Hosted by Waterloo Engineering, the Waterloo High School Electric Vehicle (EV) Challenge encourages students to design and test their own electric car in an annual endurance competition
Learn about the part-time Master of Business, Entrepreneurship and Technology (MBET) program at the Conrad School
Learn about the emerging engineering field, synthetic biology at the 4th annual Synthetic Biology Symposium, SynBio 4.0. Training workshops, research talks, and a poster session will be held over two and a half days May 26-28th.
Join University of Waterloo President and Vice-Chancellor, Feridun Hamdullahpur at the new offices of Embark (the world’s leading developer of self-driving trucks) as we bring together experienced entrepreneurs for a panel discussion on the challenges of “Building a Canadian Startup in California.”
Events are open to industry, faculty and post docs - please register to attend to ensure there is enough pizza for everyone!
The goals of the events are to:
- Support faculty research networking
- Provide an opportunity to create teams to apply for major grants under a given theme
10:30 - Poster setup, coffee, networking
The Waterloo Engineering alumni reunion in 2019 is taking place on June 1, 2019 at Alumni Weekend. The engineering Classes of 1964, 1969, 1974, 1979, 1984, 1989, 1994, 1999, 2004, 2009 and 2014 are invited to campus to celebrate this milestone in their engineering career.
Join us and other alumni based in the Dallas Fort-Worth area on June 5 at Sector 5 Digital's very own British Pub for casual drinks and refreshments after work.
Pearl Sullivan, Dean of the Faculty of Engineering, the Registrar's Office, Engineering Alumni Affairs and the Office of Alumni Relations are pleased to invite you and your guests to an informal complimentary post-convocation reception.
Join us at the Student Life Centre in the Great Hall to celebrate your milestone achievement! The receptions start right after each convocation ceremony.
Please join us for a cybersecurity panel discussion and networking event with Engineering and Math alumni and friends in London. Dean of Math Stephen Watt will be moderating the panel, which will include experts in this area as well as policy experts.