The reMaker Society: Technology and Technics for an Indigenous Modernity
Speaker: Steve Quilley, Waterloo Institute for Complexity and Innovation
(WICI) Director of Development, Associate Professor in Social Innovation
Generation and the Department of Environment and Resource Studies in the Faculty of Environment at the University of Waterloo.
Kelly Richardson: This Island Earth
Hockey players, figure skaters, families and first time skaters alike are invited to lace up, come out and take to the ice at Columbia Icefield Arena for the University of Waterloo Community Skate Night in support of our 2013 United Way Campaign.
Enjoy an open skate, meet & greet with Warrior greats, UWaterloo fan pack door prizes plus silent auction surprises!
When: November 7, 2013 | 5:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Where: Columbia Icefield Arena (CIF)
University of Waterloo
Kelly Richardson: This Island Earth
Gallery One + Two
Ann Shin's latest book of poetry, The Family China, explores the history held in china as a domestic art object, in all its fragility. Also an
award-winning filmmaker and new media producer, she recently directed and produced the documentary Defector: Escape from North Korea.
Thanks to Brick Books for their support.
This year's Reading Series at St Jerome's is on the theme of Literartistry,
showcasing literature's dance with other artistic media.
All readings are free and open to the public.
In order to receive that job offer, you must prove your skills in the interview. Here is your opportunity to practise and improve.
NOTE: There is a prerequisite for this workshop. Please see chart for details.
The Wednesday Night Discussion Group (WNDG) has provided a safe and
confidential space for discussing sexual orientation and gender identity on
the University of Waterloo campus for four decades!
Need support? Have questions? Looking to socialize and meet new people? Come join members of the local rainbow community for an evening of engaging discussion.
Visit our webpage for details on the evening's topic of conversation.
A panel of experienced co-op students shares tips on finding and succeeding in your first co-op job.
Bring a paper copy of your résumé to this hands-on workshop targeting a few of the most challenging areas of résumé writing for junior students. NOTE: We do not have the facilities to print off résumés at the start of the workshop. There is a prerequisite for this workshop. Please see chart for details.
Faculty panel. Learn the best strategies to prepare for your next academic interview and hear from professors about what they are looking for in candidates.
A public lecture hosted by the University of Waterloo School of Pharmacy
Featured speaker: Lynn Cooper, President, Canadian Pain Coalition
Health Care Panel:
Dr. Kim Moore, Physician, Centre for Family Medicine
Barbara Coulston, Pharmacist, Centre for Family Medicine Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor, School of Pharmacy
Catherine Schill, Pharmacist, The Schill's Remedy's Rx, Adjunct
Clinical Assistant Professor, School of Pharmacy
Prepare for professional school interviews by practising in small groups. Learn strategies to improve performance and get tips on how to handle admission questions.
Learn how to improve your performance in the job interview by viewing and discussing taped excerpts of actual interviews. NOTE: There is a prerequisite for this workshop. Please see chart for details.
Hear briefly from the Office of Academic Integrity about why you need to reference your sources. Then learn how to manage your references, create bibliographies, and format your papers in a variety of citation styles from a Liaison Librarian using RefWorks, a web-based citation software freely available to all Waterloo students, faculty, and staff.
Listen. Debate. Have your say.
Featuring University of Waterloo researcher, Chris Eliasmith, and researchers from Algoma University, McMaster University, University of Ottawa, and University of Toronto, this free event is open to the general public. Moderated by journalist and broadcaster, Piya Chattopadhyay, What Matters Now is part of a province-wide discussion series featuring researchers from Ontario's universities.
The event will also be webcast live.
The current job market requires an assertive approach to finding work. Increase your chances of success by learning relevant networking and communication techniques.
The Grand River Community Métis Council & Infinite Reach is proud to
introduce the University of Waterloo to its Métis Community.
Come to this FREE CULTURAL EVENT to learn about your Métis community. Try your hand at Traditional Finger Weaving and listen to Métis Folk Music while you sip on some hot Cedar Tea, and taste some delicious Bannock.
This event is open to everyone.