“Imaging Lipids in the Vulnerable Brain”
Shawn Whitehead, PhD Assistant Professor, Depts. Anatomy and Cell Biology; Clinical Neurological Sciences, Western University
Join Waterloo International for two sessions presented by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD). This will be an opportunity to find out more about funding opportunities in Germany.
Are you interested in hearing significant Canadian writers talk about how their writing sensibilities, their careers, and their Mennonite heritage intersect? Conrad Grebel University College is pleased to present “Mennonite/s Writing 2014-2015,” a seven session reading series showcasing new work by some of the most prominent authors in the field, including: Rudy Wiebe, Jeff Gundy, Miriam Toews, Patrick Friesen, Di Brandt, David Bergen, and Carrie Snyder.
If the harm done by pornography and the social threat it represents are so clear and obvious, then why are the arguments made against it so uniformly bad?
Mark Redwood from IDRC will share success stories, lessons about the limits of adaptation projects, as well as insights on areas of the climate change adaptation agenda that are not currently adequately addressed.
Join the University of Waterloo for a discussion exploring the social, cultural, and political forces behind violent extremism and security in Canada and abroad.
Speaker: Ben Thompson (University of Waterloo)
"Learning to See with a “Lazy Eye”; Harnessing Visual Cortex Plasticity to Treat Amblyopia"
This workshop focuses on preparing an online application for a Post-Graduation Work Permit. This application must be submitted to Citizenship & Immigration Canada (CIC) within 90 days of completion of degree requirements. This workshop is best suited for students who will be completing their program as of December 2014 or have recently convocated in October 2014 and intend to work in Canada.
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, starting Sept 9th through until Nov 25th, from 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.
Visit the SCH Concourse on Tuesday, November 25 and Wednesday November 26 from 9:30 am-5:30 pm to take part in the Waterloo Store Monster Event! There will be many exclusive items and specials you won't find anywhere else!
For Co-op Students - CA - Chartered Accounting, ARTS - Accounting & Financial Management
Speaker: David Panko, Managing Director, Automated Execution Group, TD Securities
Please join friends, family, and colleagues as we celebrate the life of Alex Foto on November 22 at St. Paul’s. Alex was a standout student entering her second year of International Development, a tireless and devoted Waterloo Warrior cheerleader, and an incoming residence Don recognized for her leadership and passion for helping others.
Come join the fun at the Waterloo West Neighbourhood Fest
The Third Annual Waterloo West Neighbourhood Fest is a free, drop-in event organized and delivered by University of Waterloo students in partnership with the Stork Family YMCA and Harper Library.
Join Smart Solutions for their 6th annual Talk Change conference at the University of Waterloo on November 22nd. This year’s theme is “Innovative Health in Developing Countries” which will feature technologies and social enterprises that are contributing to sustainability in developing countries.
Enjoy a night full of passionate singing and exciting performances by the UW A Cappella Club on November 21st and 22nd at 7:30pm. You don’t want to miss this event! Doors open at 7:00pm.
In the Spring and Summer of 2014, Andrew Wong returned to Nunavut for a second time to learn about Inuit culture and the way of life in the Arctic. Andrew will share photos, stories and learnings from his recent work in Igloolik, Nunavut.
Sue Anne Campbell, Department of Applied Math, UWaterloo on "Population density methods, the mean field approach and application to hippocampal microcircuity".
The Faculty of Environment is proud to announce the latest installment of our exciting free speaker series.
Please join us Friday November 21, 2014 for a free lecture on the environment presented by experts in our faculty.
Complimentary lunch will also be served at 12pm.
Be sure to join the conversation using #envlecture
Sarah Sharp, Linux kernel developer, will speak about the technical, social, and cultural challenges getting involved in Linux development.