Wednesday, April 12, 2023

Understanding the vision of Waterloo at 100

President Vivek Goel and Vice-President, University Relations Sandra Banks sit on stage during the President's Forum.

Yesterday’s Waterloo 100 President’s Forum was an opportunity for staff and faculty to hear from President Vivek Goel exactly how the vision document will help guide the University into an uncertain, yet promising, future.

Hosted as part of the 2023 Staff Conference, the President used most of his time on stage answering a wide array of questions related to the Waterloo at 100 vision, and how it will influence the direction we take as an institution in both the short, and long term.

So, just what's in the Waterloo at 100 vision? Here's a sample:

A vision for Waterloo at 100 

Who we are: We are a leading global research-intensive university, renowned for entrepreneurship and innovation, providing co-op and work-integrated learning at scale with impact. 

What we envision: A community of curious, collaborative, innovative and entrepreneurial problem-solvers and leaders who seek to understand and identify equitable and sustainable solutions for the future of humanity and our planet. 

To realize this vision, we will follow three guiding principles: 

  • Rediscover unconventional: We will rediscover our spirit to be different. The world benefits more when we bring uniquely Waterloo strengths. 

  • Lead globally, act locally: As we continue to address global challenges and make impacts around the world, we will also continue to contribute to our local surroundings through collaborative relationships.  

  • Coordinate and collaborate: To unlock the full potential of our university, we will create a culture of co-ordination and collaboration both within and beyond our institution. 

Global Futures 

The future we imagine for humanity and our planet is at the core of the five Global Futures, which will help us to focus and co-ordinate our work across disciplines and organizational boundaries: 

  • Societal Futures: How do we share and translate knowledge to positively advance society’s future and ensure that communities and everyone within them thrive? 

  • Health Futures: How will we ensure everyone achieves optimal health and well-being? How can we redesign our health systems through technological advances, virtual care and health data applications? 

  • Sustainable Futures: How will we enact the social, economic and geopolitical changes required to ensure a prosperous future for humanity and the planet? 

  • Technological Futures: How will we lead the next technological transformation to ensure a safe and human-centered digital future? 

  • Economic Futures: How do we create equitable and resilient local and global economies to lead us into the future? 

Each of these futures overlaps with the others and it’s in these intersections where Waterloo’s tenacity for identifying new opportunities, solutions and leading change will shine. 

We know we cannot predict the future, but we are confident about our ability to help shape it for future generations. By trying to understand the potential future scenarios, we can create the conditions to prepare our students, faculty and staff to be the leaders of the change ahead.

The journey to 2057 

We have bold ambitions for the impact we want to make on the world. To enable these goals, we need to look inward to focus, organize and forecast into the future how we work.  

Four forecasts will help us create the right environment for our community to thrive.  

Culture 2057: Who we are as an institution starts with our culture. We will be nimble and coordinate across disciplinary and organizational boundaries for the betterment of our university and our students. We will embrace decolonization, Indigenization, inclusivity, equity, and anti-racism into our organizational culture. We will ensure the physical and mental health and well-being of our students and employees and support them to achieve success in their personal and professional lives. 

Graduates 2057: Our goal is to produce uniquely Waterloo graduates who are transformed by their education to drive positive change in the world. Our graduates will be global citizens centred on humanity, the planet and equity, and connected to their local communities.  

Knowledge 2057: We will value knowledge that counts over being counted. We will not rely solely on traditional metrics of student achievement, faculty scholarship and teaching excellence. We will incentivize students and researchers to make positive changes in society. We will also assess students for their contributions to society and impact and we will find new ways to reward our community for their innovation, collaboration and collective impact in research and education.  

Campus 2057: We will ensure our campuses are financially and environmentally sustainable, and carbon neutral. We will make sure our campuses are decolonized, inclusive, equitable and accessible. Individuals of all abilities, backgrounds and identities should thrive through a deep sense of belonging.

We will also evolve our differentiators. Leveraging our strengths in integrating disciplines and working at the intersections, we can also be relied upon as innovators for social good. This theme will underpin the evolution of our differentiators as we leverage our strengths in innovation in STEM – Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics – and commercialization of ideas. Our university will evolve our strengths by being more socially engaged, robust and relevant. 

By 2057: 

We will shape the future of co-op and work integrated learning by expanding opportunities for our undergraduate and graduate students and evolving our programming to keep pace with social, technological and economic change. 

Focusing on where we can make the most impact with fundamental and applied research, we will continue tackling global challenges that will benefit our world for generations. Unified by the Global Futures, we will work collaboratively across disciplines, organizational boundaries and with partners across sectors.  

We will continue to be bold innovators and leaders in entrepreneurship, adding pillars in social innovation and policy engagement aligned with the Global Futures. We will apply our innovative and entrepreneurial spirit in our own communities including our campuses, working with local stakeholders on transformational projects for the region and growing global companies that scale.  

We will be an active member of our surrounding community and strengthen our role in catalyzing and sustaining Waterloo region’s growth. We will be deeply embedded in the region’s social, economic, and cultural fabric, enriching the experience of students, faculty and staff who connect and contribute to local and global businesses and communities.  

To 2057 and beyond, we will continue to ensure we lead at being unconventional, to define new futures for the University and for humanity. 

What's next? 

We have a lot of work ahead, but every journey starts with one step. Our immediate goals to get us started: 

  • A place for ideas: The Waterloo at 100 Incubator will help translate big and small ideas from the university and surrounding community to make this vision reality.  

  • Evolving our values: To support the change we need to realize this vision of Waterloo at 100, we will start by revisiting our values to catalyze a culture shift to work more nimbly and collaboratively.  

  • Aligning to Global Futures: We will collaborate and organize our activities in education, research and service more effectively around the areas of impact we seek to make.  

  • A pillar for social and policy engagement: To create the impacts we seek in our Global Futures, we will build up our capacity for social and policy engagement that is more integrated with scientific innovation and technology. 

  • Our planning and performance: We will evolve our internal processes to keep us on track with short-term priorities against this long-term vision.  

This is just the beginning. We look forward to working with the University community and our partners to achieve this vision.  

WatSPEED partners with prof for new AI-focused professional education programs

New Artificial Intelligence courses for executives banner image.

A message from WatSPEED.

After the overwhelming interest in their recent ChatGPT webinar, WatSPEED has partnered with University of Waterloo artificial intelligence (AI) expert, Dr. Jimmy Lin, to launch two new programs: 

Foundations of Large Language Models: Tools, Techniques, and Applications 

This program offers you a comprehensive understanding of text-based generative artificial intelligence (AI), including large language models (LLMs) and the tools behind ChatGPT. You’ll explore how they can be leveraged for natural language processing (NLP) tasks. Whether you're a data professional, developer, or programmer, understanding LLMs can help you build better NLP models, develop custom NLP applications, and optimize model performance. With a focus on practical applications and techniques, this course is perfect for anyone looking to apply NLP, machine learning, and prompt engineering to their work, and stay ahead of the curve in this rapidly evolving field. Learn more

Executive Sprint | ChatGPT and the Large Language Model Revolution 

In this three-part executive sprint, Lin will explain in business-friendly terms how LLMs work, separate hype from the reality of current capabilities, and share insights about the future of these technologies. You will also come away with a roadmap that can help you determine where, when, and how LLMs can be applied to your organization in a responsible manner. Learn more

Registration is now open for both programs, which start in May. Limited seats are available.

Vision Science Graduate Student Conference set for April 18

A man wearing glasses delivers a presentation.

The annual Vision Science Graduate Student Conference will be held on Tuesday, April 18.

The schedule includes a full slate of graduate student presentations at the all-day event, and the last research seminar of the series, The Larkworthy Lecture, is planned to wrap up the day's events and will be followed by a reception.

This year's Larkworthy Lecture will be delivered by Dr. Mark Servos at 5:30 p.m. in OPT 347 and is entitled Development of SARS-CoV-2 wastewater surveillance to support public health action

"We strongly encourage faculty and staff to attend as much of this conference as your schedule will allow," says a note from conference organizers. "You will be updated on research within the School and it is an opportunity to support our graduate students by attending the graduate awards presentation."

There will also be a GRAD Student Awards presentation and a Grad Flix Highlight featuring Drs. Stan Woo, Paul Murphy, and Kristine Dalton.

All graduate students are expected to attend this event. Register for the conference here, and if you have any questions, please contact

Showcase 2023: Call for Proposals deadline extended

A message from the Continuous Improvement, Change Management, and Project and Portfolio Management community of practice.

Do you have a project you are proud of? Did you contribute towards your department's productivity? Is there a change on your team or in your unit that went well, and you’d like to share?  We would like to hear from you!

The Continuous Improvement, Change Management, and Project and Portfolio Management communities are hosting our 4th annual Showcase event on campus on Thursday June 8 from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and are seeking your proposals.

We will assist you with your poster development, provide a template and guidance, as well as print your poster materials for you. As well, we have extended our deadline to Monday, April 24 at the request of several campus partners to collaborate on their submissions. So, if you have been thinking about a proposal but unsure about the timing, you just got more time! Past posters can be viewed on the Showcase event page.

Successful proposals for poster exhibits and flash talks will meet some or all the following criteria: 

  1. Addresses projects or initiatives and the application of best practices in one or more of Continuous Improvement, Change Management, and/or Project Management. 
  2. Is geared to employees as the primary audience. 
  3. Promotes tools, methodologies, or practices others can use and apply and that are supported by the campus. 
  4. Identifies clear learning outcomes and key takeaways. 
  5. Focuses on innovations or emerging trends, practices, or knowledge. 
  6. Offers a mix of information-sharing and engagement. 

About the Showcase

The Showcase is a free, in-person event that brings campus colleagues together to share best practices, successes, and connect. It will feature poster exhibits and poster flash talks—all centered around ideas and practices that contribute to continuous improvement, change management, and project management. The Showcase is open to all employees and students.

Please consider registering your poster proposal. Submissions will be reviewed and evaluated on the above criteria. You will be notified by April 28 whether your proposal has been selected. Please contact us if you have any questions.

The heat is on...for now, says Plant Operations

Boilers in Plant Operations.

A message from Plant Operations.

The HVAC systems around campus are set into a heating or cooling mode on a seasonal change-over. The change takes several weeks with some substantial changes made to the HVAC units. The spring change to cooling typically happens around the weekend of Mother’s Day and is based on weather forecasts of a consistent daytime temperature of 20 degrees.

The upcoming week has temperatures projected to be around 20 degrees Celsius but the following week the temperatures will return to a more seasonable average. With this week’s fluctuation we will continue with our spring schedule and leave the campus on “heat mode” until we see a steady daytime high of 20 plus degrees and a night time low above 12 degrees.

FINCAPES project launches this week; other notes

FINCAPES banner showing a jungle environment.

The University of Waterloo is inviting members of the University community to the FINCAPES Project launch on Friday, April 14 in the Student Life Centre’s Black and Gold Room. 

FINCAPES is an international research and teaching project in collaboration with Indonesian partners on climate-change adaptation and mitigation strategies in the country. Jointly undertaken by the University of Waterloo’s Faculty of Mathematics and Faculty of Environment, the project is funded by Global Affairs Canada and is a 5.5-year gender responsive initiative to help Indonesia build capacity to adapt and mitigate the impacts of climate change and conserve biodiversity.  

FINCAPES, which stands for implementing agency for Flood Impacts, Carbon Pricing, and Ecosystem Sustainability will provide technical assistance and capacity building to help our Indonesian partners strengthen:  

  • Quantification and modelling of climate change-exacerbated flood risks, and identification of strategies to mitigate related financial loss and damage   
  • Conservation and restoration of peatland and mangrove ecosystems   
  • Biodiversity conservation  
  • Policy research to support the Government of Indonesia’s ambitious climate finance programs   

"At its heart FINCAPES is a multidisciplinary collaboration," says a note from the event organizers. "This exclusive launch is an opportunity to meet and connect with diverse members of the UWaterloo community who might want to learn more and get involved with the project. It’s also an opportunity to meet our Indonesian partners whose first-hand experience with the fight against climate change is the inspiration for the program."  

Event speakers include Vivek Goel, President and Vice-Chancellor, and Mark Giesbrecht, Dean of the Faculty of Mathematics.

The launch event runs from 11:00 a.m. to 12:40 p.m. with a luncheon to follow.

And also this week FINCAPES is sponsoring its first event, on Thursday, April 13, entitled Canada's Indo-Pacific Strategy.

Indo-Pacific event poster featuring the two keynote speakers."The Indo-Pacific region will play a critical role in shaping Canada’s future over the next half-century," says the event's background info blurb. "Encompassing 40 economies, over four billion people and $47.19 trillion in economic activity, it is the world’s fastest growing-region and home to six of Canada’s top 13 trading partners. The Indo-Pacific region represents significant opportunities for growing the economy here at home, as well as opportunities for Canadian workers and businesses for decades to come."

"The Indo-Pacific is rapidly becoming the global centre of economic dynamism and strategic challenge. Every issue that matters to Canadians—including our national security, economic prosperity, respect for international law, democratic values, public health, protecting our environment, the rights of women and girls and human rights—will be shaped by the relationships Canada and its allies and partners have with Indo-Pacific countries. Our ability to maintain open skies, open trading systems and open societies, as well as to effectively address climate change, will depend in part on what happens over the next several decades in the Indo-Pacific region."

Speaking at the event will be Audri Mukhopadhyay, Southeast Asia and Oceania Division 1-OSP Global Affairs Canada
Director, and Bessma Momani, Associate Vice-President, Research and International, acting as event host. The event runs from 5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. in DC 1302.

For more information about the event, contact Jean Lowry 226-929-5616 or via email at, or Bill Duggan at 613-250-8652 or via email at

Link of the day

International Day of Human Space Flight

When and Where to get support

Students can visit the Student Success Office online for supports including academic development, international student resources, immigration consulting, leadership development, exchange and study abroad, and opportunities to get involved.

Instructors looking for targeted support for developing online components for blended learning courses, transitioning remote to fully online courses, revising current online courses, and more please visit Agile Development | Centre for Extended Learning | University of Waterloo (

Faculty, staff, post-doc and graduate student instructors can find upcoming teaching and learning workshops, self-directed modules and recordings of previous events on Centre for Teaching Excellence Workshops and Events page.

Instructors can access the EdTech Hub to find support on Waterloo’s centrally supported EdTech tools. The Hub is supported by members of IST’s Instructional Technologies and Media ServicesCentre for Teaching ExcellenceCentre for Extended Learning and subject matter experts from other campus areas.

Supports are available for employees returning to campus. Visit IST’s Hybrid Work and Technology guidelines and workplace protocols to assist with the transition.

Students with permanent, temporary and suspected disabilities and disabling conditions (medical conditions, injuries, or trauma from discrimination, violence, or oppression) can register with AccessAbility Services for academic accommodations (classroom accommodations, testing accommodations, milestone accommodations).

Instructors can visit AccessAbility Services' Faculty and Staff web page for information about the Instructor/Faculty role in the accommodation process. Instructors/Faculty members are legally required to accommodate students with disabilities. AccessAbility Services (AAS) is here to help you understand your obligations, and to offer services and resources to help you facilitate accommodations.

Did you know that the Writing and Communication Centre offers many in-person and virtual services to support you with any writing or communication project? This term we've added The Write Spot: a new student space in South Campus hall, complete with bookable workspaces, drop-ins with our peer tutors, and free coffee and tea. We also have one-to-one appointments with our writing and communication advisors and peer tutors, email tutoring for grads and undergrads, drop-ins at Dana Porter Libraryonline workshopswriting groupsEnglish conversation practice, and even custom in-class workshops. For any communication project, the Writing and Communication Centre is here to support you.

Research Ethics: Find yourself with an ethical question, unsure if your work requires an ethics review, or need advice about putting together a research ethics application? Reach out to one of our friendly staff by booking a consultation or email us with your questions.

Co-op students can get help finding a job and find supports to successfully work remotely, develop new skills, access wellness and career information, and contact a co-op or career advisor.

The Centre for Career Action (CCA) has services and programs to support undergrads, grad students, postdocs, alumni, and employees in figuring out what they value, what they’re good at, and how to access meaningful work, co-op, volunteer, or graduate/professional school opportunities. Questions about CCA's services? Live chat, call 519-888-4047, or stop by our front desk in the Tatham Centre 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday.

Drop-in to in-person Warrior Study Halls on Thursdays from 5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. in DC and DP. Join a Peer Success Coach to set goals and work independently or in groups each week.

Renison's English Language Institute continues to offer virtual events and workshops to help students practice their English language skills.

If you feel overwhelmed or anxious and need to talk to somebody, please contact the University’s Campus Wellness services, either Health Services or  Counselling Services. You can also contact the University's Centre for Mental Health Research and TreatmentGood2Talk is a post-secondary student helpline available to all students.

The Library is here to help, both in person and online. Our spaces are open for access to book stacks, study spaces, computers/printers, and the IST Help Desk. For in-depth support, meet one-to-one with Librarians, Special Collections & Archives and Geospatial Centre staff. Visit the Library’s home page to access our online resources for anywhere, anytime learning and research.

The Faculty Association of the University of Waterloo (FAUW) continues to advocate for its members. Check out the FAUW blog for more information.

The University of Waterloo Staff Association (UWSA) continues to advocate for its members. Check out the UWSA blog for more information.

The Office of Equity, Diversity, Inclusion & Anti-racism (EDI-R) works with students, faculty and staff across campus to advance equity and anti-racism through evidence-based policies, practices and programs. If you have a concern related to anti-racism and/or equity, please complete our intake form.

The Sexual Violence Prevention and Response Office (SVPRO) supports all members of the University of Waterloo campus community who have experienced, or been impacted, by sexual violence. This includes all students, staff, faculty and visitors on the main campus, the satellite campuses, and at the affiliated and federated Waterloo Institutes and Colleges. For support, email: or visit the SVPRO website.

The Office of Indigenous Relations is a central hub that provides guidance, support, and resources to all Indigenous and non-Indigenous campus community members and oversees the University's Indigenization strategy.

The Waterloo Indigenous Student Centre, based at United College, provides support and resources for Indigenous students, and educational outreach programs for the broader community, including lectures, and events.

WUSA supports for students:

Peer support - MATESGlow CentreRAISEWomen’s Centre - Click on one of the links to book an appointment either in person or online for the term.

Food Support Service food hampers are currently available from the Turnkey Desk 24/7 in the Student Life Centre. Drop-off locations are also open again in SLC, DC, DP, SCH, and all residences.

Co-op Connection all available online. 

Centre for Academic Policy Support - CAPS is here to assist Waterloo undergraduates throughout their experience in navigating academic policy in the instances of filing petitions, grievances and appeals. Please contact them at

WUSA Student Legal Protection Program - Seeking legal counsel can be intimidating, especially if it’s your first time facing a legal issue. The legal assistance helpline provides quick access to legal advice in any area of law, including criminal. Just call 1-833-202-4571

Empower Me is a confidential mental health and wellness service that connects students with qualified counsellors 24/7. They can be reached at 1-833-628-5589.

GSA-UW supports for graduate students: 

The Graduate Student Association (GSA-UW) supports students’ academic and social experience and promotes their well-being.

Advising and Support - The GSA advises graduate students experiencing challenges and can help with navigating university policies & filing a grievance, appeal, or petition.

Mental Health covered by the Health Plan - The GSA Health Plan now has an 80 per cent coverage rate (up to $800/year) for Mental Health Practitioners. Your plan includes coverage for psychologists, registered social workers, psychotherapists, and clinical counselors.

Dental Care - The GSA Dental Plan covers 60 to 70 per cent of your dental costs and by visiting dental professionals who are members of the Studentcare Networks, you can receive an additional 20 to 30 per cent coverage.

Student Legal Protection Program - Your GSA fees give you access to unlimited legal advice, accessible via a toll-free helpline: +1-833-202-4571. This advice covers topics including housing disputes, employment disputes, and disputes with an academic institution.

The Graduate House: Open Monday to Tuesday 11:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. and Wednesday to Friday 11:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. We’re open to all students, faculty, staff, and community members. The Graduate House is a community space run by the GSA-UW. We’re adding new items to the menu. Graduate students who paid their fees can get discounts and free coffee.

When and Where 

Fitness and Personal Training - Registrations opened January 5 this winter with Personal Training and Small Group Training as well as a Free Warrior Workout Program.

Waterloo Warriors Youth Camps. Spring and Summer camps available for Boys and Girls ages 5-18. Baseball, Basketball, Football, Volleyball, Hockey and Multi-Sport and Games. Register today.

Student Health Pharmacy in the basement of the Student Life Centre is now offering Covid booster shots (Pfizer and Moderna) and flu shots. Call 519-746-4500 or extension 33784 for an appointment. Walk-ins always welcome.

Waterloo Staff Conference, Tuesday, April 11 and Wednesday, April 12.

Pre-examination study days, Tuesday, April 11 and Wednesday, April 12.

The Centre for Theoretical Neuroscience presents Brain Day 2023, Tuesday, April 11, 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., E7 3353. Coffee and light breakfast, 8:30 a.m. in E7 2472, reception to follow event in E7 2742.

President’s Forum: Waterloo at 100, Tuesday, April 11, 1:15 p.m. to 2:15 p.m., Humanities Theatre. Staff registration. Faculty registration.

Webinar: Disability Justice for 2SLGBTQIA+ Employees, Wednesday, April 12, 12 noon to 1:00 p.m.

NEW - Valuing the benefits from improving management of freshwater fish habitat: Reflections from two case studies in the Pacific Northwest, presented by Duncan Knowler. Part of the Water Institute's webinar series: The Value of Water in Canada, Wednesday, April 12, 12 noon.

Public Talk featuring Waterloo AI expert Pascal Poupart, “From AlphaGO to ChatGPT”, Wednesday, April 12, 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m., DC 1350.

Recycling Battery Materials: Aiming for Net Zero, Wednesday, April 12, 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m., E7 7303-7663

Final examination period, Thursday, April 13 to Friday, April 28.

Creating Inclusive Excellence in Research through Inclusive Leadership, Thursday, April 13, 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Federation Hall, University of Waterloo. Waterloo researchers are invited to register for the workshop.

NEW - Canada's Indo-Pacific Strategy, Thursday, April 13, 5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., DC 1302.

NEW - FINCAPES project launch, Friday, April 14, 11;00 a.m. to 12:40 with luncheon to follow, SLC 2144 (Black and Gold Room).

NEW - Celebrate World Quantum Day at UWaterloo, Friday, April 14, 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., SLC Multipurpose Room

Share how you experience the UWaterloo campus in the Inclusive Physical Space Framework survey for a chance to win a $50.00 on a WatCard. Survey closes midnight on Friday, April 21.

Call for Expressions of Interest: Canada Biomedical Research Fund and Biosciences Research Infrastructure Fund (CBRF-BRIF), due Thursday, April 27. Learn more about the process.

Positions available

On this week's list from the human resources department, viewable on the UWaterloo Talent Acquisition System (iCIMS):

  • Job ID# 2023-10198 - Engagement Coordinator - Co-operative and Experiential Education Business Services, USG 7
  • Job ID# 2023-10216 - Director, Risk Management and Compliance - Office of Vice-President, Administration and Finance, USG 16
  • Job ID# 2023-10189 - Manager, HR Operations - Human Resources, USG 12
  • Job ID# 2023-10202 - International Communications Specialist - Waterloo International, USG 8
  • Job ID# 2023-10184 - Department Assistant - Electrical and Computer Engineering, USG 4
  • Job ID# 2023-10177 - Masters of Applied Science/Masters of Engineering Coordinator/Advisor - Electrical and Computer Engineering, USG 6
  • Job ID# 2023-10201 - Communications Specialist - Co-operative and Experiential Education Business Services, USG 9
  • Job ID# 2023-10197 - Director, Centre for Work-Integrated Learning - CEE - Centre for Work-Integrated Learning, USG 15

Secondments/Internal temporary opportunities

  • Job ID# 2023-10168 - Inquiry Management Assistant - Campus Housing, USG 4
  • Job ID# 2023-10207 - Classroom Demonstrator/Outreach Coordinator - Physics & Astronomy, USG 7
  • Job ID# 2023-10183 - Information Technology Specialist - Science Computing, USG 9
  • Job ID# 2023-10130 - Senior Research Assistant – Psychology, USG 5
  • Job ID# 2023-10194 - Weekend/Evening Supervisor – Library, USG 5
  • Job ID# 2023-10203 - Business Development Manager - Waterloo Institute for Nanotechnology, USG 10
  • Job ID# 2023-10206 – Analyst - Co-operative and Experiential Education Business Services, USG 8 – 11
  • Job ID# 2023-10211 – Analyst - Co-operative and Experiential Education Business Services, USG 8 – 10
  • Job ID# 2023-9830 - Events and Communications Specialist - Graduate Studies and Postdoctoral Affairs, USG 6
  • Job ID# 2023-10195 - Prospect Research Officer - Office of Advancement, USG 8 - 9

Affiliated and Federated Institutions of Waterloo opportunities