News archive - October 2012

Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Geography's Paul Parker wins Graduate Supervision Award

Paul Parker

The Graduate Studies and Postdoctoral Affairs (GSPA) has announced this year's winners of the Award of Excellence in Graduate Supervision. Among the three winners is Paul Parker (Geography and Environmental Management).

Monday, October 29, 2012

UW Exchange Student Killed in Tragic Accident

It is with great sadness that the Faculty of Environment recognizes the loss of one of our students in a tragic accident on Thursday, October, 25. Amelie Limberger, a German exchange student studying at the University of Waterloo for one term was struck by a car in Uptown Waterloo and did not survive her injuries.

Limberger was part of an exchange program with Karlsruhe University of Applied Sciences in Germany. Prior to coming to Waterloo, Limberger helped host six Waterloo students this past summer at her university in Germany. While she was formally enrolled in the Faculty of Engineering here at Waterloo, Limberger also took classes in the Faculty of Environment’s School of Planning.

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Exclusive: Q&A with UN Development Guru John McArthur

John McArthur sitting

To kick-off the launch of the School of Environment, Enterprise and Development’s new Master of Development Practice program, I reached out to Dr. John McArthur for a Q&A session.

Thursday, October 4, 2012

UW's Unique Role In The Vision For A Sustainable Waterloo Region

suatainable waterloo logo

Undergraduate Services Coordinator Anna Beard weighs in on Sustainable Waterloo Region's newest Regional Carbon Initiative member, the University of Waterloo, bringing the number of member organizations to 50.

Wednesday, October 3, 2012

UW’s Fastest Growing Faculty Welcomes Newest Profs.

Derek Armitage working with First nations people

Thanks to several new graduate programs and record-setting levels of research funding, Environment has added nine new faculty members so far in this calendar year -- and is looking to add as many as eight more in the coming months.

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