What do cartoon characters Caillou, Harriet Turtle from Franklin, Mavis from Hotel Transylvania, and dozens more have in common?
Balancing her consulting business with her PhD research comes naturally to Neluka, who finds that “school and consulting overlap. They’re really one and the same thing.”
Reputation, innovation and unparalleled opportunities are what Sarah has found here as a PhD student at the School of Planning at Waterloo. Find out how a love of music led Sarah to a research focus in urban sound and how we use sound to drown out the noise.
I didn’t want to do full-time grad studies and have to quit my job, so it was really appealing to me that I could keep working while pursuing this degree on the side. I also think Waterloo has a really great reputation and when you have a degree from Waterloo it says something - it’s high quality.
Andrew splits his time between researching United States military public affairs policy and operations and working as a reservist with the Canadian Armed Forces himself. Find out what made Waterloo the ideal choice for his doctoral studies.
With a wide range of courses and a number of faculty members who are real leaders in the field of statistics, both in Canada and internationally, Waterloo was the obvious choice for Nathalie – for both her master’s and doctoral studies.
Shoeleh is taking advantage of the outstanding resources and research-focused atmosphere here at Waterloo, while working to counter the effects of climate change and aging infrastructure on our drinking water.
Mat is a Senior Registered Professional Planner (RPP) with Norfolk County who already had a lot on the go when he decided to add master's student to the list. Learn why the online Master of Planning program works for Mat.
Robyn liked that at Waterloo it was clear that she would be able to pursue her own passions and interests in her research and her studies. Discover what else made Waterloo the right fit for her master's studies.
Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council Alexander Graham Bell Canada Graduate Scholarship recipient Shirley discovered that the School of Pharmacy produces more than just pharmacists. As a PhD student Shirley is immersed in the burgeoning field of biotechnology developing a gene therapy to treat ovarian cancer.