There could not be a more delightful way to spend a summer evening. Three different chamber groups of talented students will perform classical music in the Conrad Grebel Chapel. Selections include:
Trio No. 1 in D minor by Felix Mendelssohn
Trio No. 1 in B flat major by Franz Schubert
Trio K. 498 'Kegelstatt' by W. A. Mozart
The Velocity Fund is a pitch competition, held three times a year, for startups and aspiring entrepreneurs to win a share of $130,000 in funding. Join us for the Velocity Fund Finals on July 25 from 11:00am – 3:00pm.
We encourage you to register to reserve your spot in the audience today!
Environment 101 Day is a free event for all incoming undergraduate Environment students and their families. Join us on Thursday, July 26, 2018 to find the path to success during your first year at Waterloo. Registration opens June 1, 2018.
Please join us at the SHAD Waterloo 2018 Open Day Exhibits and see exhibits and demonstrations of the design project solutions, lecture series, workshops, and recreation activities.
The design project theme this year is "How might we help Canadian communities be more resilient in a natural disaster?".
The Quantum Cryptography School for Young Students (QCSYS) is a unique, eight-day enrichment program for students hosted by the Institute for Quantum Computing (IQC) at the University of Waterloo. QCSYS will run August 10-17, 2018 with students arriving August 9 and departing August 18.
The school offers an interesting blend of lectures, hands-on experiments and group work focused on quantum cryptography — a cutting-edge field that utilizes the fascinating laws of quantum mechanics to develop unbreakable encryption that protects communication.
Chris Ferrie will take you through a historical journey of his own coming of age with digital software and what that experience has granted him.
Discover the University of Waterloo’s School of Architecture in Cambridge (former Riverside Silk Mill) and the Brubacher House Museum located at the University of Waterloo’s main campus in Waterloo at an open house as part of Doors Open Waterloo Region 2018.
Cities are fundamental to our society, and more than half the world’s population now lives in urban areas. But cities are not static entities and change is one of their key constants. How did cities become so important to contemporary life, economics and culture?
This illustrated talk will look at the 1850 Brubacher House in the context of the University of Waterloo’s 1000-acre campus, explaining its historical role as a Mennonite farmhouse, the reasons for its preservation, and the role of the Region of Waterloo, the University, and the Mennonite community in its restoration.
Every year, on September 21, the world celebrates the International Day of Peace.
Peace Week began when Conrad Grebel University College initiated a series of community events for the week surrounding the International Day of Peace. Since 2017, we have been opening up this initiative to Kitchener-Waterloo and beyond.