Join other faculty interested in exploring our role in confronting the climate crisis and its multiple injustices, global and local. This meetup is an opportunity to consider actions we can take on campus and within our communities to ensure a just, climate-safe future.
Find us in the Boardroom on the second floor of the Grad House. Lunch is not provided, but you can order food at the bar or bring your own.
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The Indigenous Speakers Series proudly presents Jesse Thistle, Métis-Cree-Scot scholar, teacher, author -- and a Waterloo Arts alumnus. His work is focused on intergenerational and historic trauma of the Métis people, and also reflects on his own past struggles with addiction and homelessness.
WOMEN IN MATHEMATICS PRESENTS...The Chocolate Fountain Welcome Event for new female grad students, post docs, and faculty in Math. Build your connections over drinks, fruit, games, and a chocolate fountain.
Grad students, post-docs, and faculty, who identify as female or any under-represented gender in math/CS, are welcome.
Get a glimpse into the future of startups!
Just because you can’t make it to Toronto, doesn’t mean you can’t see the pitches! Come out to the viewing party to watch the Velocity Fund Pitch Competition with fellow entrepreneurial students. Feel free to bring popcorn as it will be quite the show, but we will take care of the pizza!
Join Larry Smith, Director and Founder of The Problem Lab, as he discusses how the absence of a careful problem analysis caused John Kennedy to make a disastrous decision about going to the moon and why this fiasco brought space exploration to a crawl. The alternative decision open to the President of the United States will be explored.
Join us for Overcoming Vision Loss, an informative and uplifting event for people with visual impairments and their family, friends and caregivers. Learn about eye conditions while discovering new ways to improve quality of life and maximize independence.
On September 21, we will celebrate the 5th Anniversary of the Kindred Credit Union Centre for Peace Advancement. We invite you to join us in remembering the impacts from the past five years, reconnecting with individuals and organizations that have collectively shaped our work, and re-imagining what it means to advance peace in Waterloo region beyond.
Please let us know you'll be attending by registering below.
Bring your lunch and your thoughts, and join our complexity discussion!
Through models of mentorship and faciliation we are looking to continue our emergent conversation(s) utilizing the framework of systems and complexity thinking, as we work to create a commond language and shared experience of community - the purpose of which is the very process itself.
Every other Monday in DC 1302 from 12-1:30 p.m.