Come and explore Chemical Engineering's Capstone Design Symposium
Come and explore Mechanical Engineering's Capstone Design Symposium!
Cambridge Common: A Paradoxical Public Space
Work From the Second Year Design studio, Fall 2014 School of Architecture I University of Waterloo
Girls Club engages participants through activities designed to dispel stereotypes about engineers and scientists and inspire girls to pursue these studies in high school and post-secondary education.
For more information, please visit the ESQ website.
Come and explore Civil, Environmental and Geological's Capstone Design Symposium!
Come and explore the Capstone Design Symposium for Management Engineering!
The FIRST Robotics Competition Waterloo Regional Competition is held each year at the University of Waterloo in March. In 2015 — the 11th year of the Waterloo Regional — 32 teams will compete at Waterloo for a chance to go to St. Louis and compete in the FIRST Robotics World Championships.
Note: Schedule varies from year-to-year. The 2015 schedule will be released once it has been finalized.
The Water Institute is pleased to host a lecture by Dr. Sheila Olmstead, LBJ School of Public Affairs, University of Texas at Austin and Visiting Fellow, Resources for the Future
Dr. Olmstead's lecture is titled: Water resources and climate change adaptation: An economist’s perspective
Engineering students are encouraged to nominate the most deserving teaching assistant (TA) for the Sandford Fleming Foundation Award.
Please see your class representative for details. Additional ballots are available online, in CPH 1320, or the Engineering Society (EngSoc) office.
This is your opportunity to see Waterloo Engineering's world-class facilities, learn about programs and student life, and have your important questions answered!
Our current student ambassadors will be available to share their valuable first-hand knowledge. Faculty, admissions, and co-op staff will also be on hand to share their expertise.
Register for March Break Open House, and create a personalized schedule for the day!
Invasive species may be the number one environmental threat of the 21st century.
Professor Reinhold Schuster will be hosting this presentation. Engineering students will find out about the German exchange opportunities available to them.
Refreshments will be served.
In this second Water Institute Lecture in the month of March, the Water Institute is pleased to host Dr. Charles Vörösmarty, Department of Civil Engineering, Director, CUNY Environmental CrossRoads Initiative, City University of New York; Distinguished Scientist, NOAA-CREST.
Dr. Vörösmarty's lecture is titled:Water in the 21st Century: Sources of Pessimism, Sources of Optimism
This lecture will be available via webcast.
THE KNOWLEDGE: HOW TO REBUILD OUR WORLD FROM SCRATCH
A WICI Talk with Dr. Lewis Dartnell
Presented by the Waterloo Institute for Complexity and Innovation (WICI) in co-operation with THEMUSEUM and Words Worth Books
Location: THEMUSEUM (10 King St. W., Kitchener)
Cost: $5+HST (includes admission to THEMUSEUM's current exhibits, Dinosaurs | The Edge of Extinction, and Getting Naked)
KNOWLEDGE AND CIVILIZATION: TECHNICAL AND THEORETICAL CONSIDERATIONS
Speaker: Dr. Lewis Dartnell
Join us starting at 2pm for coffee and conversation before the lecture begins at 2:30pm.
The Water Institute is pleased to host a lecture by Dr. John P. Smol, Paleoecological Environmental Assessment and Research Lab (PEARL) and Canada Research Chair in Environmental Change, Department of Biology, Queen's University.
Dr. Smol's lecture is titled: Exploring the past to protect our future: Using lake sediments to study water quality issues.
Please join Dean Pearl Sullivan to learn more about the future of Engineering 7 (E7) and the benefits this new building will have for engineering undergrads!