Show your love for Environment by participating in a series of challenges and activities.
Join Environment Orientation at Waterloo Park for a day of games, cheers, dancing, and a pita lunch.
Commemorate your Orientation experience by being part of the Environment Orientation Aerial Photo.
Fuel up for the day's activities by enjoying a delicious breakfast provided by the Bomber.
First year students will learn about the Waterloo campus by participating in activities all across campus.
A play written and performed by University of Waterloo students addresses many situations that first-year students face when they live on their own for the first time. Single & Sexy replaces the traditional lecture with a high energy, entertaining, non-judgemental, powerful performance.
First year students will be separated by program and receive important academic information. Then, enjoy a pizza lunch provided by the Dean of Environment.
This is the first chance to meet your fellow first-year students in the Faculty of Environment. Expect a warm welcome from your Orientation leaders, your Federation Orientation Committee, and the Dean!
Waterloo Region – In partnership with the University of Waterloo’s Faculty of Environment, the Region of Waterloo is honoured to welcome Dr. Vukan Vuchic to Regional Headquarters on Wednesday, June 11 for a free community presentation from 12-1:30 p.m. in Council Chambers.
Congratulations ENV Grads!
Please join Dean André Roy and your other favourite faculty and staff members, for the Spring 2014 Grad Reception. Mingle with friends, enjoy some refreshments, pick up your class composite and grad gift, and celebrate your achievements.
Friends and family members welcome. Registration not required.
The Faculty of Environment is proud to announce the convocation ceremony for Spring 2014 Convocation. Ceremonies are held in the Main Gymnasium of the Physical Activities Complex at the University of Waterloo, 200 University Avenue West, Waterloo.
The class of '74 School of Planning is celebrating their 40 year Reunion.
Tentative plans include:
Fri. June 6 | 2:00 pm - Tours of the Perimeter Institute & CIGI 7:00 pm - Drinks at the Grad House, Green Room
Agent-based modelling and GIS: applications to land use change and environmental modelling
The Water Policy and Governance Group is hosting a seminar on May 15th (Noon to 1:30 PM) in EV2 2006. Dr. Nigel Watson from the Lancaster Environment Centre in the UK will speak about The New Myth of Multi-party Collaboration in Water Resources Management: Insights, Lessons and Questions from England.
Exploring Indigenist Methodologies and Social Innovation.
A symposium to explore transformative social change with Dr. Shawn Wilson and Dr. Frances Westley.
No formal registration is required, though space is limited so please RSVP to Erin at email@example.com.
Are you interested in climate change and making a difference in your community?
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SEED Alumni in the GTA are invited to join professors Neil Craik, Steve Young, Jennifer Lynes and others for an informal Pub Night.
The Faculty of Environment PhD Forum has the honor to have Dr. Andre Roy, Dean of Faculty of Environment, as a guest speaker to share his experience and knowledge about the topic "From PhD to Assistant Professor" on our Talk series.
In recognition of Earth Day 2014, Conestoga’s Student Life department and Conestoga Students Inc. will host The Future of Waste: It’s in Your Hands, an educational forum to promote broader awareness of the negative impacts associated with waste and encourage discussion regarding individual and collaborative actions to reduce and manage waste, conserve natural resources and contribute to overall sustainability.
Activities will include a screening of the award-winning documentary The Clean Bin Project followed by a panel discussion featuring local experts.
On Friday, April 4th, from 4 to 6pm, the graduating class of Knowledge Integration students will be presenting their senior research projects in the Minto Atrium located in Environment 3 at the University of Waterloo. Forming the capstone of their four-year undergraduate career, these projects represent an exciting synthesis of the diverse disciplines the students have explored through this one-of-a-kind interdisciplinary program.
On Friday, April 4 from 10:30 am to 12:00 pm, Elizabeth May, leader of the Green Party of Canada, will be at the Balsillie School of International Affairs to talk about the environment and politics in Canada. All are welcome. The event will take place in room 1-43. If you can join us, please RSVP to Joanne Weston at firstname.lastname@example.org by noon on Thursday.
Dr. Heather McNairn, Research Scientist
Agriculture and Agri‐Food Canada