Thank you to all of our faculty, staff, and retirees for their tireless efforts and dedication supporting the Faculty of Environment.
What is the Keystone Campaign?
The Keystone Campaign inspires the campus community to engage in philanthropy. Every year, our family of faculty, staff and retirees volunteer countless hours on campus and donate more than $1 million to support the University of Waterloo.
Meet some of our keystone donors
The following donor and student profiles highlight the importance of supporting the Keystone Campaign.
Joining the Faculty of Environment in 2015, Maryam Latifpoor-Keparoutis has quickly become an integral part of Advancement on campus. Her support of UWaterloo extends far beyond her role, in her outlook, as a representative of the University, and in her donations through the keystone campaign.
Becoming Dean in 2015, Jean Andrey has long been a firm supporter of the University. After teaching for over 25 years in the Faculty of Environment, Jean knows better than anyone the importance and impact of supporting the University and the Faculty.
After her more than 30-year career, retiree Barbara Yeaman remains emphatic about supporting Waterloo. "Waterloo is still a young institution with a modern outlook on education," she says. "It emphasises outreach and has become a remarkable presence in today's global society."
Whether you’re passionate about helping students in financial need, you wish to support a special research project, or the University’s highest priority, your gifts make a tangible difference on campus. Thank you.