Photo of Alumni

We are always interested in the achievements and milestones of our students once they graduate. We hope that alumni will keep in touch with us and with fellow graduates.

University of Waterloo's Alumni Relations provides many services to alumni, including:

  • UWaterloo e-community and email forwarding for life
  • Benefits and perks, such as life-long learning, discounts, and UWaterloo merchandises
  • Alumni publications
  • Career advising
  • Events

Find out what SERS alumns have to say about the school

Amanda ChouinardAmanda Chouinard plans to pursue a career working with businesses and/or communities to make progress towards sustainability.

Stephanie CoteStephanie Cote is currently the Water Conservation Programs Coordinator, Water Services, Environmental Services in the City of Guelph.

 

Carolyn MannCarolyn Mann published her ERS 411 thesis in the journal Water Resources Management. Her undergraduate research was on risk perceptions of urban flooding in Toronto.

Neepa ChakrabortiNeepa Chakraborti recently earned a Masters degree and is moving into the next phase of her career.


 

 

Emily WongEmily Wong is currently completing her teaching degree at the University of Ottawa.



 

Catherine ChristoffersenCatherine Christoffersen volunteers with a non-profit organization that advocates for safer bicycling policies.

 

 

Mariah SmithMariah Smith plans to pursue a career working as a Water Resource Analyst and do some consultation with the Inuit community in Nunavut.

Anna VanderkooyAnna Vanderkooy is completing her masters degree in International Affairs at Carleton University.



 

 

Emma Hawley-YanEmily Hawley-Yan is currently working as an Outreach Coordinator for Earthroots, an environmental NGO focused on the protection of Ontario's wildlife, wilderness, and watersheds through research, education, and advocacy. 

Lisa HornLisa Horn is working as an ecologist at an environmental consulting company and pursuing a M.Sc. in Biology at York University, where she's investigating the effects of climate change in wintering habitats of migratory songbirds on their arrival condition in Ontario.

 

Teresa SilverthornTeresa Silverthorn is pursuing her Master of Science (Forestry) at the University of British Columbia.