This workshop is designed for those who wish to enhance the quality and command of their voice and speech for public speaking and everyday communication. Participants learn to breathe more freely and effectively, explore the tonal qualities of the voice, improve articulation, expand vocal and dynamic ranges and eliminate vocal patterns. A variety of exercises, games and relaxation techniques are used to undo inhibitions and physical tensions that sabotage a free and expressive speaking voice.
This one day course will provide a high level background on vegetation inventory and monitoring in the contents of settled and developed landscapes.
The Symposium brings together distinguished scholars from a variety of disciplines and regions of the world, as well as international policy intellectuals to discuss this ambitious initiative. It presents an opportunity to hear from prominent thinkers about the possibilities, the implications, and the challenges of constructing a new global governance architecture to implement such an initiative and to ensure its success.
Geoff Tansey will discuss the differing narratives - notably the 'productivity' vs.' 'sufficiency' narratives - which underlie differing approaches to creating a well-fed world. Solutions must look far beyond a focus in technology and production to achieve that goal. Key questions revolve around which of the various actors in the current dysfunctional food system is hungry for what - and how systemic change is needed to create just food systems that enable everyone to be well-fed.
Digital media is changing the world around us. The Global Business and Digital Arts program will teach you to maximize the power of digital media to help companies succeed in today's competitive global economy.
Open to high school students and their families, the Waterloo Stratford Campus Open House will feature an academic information session, tours of our state-of-the-art digital media campus and the chance to chat with staff, professors and students. Live streaming will also be available.
On Thursday, April 18th 2013, Professor Ratnesh Lal of the University of California San Diego will deliver a lecture titled "Emerging nanotechnology for nanomedicine: promises and prospects for effective diagnosis andtherapy".
This lecture is free and open to the public.
The stories of Juliet's costumes and their significance in relation to other costumes, Romeo's vision of 'true beauty', Canadian culture and politics, and the Western beauty myth.
Want to learn how to really use your iPhone or iPad for both work and
play? Then register now for a Rogers Trainer-to-Go program that provides
customers with hands on device training including, but not limited to:
- Using the phone features, email messaging, address book and calendar
- Navigating on your Apple device
- Personalizing your Apple device
- Apple device shortcuts and Tips and Tricks
Maurice B. Dusseault, Professor, Earth & Environmental Sciences, University of Waterloo
In the last decade, we learned that there are vast quantities of natural gas trapped in low permeability, fine-grained rocks that we call shale. Horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing at many locations along the well length were developed to unlock this gas. Now there is a glut of gas in North America, likely to last for over a decade. This technology is now also unlocking conventional oil trapped in fine-grained rock, called "shale oil" resources.
Maurice B. Dusseault, Professor, Earth & Environmental Sciences, Univeristy of Waterloo:
In the last decade, we learned that there are vast quantities of natural gad trapped in low permeability, fine-grained rocks that we call shale. Horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing at many locations along the well length were developed to unlock this gas.
Now there is a glut of gas in North America, likely to last for over a decade. This technology is now also unlocking conventional oil trapped in fine-grained rock, called "shale oil" resources.
April 13, 2013 on campuses across North America!
The Microsoft College Puzzle Challenge is an annual puzzle-solving competition held simultaneously on campuses across the U.S. and Canada.
Teams race to solve puzzles, with prizes (and glory!) going to the fastest teams at each location and overall.
Come join uWaterloo as we solve a challenge in MC RM 2017.
Leonard Enns, retiring Music professor at Conrad Grebel, will reflect on the question, "How can I keep from singing?"
uWaterloo Drama presents Lysistrata [After Dark], adapted and directed by Shaw Forgeron.
This play has been adapted from Aristophanes' original script Lysistrata which was written in 411 BC. This undergraduate thesis project has been produced and is performed by a group of talented theatre students from the UW Drama Department as part of their ongoing studies.
**Warning - Mature subject matter. Not suitable for children.**
The 7th Annual Waterloo Brain Day
Hosted by the Centre for Theoretical Neuroscience, Waterloo Brain Day will feature internationally recognized researchers from across North America.
Our distinguished speakers will address central aspects of Theoretical Neuroscience in the areas of philosophy, psychology, computation, and neuroscience.
UW Biomedical Seminar:
Professor Brian Tighe, Aston Biomaterials Unit, Aston Univeristy, UK Monday April 8th, 2:30 pm in DC-1304
All are welcome! Refreshments will be available.
If you'd like to meet with the speaker during his visit, please contact his host, Lyndon Jones.
Funding for this seminar series is provided by the Centre for Bioengineering and Biotechnology, as well as the Deans of Math and Science.
Title: Hydration and lubrication - Two important challenges for biomaterials development
During this session, we will discuss the LITE Seed and Full Grants and go over the application and review processes. We welcome hearing your questions and ideas during the session.
Music of Rimsky-Korsakov, Copland, Mozart and Handel performed by the university's own symphony orchestra.
Tickets are free.
Please contact the Theatre Box Office in Hagey Hall, (519) 888-4908
History Speakers Series 2012-2013
From Each Side of the Grand: The Six Nations of the Grand River and the Haldimand Treaty
Thursday April 4, 7-9pm, Dana Porter Library, Flex Lab (3rd floor)
5:45 pm - Hockey Game at Columbia Icefields Arena (puck drop at 5:45)
Post-game celebration at The Bomber (Bombshelter Pub, Student Life Centre)
All students, staff, faculty, alumni, and friends of the Faculty are welcome!
Adam Dickinson is a writer, researcher, and teacher whose work frequently explores intersections between poetry and science. His poems have appeared in literary journals in Canada and internationally as well as in anthologies such as Breathing Fire 2: Canada¹s New Poets, Post Prairie, The Shape of Content: Creative Writing in Mathematics and Science, and in Open Wide a Wilderness: Canadian Nature Poems. His book of poetry Cartography and Walking was short listed for an Alberta Book Award. His collection Kingdom, Phylum was a finalist for the 2007 Trillium Book Award for Poetry
The Gustav Bakos Observatory, named in honour of the first astronomer at the University of Waterloo, houses a twelve-inch telescope, which is located on the roof of the Physics building.
Engage in a condensed self-assessment process to uncover your preferred work tasks, fields of greatest interest, ideal work environment, and work-related activities.
Learn how to improve your performance in a job interview by out-preparing your competition and delivering great responses to the toughest questions.
Engineering students ...we want you...to nominate your most deserving TA for this award.
Please contact your class rep. for more details.
Ballots can be obtained from Eng. Soc., Engineering U/G Office or on the SFF website.
Please drop off your completed ballot/s to CPH 1320 reception before the end of lectures!