Presented by Dean André Roy, the talk continues on March 21.
Faculty of Environment Researchers and Grad Students are cordially invited to attend a Panel Discussion and Wine and Cheese reception with TD Walter Bean Visiting Professor, Dr. Diana Liverman.
The topic of the discussion is: “Surviving Peak Temperatures in a Changing Climate”
Waterloo's 2014 March Open House will take place on Saturday, March 1st.
Students and families will be able to tour campus, check out facilities, speak to staff, professors and students and much more.
Check out the schedule and register at Find Out More.
Presented by Dean André Roy, the talk continues on Feb. 28.
1 static slide. 3 minutes. The clock is ticking.
The 3 Minute Thesis (3MT), a university-wide competition, will showcase studies done by research-based masters thesis and doctoral students at the University of Waterloo.
Join us for a day of wetlands-themed seminars, poster presentations and panel discussions in celebration of World Wetlands Day!
See our event page for more details.
Seminars, posters and panel discussions will be focused on wetlands themes including biogeochemistry, hydrology, ecology, economics and policy. The day's program includes exciting talks by science and policy experts:
So You Want to Change the World?
Come hear Economic professor Larry Smith as he shares his stories of social change and entrepreneurship. Learn how to disrupt the status quo and transform our world for the better.
Free public lecture (with free pizza).
The Faculty of Environment is proud to announce an exciting new free lecture series presented by Dean André Roy.
Please join us Friday January 24th for a free two-part lecture on the environment presented by experts in our faculty.
Complimentary lunch will also be served at 12pm.
Be sure to join the conversation using #envlecture
The Jack Rosen Memorial Award was created to reward out-of-the-box thinking and encourage Environment students to innovate solutions to solve, mitigate or prevent environmental problems.
Join us for the exciting pitch session, where the top ten finalists will present their ideas 'Dragon's Den' style to a panel of judges. The winner will walk away with a cool $1000 and there are up to two $500 Honorable Mentions awards.
Grade 10 students thinking about applying to university are invited (along with their parents) to our information evening. Topics include: