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Local mask donation inspired by global connections

Thursday, April 2, 2020

With the world in the grip of a deadly pandemic, friends of Waterloo Engineering from China stepped up this week to donate 5,000 masks to a Kitchener hospital.

The gift came courtesy of Diane Wang and her husband, Jack Zhang, who owns a company in Shanghai that distributes medical supplies.

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Feridun Hamdullahpur (centre), president and vice-chancellor of the University of Waterloo,  poses with Heo Seong-mu (left), the mayor of Changwon, and Choe Gyu-ha, president  of the Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute, at a signing ceremony.

Connecting globally.

Feridun Hamdullahpur (centre), president and vice-chancellor of the University of Waterloo, poses with Heo Seong-mu (left), the mayor of Changwon, and Choe Gyu-ha, presidentof the Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute, at a signing ceremony.

This article was originally published on the Faculty of Engineering website.

Officials from South Korea and the University of Waterloo gathered in early November to formally launch what they hope will become a long-term research collaboration focused on modernizing manufacturing through the introduction of artificial intelligence (AI) technology.

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President Hamdullahpur, Larry Liu of GCI and Dr. Paul Fieguth revealing certificate of funding

Venture capital company GCI donates $1M to Engineering

A venture capital company is donating $1 million to the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Waterloo to support research and education initiatives involving partners in the Greater China area… Read the full story here

Engineering Globalization

In an increasingly globalized world, we're making an extreme effort to provide Waterloo Engineering students and faculty the best opportunities to connect with our international partners.

Through international exchange, co-op terms abroad and new dual degree graduate programs, the International Studies in Engineering Option, or Waterloo's Global Experience Certificate, we're providing students the ability to expand their knowledge and network while fulfilling their degree requirements. 

Whether you are attending the University of Waterloo as a visitor, on exchange, or enrolled as a degree seeking student, please share your favourite places in the Waterloo Region by completing a short survey. It is our hope that your answers to the questions in the survey will help others become more acquainted with all Waterloo has to offer.

Map of International Exchange Partners 

We partner with more than 80 universities to offer the most rewarding exchange opportunities for engineering students. Visit the Waterloo International Agreements site for information about Student Mobility (exchange) opportunities.

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Questions about international exchange? Please contact the Faculty of Engineering Exchange Office.

Visiting international delegations

If you would like to book a visit with a specific department or research centre in Engineering, please complete a Delegation Visit Request form, or contact the Engineering International Office.