Do you have an innovative idea for the Jack Rosen Memorial Award to solve, mitigate or prevent an environmental problem? Don’t have an idea but are interested in the Jack Rosen competition? We are here to help!
To help us shape a sustainable future, we’re embarking on a bold initiative to attract the best and brightest graduate students to be the next generation of researchers in the field.
Have you ever had an exciting idea for a startup but didn’t know where to begin?
Join us for an interactive panel discussion as we bring together industry leaders in the financial sector to discuss opportunities and challenges for Canada in relation to climate change.
Featuring guest panelists:
Laura Hamilton, Divest Waterloo
Campus safety has always been a top priority, and you can do your share to help. Through interactive exercises, this three hour workshop will help participants learn about the importance of equal roles and about the issues that affect us all.
Please join us for the Velocity Fund Finals on Thursday, November 30 at the SLC Great Hall.
During the term, 11 students from SERS, SEED, KI and GEM explored sustainability topics in ERS 375 Photography for Sustainability. They chose a sustainability-focused topic, conducted background research, strengthened their photography and image processing skills, and developed a portfolio of photographs to communicate their ideas. Meet the students for a presentation of their photographs on November 29th.
Please mark your calendars for Friday, November 24, 2017 and join us for a complimentary lunch and a free lecture by some of the brightest minds in Environmental research.
Please join us for a Research Talks Fall 2017 Series lecture with GEM professor and Canada Research Chair Sarah Burch, on the topic of Transformative Governance on an Urban Planet.
Join us at this year's Faculty of Environment's International Education Week event, ENV Global Perspectives Symposium. The event will feature a number of engaging activities:
Trevor Swerdfager will be giving a lecture on observations on the evolution of fish, forests and wildlife management in Canada and a rationale for its transformation.
UWPAT Young Alumni Pre-Dinner Social
Meet and mingle with recent alumni of the School of Planning at the annual Toronto Planning Dinner on November 9, 2017.
Join us for the opening of Documenting Downtown Change at THEMUSEUM, a photography exhibition and community discussion focused on Downtown Kitchener.
Brian Doucet, Associate Professor at the School of Planning, and Kevin Curtis, Researcher and lecturer at the School of Planning, will discuss their research in this special lecture: Complete Communities in Cities and Towns?
What are the critical issues that need to be addressed for sustaining small islands in an era of global environmental change? What sustainability pathways exist to build resiliency and reduce island vulnerability? Please join us for a panel discussion with esteemed island researchers and policy makers from the Caribbean, Europe and the United States.
Congratulations ENV Grads!
Please join Dean Jean Andrey and your other favourite faculty and staff members, for the Fall 2017 Grad Reception. Mingle with friends, enjoy some refreshments, pick up your class composite, and celebrate your achievements.
Friends and family members welcome.
Oct 20, 2017| 4:30 - 6:00 p.m.
(begins immediately after the ceremony)
Student Life Centre, Great Hall
The Faculty of Environment is proud to announce the convocation ceremony for Fall 2017 Convocation. Ceremonies are held in the Main Gymnasium of the Physical Activities Complex at the University of Waterloo, 200 University Avenue West, Waterloo.
On October 19th, Eli Kane, the Group Manager, Information Strategy, Design and Performance from Ontario Cancer Care is coming to the University of Waterloo to talk about big health data.
Join us for a book launch, including, a suburban themed exhibit, Q&A with authors, snacks and more!
PLUS: A special performance by Ontario's only Urban Planning-themed band, Leia Minaker and the Cul de Sacs.
Are you looking for expertise and advice for your venture ideas? Then come out to meet Brock Dickinson, our new Entrepreneur in Residence!
On Oct 4, 2017, on the occasion of the Moon Festival, we will host a Welcome Reception to welcome our 2+2 and 1+1+1 students from China, on behalf of our Dean of the Faculty of Environment.
Calling all planning grads from the class of '92 (or the regular stream of '91). It's time to join your former classmates at Reunion 2017 to reconnect, reunite, and recreate your class photo!
Come back to the University of Waterloo on Saturday, September 30, 2017 for Reunion 2017. Revisit the Faculty of Environment, reunite with former classmates and profs, and relive your fond campus memories.