Re-imagined into our modern, media-driven world, the uWaterloo Drama
production of Shakespeare's Richard III presents a fresh take on the nature of power and the manner in which public discourse is deployed, distorted, and manipulated in our highly mediated society.
Hey students, the Student Success Office has created a new online community in LEARN called MyPATH.
Students in Science and Arts are using this new tool now, but we want to hear from all students about how you think you might use a tool like this to navigate your path through university. What would be helpful to have in MyPATH? What is working well now? What are the key topics you would like to see?
Improve your performance in an academic job interview by practicing in a small group setting.
Increase the odds of getting what you want when negotiating salary and other details related to the job offer. NOTE: This workshop is geared towards graduating students.
The Program: May 3-June 18, 2014
Come and learn more about the Study in China Summer Program!
Students will take part in 5 weeks of classes at a top Chinese University plus 2 weeks traveling within China. Classes will be focused on Mandarin Chinese, plus lectures on topics including Chinese history, religion, political and economic systems, and comparisons between Chinese and Western cultures.
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.
This year WE Innovate will be held on Thursday, November 14 in the E5 Adel Sedra Student Design Centre. Presentations will be delivered to two audiences:
· 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. - UW undergraduate & high school students
Wondering where your Sociology degree could take you after graduation?
The Sociology Society is hosting an alumni event where four UW Sociology graduates will be coming in to speak about where their Sociology degree has led them! This event will provide the opportunity for Sociology students to participate in a comprehensive discussion panel. Students will also have the opportunity to ask questions and network one-on-one.
The Guelph Waterloo Physics Institute welcomes Dr. Herbert Levine of Rice University to present a public lecture titled, "Can physicists help defeat cancer? A story in the making."
For more information please visit uwaterloo.ca/science/events.