Register for this FREE, 4-week Mental Toughness program (1 virtual workshop/week on Mondays 6:00-7:30 pm, starting November 2, 2020). The program is tailored for women-identifying students, where you will learn how to cope with the stress and anxiety you face from living your life as a student, how to budget properly so that you can have financial freedom later, what skills you need to develop to become the leader you want to be (and how to develop them), and the truth behind health, nutrition and your body weight.
The Department of Chemical Engineering is pleased to welcome you to hear Professor Eliza Fong discuss her work leveraging biomaterials engineering to build in vitro patient tumors that more closely reflect critical cell-cell and cell-matrix interactions in the tumor microenvironment. She will describe how growing cells in the third dimension influences the cancer cell phenotype and changes drug sensitivity. Her research will improve therapeutic opportunities for cancer patients.
The Conrad School is hosting a Speakers' Series as part of the annual Women Entrepreneurship Week 2020 global awareness and celebration.
Join us virtually on any of the following dates and times:
Tuesday, November 24th, between 12:00 p.m. and 12:45 p.m.
Thursday, November 26th, between 6:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m.
Friday, November 27th, between 12:30 p.m. and 1:15 p.m.
Interested in learning the essentials of entrepreneurship?
In partnership with Entrepreneurship Society and Renison University College, join us at a Renison Workshop: Entrepreneurship 101 session to learn how to find the right problem and right solution from Conrad School Lecturer, David Rose.
Join us to learn more about the exciting research being conducted by masters students in the Chemical Engineering department.
On Saturday, November 28, the sixth annual Waterloo Nanotechnology Conference (WNC) will bring together students, employers, researchers and entrepreneurs to discuss the exciting future of nanotechnology. This virtual event provides an exclusive opportunity to learn about careers, opportunities and resources in the world of nanotechnology.
All students (high school, university, college and graduate) and industry professionals are welcome to join us as we explore three unique aspects of nanotechnology: health, environment and information.
The Department of Chemical Engineeirng welcomes you to hear Professor Boxin Zhao and his former students, PhD graduates Fut (Kuo) Yang and Aleksander Cholewinski, discuss their innovation: a hybrid material composed of a polymer impregnated with a supercooled salt solution, termed sal-gel, that assumes two distinct but stable solid states under the same range of temperatures and pressure.
Future undergraduate engineering students are invited to join us for an admissions-focused webinar that will focus on the admissions process and cover topics like how to apply, tips for your Admissions Information Form (AIF) and more!
Our panellists will include our Director/Associate Director of Admissions as well as current students who successfully went through the process themselves.