On Sunday, October 9, the WEF Students and Young Professionals Committee welcomed 25 teams from 21 schools spanning 4 countries and representing 19 Member Associations to compete in the 2022 Student Design Competition.
Carl Haas, a Waterloo Engineering professor and department chair for civil and environmental engineering, has been elected a fellow of the Royal Society of Canada (RSC).
The Canadian Graduate Engineering Consortium (CGEC) brings together six of Canada’s top universities to address the urgent need for qualified engineers who can solve today’s most complex technical, social and environmental challenges.
A unique and progressive recruitment initiative, the Consortium is hosting a free virtual fair, to provide you with an opportunity to learn more about the value of a graduate engineering degree and explore your options.
Register to join the event hosted on Hopin taking place on October 6, 2022 from 1-4pm EDT.
A former student at Waterloo Engineering is a co-founder of a Toronto-based startup company that recently secured $10 million in funding to help fuel its growth.
Kevin Kim, who dropped out of the civil engineering program in his fourth year in 2011, launched Stadium Live Studios in 2020 to develop a digital playground for young sports fans. To continue reading this article please click here.
This term, Spring 2022, the Civil Engineering Capstone Design Project was back in-person (though we’ve kept the progress meetings online!) and created this collage of teams. It’s been a very busy and productive term for all the CIVE400 capstone teams that produced excellent conceptual and preliminary designs in their Phase 1.
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The tradition continued on Friday, July 8, 2022 from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm we celebrated Engineering Day with our incredible community of students, alumni, professors and staff.
The University of Waterloo is awarding Entrepreneurial Ph.D. Fellowships to support outstanding, business-minded Waterloo doctoral students who are interested in commercializing their research.
A professor at Waterloo Engineering has been granted almost $91,000 for a research project under a federal program to improve rail safety.
The proposal by Liping Fu, a professor of civil and environmental engineering, was one of 147 projects across the country announced today by Transport Canada.
As part of the Fourth Year Design Project and Capstone 2022, the team “Wastes to Treat Wastes Inc.” from Environmental Engineering received the ESTEN Foundation award by placing 1st in Canada, with an award value of $1,500.