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Four Waterloo Engineering students have been awarded $5,000 scholarships created to reward high-achieving Muslim students for outstanding contributions to their communities.

Youssra Rahham of chemical engineering, Azwad Abid of systems design engineering, Rodaina Aboelela of architectural engineering and Subha Azrin of computer engineering are among 74 MAX Scholarships award winners across Canada. To continue reading this story please click here.

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.

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.

Thursday, February 24, 2022

CIVE Student leader + advocate

My name is Naomie Seh Abomo and I am a 3A Civil Engineering student. My industry interests include master planning and resilient urban development. In my free time, I partake in leadership roles such as Social Events, Vice President, and President of the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) UW chapter and other roles that allow me to affirm and empower particularly black and underrepresented students. I also take great pleasure in singing and dancing, and spending quality time with my dear friends and family.

Seven professors at Waterloo Engineering were awarded a total of almost $1.1 million in federal funding this week through a program designed to help attract and retain top researchers.

The backing from the John R. Evans Leaders Fund, a program of the Canada Foundation for Innovation, is earmarked for infrastructure to ensure labs are equipped for world-class research and technology development.

The Interdisciplinary Centre on Climate Change's (IC3) Board of Directors has appointed Juan Moreno-Cruz from School of Environment, Enterprise and Development, Monica Emelko from Civil and Environmental Engineering, and