Students from the Department of Fine Arts will present a performance piece titled "MOTUS". The performance is a collaborative project that applies aspects of music, dance, digital media, visual art and literature to create a multi-dimensional experience.
Admission is free, however, donations to help support the Button Factory and future performances are kindly accepted.
Campus colleagues and friends are invited to come and wish Jenny well in her retirement on December 15 from 2 - 4 p.m. at MKV. Remarks will begin at 2:30 p.m.
Waterloo This-Idea-Must-Die Day
The University of Waterloo Cognitive Science program examines what concepts and theories are blocking progress in understanding mind, brain and intelligence?
A series of presentations followed by selected research groups pitching their ideas for commercialization to a panel of expert investors. Registration is required for audience members and research groups who wish to give a pitch.
Explore pivotal moments that shaped Canada’s innovation university in a new book by Kenneth McLaughlin, distinguished professor emeritus.
Management Sciences will host Timothy Chan from University of Toronto as he delivers his seminar: Goodness-Of-Fit in Inverse Optimization.
The Waterloo Institute for Nanotechnology (WIN) presents a seminar by Dr Carole Rossi, Research Director of the Laboratoire d'Analyse et d'Architecture des Systèmes (LAAS-CNRS), Université de Toulouse, France.
Join us for Session Three presentations by Shakil Choudhury, Educator and Consultant, Anima Leadership, Nancy Kelly, retired Lutheran pastor, and Louisa D'Amata, a news reporter from the The Record and member of the local Jewish community.
The Waterloo Institute for Nanotechnology (WIN) presents a seminar by Dr Tsun-Kong (T.K.) Sham, Canada Research Chair in Materials and Synchrotron Radiation and Chemistry Professor at Western University, Canada.
The University's orchestra of students, staff, faculty and alumni performs Berlioz's Symphonie Fantastique, as well as selections from Bizet's Carmen Suite, and more.
Why is our region, our city, a university, a public library and more named after a tiny farming village in Belgium? Why does the name Wellington appear in towns and on street signs all over Ontario? How did a bloody battle 200 years ago capture the popular imagination?
Join us for an inspiring afternoon as members of the St. Paul's GreenHouse social impact incubator showcase their ideas and how they are making a difference. We’ll be announcing grants for some early-stage, high-potential ideas, and the Social Impact Fund winners will present their projects.
The Waterloo Institute for Nanotechnology (WIN) presents a Distinguished Lecture by Dr Kang L. Wang, Distinguished Professor and Raytheon Chair Professor in Physical Science and Electronics in the Electrical Engineering Department of the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), United States.
Has someone blogged about your research? Has someone tweeted about your work? Was your article mentioned on Facebook? Representing the concept alternate (or alternative) metrics, altmetrics encompass methods of evaluating and discovering scholarly work through the use of open data and social media sources.
A presentation about the Peer Success Coaches and their role in supporting the academic success of students at the University of Waterloo.
The Bookstore Concourse Sale will be on December 1 and 2 in South Campus Hall. The sale will include many Holiday books, as well as Kids' Books, Academic books and Mystery books!
MASTERS - Public Service, MASTERS - Political Science, MATH - Information Technology Management, ARTS - Political Science, ARTS - Human Resources Management, ARTS - Financial Management, ARTS - Digital Arts Communication, ARTS - Arts & Business
Revel in art and technology while learning about the value of light through interactive installations at THEMUSEUM presented in partnership by the University of Waterloo, UWaterloo’s student chapter of The Optical Society, and the Institute for Quantum Computing.