Dean of Engineering Office
Carl A. Pollock Hall (CPH) 4301
519-888-4567 ext. 32718
Learn about the (MBET) program by attending our live online information session.
In this one-hour session, you will learn everything you need to know about the program—including admissions requirements and tips, program details, and alumni stories.
Have all of your questions answered in an in-depth live Q&A, and hear directly from a Conrad faculty member who will share insights into the interview process.
Can't make this session?
You're invited to indulge in a slice of Canada in Boston! Held at Clarke's, the evening features reminiscing about Canada and Waterloo and celebrating Canada's 150th birthday and UWaterloo's 60th birthday! This event is open to all engineering and math alumni and current engineering and math students living/working in the Boston and Cambridge area.
Join us at the Student Life Centre in the Great Hall to celebrate your milestone achievement! The reception starts right after the convocation ceremony.
The Waterloo Institute for Nanotechnology (WIN) presents a seminar by Professor Jean-Pierre Landesman, from the Engineering Physics Department, McMaster University, Ontario, Canada.
Investigations on some side effects and defect formation during plasma etching of nanostructures using III-V semiconductors
As part of the Water Institute's WaterTalks lecture series, Diane Orihel, National Scholar in Aquatic Ecotoxicology and assistant professor in Biology and Environmental Studies at Queen’s University, and Alana Greaves, environmental toxicologist and a postdoctoral researcher with Queen’s University present, "The importance of ecosystem-based ecotoxicology for advancing environmental policy, with special reference to Canadian Oil Sands development."
Senior Director, Greenhouse Gas Reduction Technologies, Ontario Centres of Excellence
As part of our WaterTalk lecture series Kevin Boyle, professor of agricultural and applied economics and director of the Program in Real Estate at Virginia Tech, presents, " From the Exxon Valdez to the BP Deep Water Horizon Oil Spills: A story of economic damages from four major environmental contamination events."
Coffee and light refreshments will be provided.
Join fellow alumni and President and Vice-Chancellor Feridun Hamdullahpur in Toronto for a thought-provoking alumni event. Where UWaterloo meets AI will feature a panel of speakers sharing their innovations in artificial intelligence, followed by a Q&A discussion with the audience.
As part of the Office of Research's Research Talks series, executive director of the Water Institute and professor of Economics, Roy Brouwer, will present, "Global Assessment of Payments for Watershed Services with Roy Brouwer."
Payments for watershed services (PWS) are a new water policy instrument that aims to ensure that the providers of non-marketed water services are paid for their efforts.
In this special 60th anniversary year, University of Waterloo alumni are invited to attend the TEDxUW 2017 Conference – Defying Conventions.
This year, speakers will draw from their experiences in the realms of social impact, business and technology, environment and sustainability, and the arts to bring you talks that will provoke and challenge you to think outside of the box.