Engineering Students ... please nominate your most deserving TA for the SFF Award. Please see class rep. for details. Additional ballots available online, in CPH 1320 or in EngSoc.
Grebel’s Hunsberger photo exhibit
Photo exhibit featuring David L. Hunsberger's iconic photos, providing glimpses into the experiences of community within Ontario Mennonites in the 50s and 60s.
Looking for a mid-day break?
As we celebrate Earth Week, join a team from the University of Waterloo to give our natural areas north of campus a little makeover. We will take a walk along the Laurel Trail, pick up garbage from a "litter hot spot" around Old Albert Park, and have a light lunch when we get back.
Computational Improvements/Adaptive Rearrangement Algorithm
The University of Waterloo, in partnership with the Kitchener Public Library, invites you to a public lecture discussing climate change with three leading researchers.
A Church in Dialogue: Pope Francis and the summons to ecumenical, inter-faith and cultural conversations
We must enter into dialogue with contemporary cultures, science, non-believers, and other religious traditions, argues Bishop Donald Bolen.
The Water Institute is pleased to be hosting our 3rd annual Research Symposium. This year’s symposium will be held April 30, 2015 and will showcase the breadth of Waterloo’s water research and provide an opportunity for organizations and individuals to interact with researchers and students.
The Water Institute is pleased to host Dr. Sunita Narain, Director General of the Centre for Science and Environment, India, as the Water Institute RBC Distinguished Lecturer.
Join us for the next Quantum Frontiers Distinguished Lecture Series when Dr. Sajeev John will talk about light-trapping crystals.
In a surprising and inspired collaboration, the Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony, Music Director Edwin Outwater, and the University of Waterloo’s Institute for Quantum Computing have created an exciting exploration of the parallels between music and science.
Waterloo Unlimited is a unique transdisciplinary high school enrichment program for high school students from across Canada at the University of Waterloo. It's not quite like anything you've ever done before. It's about challenging the borders of scholarship and developing higher-order skills: communication, analysis, synthesis, initiative, curiosity, responsibility, leadership, teamwork and creativity. It's about open-ended learning. It's about you, and your love of learning. We don't want to focus on a single discipline; we're more excited about integrating knowledge across disciplines.
Location: DC 1302 Notes: registration is required.
You are welcome to arrive at 8:45am for complimentary coffee and pastries.
Join us at the Institute for Quantum Computing for a two-week introduction to the theoretical and experimental study of quantum information processing. Application deadline January 12, 2015.
Public lecture by Dr. Krysta Svore, Microsoft Research
The workshop aims at bringing together researchers from quantum computing and classical programming languages.
Discover the unique and beautiful works of University Choir's interpretations of bluegrass music!
Come join us for a wonderful Sunday evening concert, with delicious Grebel refreshments to follow.
Join us at the NanoMRI Conference to discuss the varied approaches to imaging spins on the nanometer scale. We will explore applications to the physical and biological science as well as quantum information.
The Quantum Cryptography School for Young Students (QCSYS) is an exciting eight-day enrichment program for high school students hosted by the Institute for Quantum Computing at the University of Waterloo. QCSYS will run August 7-14, 2015 with students arriving August 6 and departing August 15.
The International QKD Summer School is a five-day program focused on theoretical and experimental aspects of quantum communication with a focus on quantum cryptography.
Location: EV1 241 Notes: Open to faculty (registration is required).
Description: The Instructional Skills Workshop is a 24 hour series of microteaching sessions (held over 3 or 4 days) with peer feedback. It leads to a widely-recognized Certificate and includes instruction in learning theories as well as considerable application and practice.