to make a meaningful impact elsewhere. We caught up with Jessie Reesor Rempel of Pastors in Exile (PiE) and Elle Crevits of Food Not Waste to reflect on their time in the incubator program and learn about where they are now.

Tuesday, April 23, 2019

Students explore the implications of artificial intelligence

Mimi Onuoha, Diane Reynolds, Branka Marijan, and David Jones during roundtable discussion "Why Artificial Intelligence Matters"

Mimi Onuoha, Diane Reynolds, Branka Marijan, and David Jones during the roundtable discussion "Why Artificial Intelligence Matters."

On April 4, Branka Marijan of Project Ploughshares and two upcoming PeaceTech Living Learning Community Peer Leaders took part in the University of Waterloo’s 2019 Artificial Intelligence Summit.