Through songs, stories, film, photos and music videos, NOMAD will take you on the journey of the Canadian Inuit over the last several thousand years shedding light on some of the psychological and cultural impacts of rapid change in the North.
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Bangishimo will be sharing their journey into the world of photography, how they created "On the Land" and some of the projects they are currently working on.
As part of the Water Institute's WaterTalks lecture series, Emily S. Huff, Assistant Professor, Department of Forestry, Michigan State University, will present: A holistic approach to monitoring abrupt environmental shifts in the Kluane Lake region.
WCGS welcomes visiting researcher Georg Marschnig (Universität Graz) on Tuesday, June 28, 2022 for a lecture and workshop on his work. Join us in HH 373 for his lecture, the workshop, or both!
Featuring Cellist and Composer Cris Derksen, the Andromeda Trio and premiering works by Cris Derksen and Karen Sunabacka
Held during the Indigenous Mennonite Encounters in Time and Place conference, attendees and the broader community are invited to attend this free concert, held at the Threate of the Arts, at the University of Waterloo.
Registration for the concert is required. Admission to the concert is free. We invite pay-as-you-can cash donations at the door to help cover expenses.
The Vision Science Graduate Research Conference is an annual event that allows our graduate students to showcase their research. This year our Larkworthy Memorial keynote is Anne Dagg! Please visit our event page for more details.
The science on climate change is clear – urgent action is required to deal with the increasing risks of a warming planet. So, what can we do? On April 27, join Professor Sarah Burch as she speaks with climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe, who The New York Times called “one of the nation's most effective communicators on climate change.” They’ll discuss strategies for scaling up individual and collective climate action, and how to navigate difficult conversations about our changing planet. They’ll also address your most pressing questions and weigh in on what we’re all wondering – is there hope?
Health system decision-making in a post COVID-19 Canada
The Office of Research is hosting the spring edition of Research Talks on Tuesday, April 26 from 12 - 1:30 p.m.
Guest speakers include: Helen Angus (Public Health Ontario), Dr. Sacha Bhatia (Ontario Health), John Hirdes (University of Waterloo), Anita Layton (University of Waterloo), David O’Toole (CIHI), Peter Wallace (Munk Institute of Global Affairs and Public Policy)
Measuring Quebecers' preferences for surface water quality
April 13, 2022 - 12:00 p.m. EST.
Jie He, Professor, Department of Economics, Université de Sherbrooke
Join us for a new webinar series highlighting state-of-the-art water valuation practices in Canada and identifying practitioners’ demand for information about the value of water.
The webinar series targets anyone from academia to non-government agencies and practitioners who are interested in better understanding the value of water in Canada from a broad social science perspective, and how this value is captured, acknowledged and integrated in Canadian water policy and decision-making.
Join UWaterloo CPI for their next CPI Talk!
Seny Kamara, Associate Professor of Computer Science at Brown University, discusses how cryptography has failed to address the needs of the disenfranchised and how this can be addressed.
CPI Talks are open and free to the general public. We encourage high school students and non-UWaterloo staff and students to join! No knowledge of cryptography is required.