University of Waterloo Art Gallery exhibit features large-scale paintings by Canadian artist Matthew Carver reflecting his observations about increasingly militarized police presence at public gatherings and protests around the world.
Gallery One, ECH 1239, 519-888-4567 ext. 36741, uwag.uwaterloo.ca
University of Waterloo Art Gallery photography and video exhibit recording aspects of daily life in modern Russia.
Gallery Two, ECH 1239, 519-888-4567 ext. 36741, uwag.uwaterloo.ca
Macbeth is Shakespeare's shortest play and most popular tragedy. Shakespeare's approach to a swifter kind of action should leave the audience no time to think. Its intensity is most vividly realized in the play's language and through its repeated words and images. Shakespeare is writing about corrupted power, violence, and the relationship between the dark and light forces. He evokes this through one of his greatest creations - the character of Macbeth - a difficult but willing commitment to darkness.
Co-operative Education and the Centre for Career Action are organizing a photo contest for students who have worked in the USA. The winning submissions will be on display during International Education Week.
Waterloo International is holding a contest to test your knowledge and geography skills. Waterloo International will name a place and contestants will have to guess where it. The winner will receive a $150 Retail Services gift certificate. This event is open to students, staff and faculty. This event is part of International Education Week.
Waterloo International invites you to the International Study Abroad Fair.
View incoming and outgoing student display booths, and listen to their international experiences. This event is part of International Education Week.
Annual UW Retirees Association Fall Luncheon
Thursday, November 15, 11:30 a.m. (cash bar), 12:00 (lunch), tickets $27; presentation by Chris Redmond on "Writing at Waterloo: Memorable Moments from my Career as a Communicator".
For more information, call 519-888-0334 or visit http://retirees.uwaterloo.ca/~reweb/events.html
Learn from Nina Juncewicz, U.S. Immigration Attorney, about options available to graduating students to work in the U.S.
Learn from a panel of faculty members and graduate students about international research projects. Find out how they got started, what they learned, and hear about international funding agencies. Bring your own lunch - water will be provided. Learn from a panel of faculty members and graduate students about international research projects. Find out how they got started, what they learned, and hear about international funding agencies. Bring your own lunch - water will be provided.
Are you feeling undecided about a major or thinking of changing your major? Learn effective steps to find a major that fits with your interests, abilities, and values.
Information session about international exchanges available though the Faculty of Math. This event is part of International Education Week.
WE Innovate is the year's biggest showcase of Waterloo Engineering innovation. Our world class researchers will be displaying emerging research in engineering - cutting edge technology that will shape the world of tomorrow.
Industry partners, students and anyone passionate about innovation is welcome to attend. The event will be hosted in the student design centre of Engineering 5 on campus. Last year's event showcased more than 50 exhibitors.
Light refreshments will be served.
An introduction to digital photography to start you on the path to taking a making a great image no matter what your subject. We will discuss such topics as image quality, lighting and composition, exposure settings and modes, and basic image processing and workflow.
Dr. Lloyd Axworthy presents, "Indigenous Peoples and the Search for Human Security". As the current President and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Winnipeg, Dr. Lloyd Axworthy is leading the effort to improve access to post-secondary education for Aboriginal students. He is perhaps best known for a 27-year political career which included several high-profile cabinet postings – most notably five years as Canada's Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Join us for a Studio 180 production of ŒThe Normal Heart at the Buddies in Bad Times Theatre.
Fun Fact: Studio 180 is a theatre group that originated at uWaterloo, and is named after a room number in Hagey Hall where they first began collaborating.
In honour of the group's 10th anniversary, uWaterloo alumni are invited to experience this nationally acclaimed performance.