Join us at the Social Impact Showcase on July 23rd, where we will be celebrating the diversity of our GreenHouse innovators and their journeys in social innovation and entrepreneurship. We will be announcing grants for some early-stage, high-potential ideas, and the Social Impact Fund winners will be sharing their stories.
Please join us at the Shad Waterloo 2019 Open Day Exhibits and see displays and demonstrations of the design project solutions, lecture series, workshops, and recreation activities.
The design project theme this year is "How might we help Canadians impactfully reduce our waste?".
The repertoire this term includes several popular ballet overtures, as well as arias from Massenet, Gounud, Dvorak, Mozart, and Offenbach accompanied by local favourite sopranos Natasha Campbell and Autumn Wascher.
The Tsinghua-Waterloo Joint Forum on Advances in Energy and Environmental Technologies will bring together leading experts in the fields of sustainable energy management, novel energy production, biofuels, pollution mitigation, fuel cells, and next-generation rechargeable energy systems. The four-day Forum will include internationally renowned plenary speakers, scientific presentations on technological advances in energy, round-table discussions on research and entrepreneurship, and networking events.
If you haven’t explored the green spaces between the residences, Westmount Avenue, and Health Services in the Northwest corner of campus, you’re missing out. Women & non-binary faculty, post-docs, staff, and grad students are invited to a picnic (bring your own lunch) and a tour of a great lunchtime walking (or rolling or running) route.
Noon - Meet on Ring Road at the path to residences (across from PAC)
12:05 pm - Walk to picnic table and eat lunch
12:45 pm - Walk along path
1:00pm - End walk at the bridge to Health Services (HS)
This session will provide a simple overview of copyright, and the implications it has in your teaching. By the end of this session you will be better prepared to:
We invite you to participate in Kids Ability Discovery Lab hosted by GreenHouse and St Paul's University College.
As a participant, you will discover how you can improve quality of life for children with accessibility challenges and their caregivers.
During the lab, you'll learn about the child treatment system from a variety of stakeholders. Then learn skills in problem definition and ethical design to identify opportunities for innovation.
Food & transportation provided!
The Quantum Cryptography School for Young Students (QCSYS) will run August 9-16, 2019 with students arriving August 8 and departing August 17. Apply for QCSYS and discover how the physics and mathematics of quantum mechanics and cryptography merge into one of the most exciting topics in contemporary science – quantum cryptography.
In this session, participants will be introduced to copyright, and the rights and responsibilities they have when publishing their research. This session includes an introduction to: