Join us for the next Quantum Frontiers Distinguished Lecture Series when Dr. Sajeev John will talk about light-trapping crystals.
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.
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.
Seminar Speaker: Professor Xinfu Chen, Department of Mathematics, University of Pittsburgh
We must enter into dialogue with contemporary cultures, science, non-believers, and other religious traditions, argues Bishop Donald Bolen.
The Let’s Talk Science Challenge is a competition that is run across Canada by various Let’s Talk Science sites, spearheaded by the Let’s Talk Science National Office.
This year the University of Waterloo will be welcoming 60 teams of grade 6-8 students registered to compete in a fun day of science challenges.
The University of Waterloo, in partnership with the Kitchener Public Library, invites you to a public lecture discussing climate change with three leading researchers.
Computational Improvements/Adaptive Rearrangement Algorithm
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.
George Gross, Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
A panel of media and academia experts will speak at an upcoming research forum organized by the Renison Research Committee.
Location: EV1 241
Description: The Learn User Group event provides an opportunity for instructors to see examples of innovative ways that other faculty members are using LEARN on campus. Two instructors will present activities that they have created for their students in LEARN. They will discuss why incorporating the activities into an online environment enhanced the learning experience for their students and share their own experiences of creating and facilitating these activities.
Please join us for a free screening and discussion of MISFIT!
2015 UW Retirees Association Spring Luncheon
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.
University of Waterloo TD Discovery Day in Health Sciences, presented in partnership with The Canadian Medical Hall of Fame, is a day of hands-on workshops to help grade 10 and 11 high school students explore the wide variety of careers in the field of health sciences.
This year’s event features a keynote lecture from Dr. Jan Christilaw.
The day wraps up with a "Health Pros Tell All" career panel featuring Waterloo alumni, staff, and faculty working in the field of health sciences.
The University of Waterloo's Department of English Language and Literature presents: Feedback, Fedback, Feedforward, the first annual exhibition and symposium of the Experimental Digital Media graduate program.
Location: MC 4040 Notes: registration is required.
James Miller is Professor of Chinese Religions and Director of the Interdisciplinary Graduate Program in Cultural Studies at Queen’s University, Kingston.
Fine Arts offers free life drawing sessions. Supervised, non-instructional drawing sessions with the unclothed model. Bring your own drawing board and paper. Easels are provided.
The brain is a horrendously complex and poorly understood system that poses both an immense challenge -- and possibly rich rewards -- to neuroscientists, psychologists, philosophers, and computer scientists. To celebrate Waterloo's Centre for Theoretical Neuroscience, which integrates these approaches to the brain, and to highlight the already established Cognitive Science Program, we have invited four internationally renowned speakers to present generally accessible lectures from each of these perspectives.
Join us in celebrating the culture of youth-led social entrepreneurship on campus at the University of Waterloo as we showcase GreenHouse students who will receive grants from the Social Innovation Fund.
"The French colonial edifice, like so many others, was an empire of exceptions, achieved by slow aggregation. If we take up Frederick Cooper’s invitation, itself inspired by James Scott, to 'think like an Empire,' then we also have to grapple with the differentiation that empires presented, and its legacies."