Research Ethics will be offering drop-in sessions throughout January, February, March and April to answer questions related to the ethics process, including submitting, renewing, and amending an application. Come prepared with your questions and a laptop.
These sessions are for faculty and students and will take place in the Dana Porter Library (study booth on the main floor) from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. every Wednesday, beginning January 8 and ending April 29, 2020.
This session of Waterloo Women's Wednesdays features talks by two faculty members whose research explores the use of digital storytelling by marginalized groups. All women and non-binary grad students, post-docs, staff, and faculty members are invited to attend.
Bass Daniel Lichti, tenor James McLean, and pianist Anna Ronai are well known to local audiences. Their program includes duets by Mendelssohn, Schumann, Balfe and Rossini.
Meet Jean Becker, UWaterloo’s first senior director of Indigenous initiatives, in conversation with Lori Campbell, director of the Waterloo Indigenous Student Centre.
What makes an idea a business?
This Bell Let's Talk Day, join the movement. Join us in a conversation about mental health and how we can create change. Hosted by Jack.org, trained speakers will equip audiences to spark conversations, look out for each other, and end the silence around mental health.
Before, during, and after this event, Peer Health Education and Active Minds UWaterloo will host display booths for #Bellletstalk day and mental health awareness.
A presentation on stalking and dating violence.
For over a decade, Julie S. Lalonde was stalked by a former partner that she met in high school. Drawing on her experience, years of advocacy with other survivors and academic research on the causes and enablers of stalking, this keynote will give participants concrete tools to challenge unhealthy relationship dynamics; in themselves and others.
Talking about consent doesn't need to be awkward! Through a conversation with SASC on what consent is, what barriers exist in creating a culture of consent, and how to apply consent practices in sexual and non-sexual contexts, participants will learn ways to incorporate consent into their daily practices.
Light refreshements will be provided!
Are you an engineering student or recent grad whose wondering about your future career as a female engineer? Do you know about the requirements for becoming a P.Eng?
Join us on Thursday January 30 2020 from 6-8pm for an evening of speakers, discussion and networking with PEO- Grand River Chapter to learn all about the P.Eng process.
Our special guest speaker, Tricia Smith, P.Eng. is the Manager of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering at WalterFedy. She is a UWaterloo alumni who graduated from the Mechatronics program.
Are you a co-op student looking to spend a work term in a unique and exciting environment? Come hear from previous startup co-ops as they share their experiences working in Canada’s most productive incubator! Three students who worked for companies in the Velocity Incubator will share the ups, downs, and day to day life in a startup.
Be sure to come out and get a leg up on the competition!