Nearly a year in the making, the new University of Waterloo sign wows visitors.
As the saying goes, ‘you never get a second chance to make a first impression.’ It’s true of the people you meet and the places you visit. Those visiting the University of Waterloo Campus for the first time (and even staff and students coming to campus for the 1001st time) will get an all new impression thanks to https://uwaterloo.ca/i3-challenge/ – a holistic, multidisciplinary design competition to reinvent the entrance to Waterloo’s south campus.
Following the recent announcement that the Faculty of Environment’s School of Environment, Enterprise and Development (SEED) has been ranked as having Corporate Knights’ #2 MBA program, SEED received more good news recently, as one faculty member and one student from its
St. Paul’s University College is pleased to announce that fourteen International Development (INDEV) students who are not eligible to receive funding from the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA), will each receive $1,500 through the St. Paul’s Student Awards Fund.
The Faculty of Environment, in partnership with St. Paul's, offers the first-year entry undergraduate degree program in International Development. In their 4B term INDEV students begin eight-month field placements in one of seven developing countries – Botswana, Burkina Faso, Ghana, Malawi, Nepal, Peru and Vietnam. The first INDEV cohort completed their placements and graduated in June 2012.