Join us for an open discussion at the Grad House, June 17, on the future of our cities
Will the next generation force us to redefine the way in which we plan and design our communities? The traditional notions of where we choose to live, how we travel, where and how we shop and how we choose to recreate is continually being challenged. What do our cities need to do to achieve resiliency for generations to come?
To kick-off the Geothink Summer Institute 2015, the Faculty of Environment is hosting a free public lecture on providing knowledge and training in theoretical and practical aspects of crowdsourcing.
The event will start at 9:30 with a welcome from Renee Sieber outlining the Geothink Project + Summer Institute.
Announcing the Geothink Summer Institute 2015 Hosted by the University of Waterloo Faculty of Environment, June 15-17.
The School of Planning and York University join forces on suburban infrastructure management strategies
Congratulations ENV Grads!
Please join Dean Jean Andrey and your other favourite faculty members, for an informal complimentary post-convocation reception in the Student Life Center.