Art Exhibit by Ray Dirks
Organizational & Human Development (OHD) offers 12 Workshops within the Student Leadership Certificate Program (SLP). To register for an SLP Workshop simply visit www.ohd.uwaterloo.ca/students and select one of the displayed dates and times listed for the current registration period; or log on to LEADS and view the Student Leadership Program Events page.
UWAG hosts two visually arresting art exhibitions featuring artwork by Zeke Moores and Kelly Jazvac.
Waterloo Unlimited is a unique transdisciplinary high school enrichment program for high school students from across Canada at the University of Waterloo.
On Thursday, November 13th, 2014, 3-4pm at QNC 1501, Dr Mario Leclerc, Canada Research Chair in Electroactive and Photoactive Polymers, and Professor at Université Laval, Canada, will deliver a seminar entitled "New Polymerization Methods for Plastic Electronics".
“Genetic and Metabolic Engineering of Clostridium pasteurianum for Production of Butanol as a Renewable Biofuel”
Michael Pyne, PhD, Post-Doctoral Fellow, University of Waterloo
Cancer is the leading cause of death worldwide. Dietary supplements are consumed by three out of every four healthy Canadians. Although there is a lot of media attention on the use of dietary supplements, many questions remain.
Bechtel Lectures in Anabaptist and Mennonite Studies with Jeff Gundy from Bluffton University.
Dr. Jeff Gundy will be presenting the Bechtel lectures this year on Thursday and Friday November 13th and 14th. Reception to follow the lecture on Thursday.
Written by Oscar Wilde
Directed by Stewart Arnott
Performances: November 13 - 15th, 2014 at 7:30 p.m.
High School Student Matinees: November 12th & 14th at 12 p.m. Optional seminar at 10:00. Contact Janelle Rainville firstname.lastname@example.org to book.
Venue: Theatre of the Arts, Modern Languages Building
This wonderfully absurd farce is still considered one of the truly great comedies in the English language almost 120 years after its debut in London. Oscar Wilde's masterpiece, which he called “A Trivial Comedy for Serious People”, is a subversive and cockeyed mirror held up to English society in the late Victorian era that still manages to reflect back on us in the 21st century.