UW Fine Arts and the UWAG present MFA THESIS 1 featuring the exhibitions "Turf & Twig" by Amanda Rhodenizer in Gallery One and "The Jackalope in the Room" by Megan Green in Gallery Two.
Please join us for the public reception on Thursday, April 10 from 5:00-8:00 pm.
The WIN Nano Graduate Student Seminar Series provides an opportunity for nanotechnology graduate students of WIN members to present and discuss their research, to help foster knowledge exchange and dialogue between researchers and across disciplines.
Every Tuesday, 12:30-1:30pm, in the QNC 1501 seminar room, two students will each give a 20 minute talk, followed by a 10 minute discussion on each presentation.
This seminar is free and open to the public!
Looking at how the Canadian Index of Wellbeing can track the wellbeing of Ontarians to ensure better health and quality of life outcomes for all.
Research Symposium 2014 showcases the breadth of Waterloo’s water research and provides an opportunity for organizations and individuals to interact with researchers and students.
Dr. Peter Gleick, President and Co-founder, Pacific Institute, will deliver the Water Institute 2014 Distinguished Lecture: "The Past, Present and Future of the World's Water".
Join us as we celebrate the official opening of our new child care facility at the University of Waterloo.
The University of Waterloo, the Bright Starts Board of Directors and Executive Director, Stacey Reid, are pleased to announce the opening of the Bright Starts Cooperative Early Leaning Centre.
Orientation is an opportunity for the University of Waterloo to officially welcome new students and showcase our faculties, residences, affiliated institutions, support services and people.
Spring Orientation is a week-long program designed to introduce new students to all aspects of University life.
Join us as we share our campus experience and foster pride and connection to the University of Waterloo community.
WatRISQ Seminar called "Multi-period Mean Variance Asset Allocation: Is it Bad to Win the Lottery?"
Presenter: Prof. Peter Forsyth
Speaker: Peter Forsyth, Professor, David R. Cheriton School of Computer Science University of Waterloo, Ontario
Harm from Wind Turbines, What has been known for Decades. A review of research on the effects of Low Frequency/Infrasound on people and animals.
The Observatory is open for public tours usually on the first Wednesday of each month, offering a chance to look through the university's telescope. This will be preceded by a short talk on astronomy (around 30 minutes) plus an opportunity to ask questions, followed by a tour of the dome.
Learn more about UWaterloo services and how you can get involved on campus.
Waterloo Institute for Complexity and Innovation (WICI) presents Open Source Ecology: Towards the Open Source Economy by Marcin Jakubowski.
Marcin Jakubowski is the founder of Open Source Ecology, an open collaborative of engineers, producers, and builders developing the Global Village Construction Set (GVCS).
Violinist Elena Denisova and her husband, pianist Alexei Kornienko were some of the musicians selected by the Austrian Ministry of Foreign Affairs to perform a commemoration concert internationally. They are superb artists who commissioned their colleagues Dieter Kaufmann and Maximilian Kreuz to compose some pieces for them. This concert coincides with a commemoration exhibit about Bertha von Suttner, entitled “A Life for Peace” in the Grebel Gallery.
Dr. Yasmin Saikia is the Hardt-Nickachos Chair in Peace Studies and Professor of History at the Center for the Study of Religion and Conflict at Arizona State University. Her recent book Women, War and the Making of Bangladesh: Remembering 1971 (2011) has won numerous awards and been the subject of an international speaking tour.
You and your family are invited to join us on this special visit day for students who have received an Offer of Admission to the University of Waterloo.
Between 10 am and 2 pm, you'll have the opportunity to meet professors, staff, and students who can answer your last-minute questions about the University.
While you're here, take a walking tour of campus and speak with our Student Ambassadors about their personal "Waterloo experience."
Visit your residence of choice and get answers to all of your questions about living at Waterloo.
USEQIP is a two-week program on the theoretical and experimental study of quantum information aimed primarily at students completing their third undergraduate year. The lectures and experiments are geared toward students in engineering, physics, chemistry, mathematics and computer science.
Sound in the Land 2014 will explore music and the environment while discovering new Mennonite perspectives. Join us for the entire conference or experience some of the various concerts planned for the public.
The purpose of the Canadian Obesity Student Meeting (COSM) is to bring together students and new professionals with a common interest in topics surrounding obesity research, including (but not limited to) prevention, treatment and management across all age groups and a diversity of populations. The COSM provides a platform for individuals to showcase research, learn about current "hot topics", collaborate and network across a wide variety of fields and to increase awareness of the broad scope of career and research opportunities pertaining to obesity.
Help celebrate the completion of Grebel's new building!
Tour the music classroom and studios, be welcomed in the new main entrance, see the community education and seminar rooms, visit the Milton Good Library and Mennonite Archives of Ontario space, as well as the MSCU Centre for Peace Advancement.
Our Present Future: Being an Intercultural Learning Community with Roberson Mbayamvula - Pastor at Hagerman Mennonite Church, Markham.
Tickets available at grebel.ca/lebold or call 519-885-0220 x24217.
Come and explore the Capstone Design Symposium for Architecture!
Location and times to be confirmed closer to the event.
The Quantum Cryptography School for Young Students (QCSYS) is a unique, week-long enrichment program for students. The school offers an interesting blend of lectures, hands-on experiments and group work focused on quantum cryptography — a cutting-edge field that utilizes the fascinating laws of quantum mechanics to develop unbreakable encryption that protects communication.