A conference open to ALL UW students regardless of faculty or major with professionals from assorted backgrounds and careers.
Each night features different professionals from assorted backgrounds and careers who are here to give you an idea of "what's next". Alongside these industry experts will be some of our very own Economics professors who want to show how their course materials can directly benefit you in your career endeavours.
The workshop provides a hands-on learning environment to explore using RefWorks (or other bibliographic management software) and any research database, with citation tracking and search alert capabilities, to maintain an accurate list of your own publications and track and collect citations of your work. The process will help you to identify the best citation tracking sources for your field, uses multiple sources to ensure all your work is tracked and maximizes citation counts. The workshop does not delve into author focused impact factors (e.g. h-index etc).
Tatham Centre: end of the building fee celebration
The end of a student fee? It’s unheard of! So it’s time to celebrate!
Peggy Jarvie, Executive Director, Co-operative Education & Career Action, and Adam Garcia, Vice President, Education, Federation of Students want to say a big thank you to the students who have contributed to the construction of the Tatham Centre, and invite all co-op students to join them for cake to celebrate the end of the TC building fee.
Join us anytime from 12:00-1:00 p.m.
A brief history
Drop in to the Student Life Centre from Monday to Thursday between 1-3pm and get extra tips on researching and writing papers.
We can help with:Database searching Essay organization Citations Topic development Thesis statements Grammar
Support provided in partnership between the Writing Centre and the Library.
John R. Kirtley, Stanford University
Scanning SQUID Microscopy of Topological Insulators
A Look Ahead: Panel on the Future of Energy Decarbonization in Canada presented by Climate Action Project and WISE.
UWaterloo Fine Arts presents Blank Slate, the 40th Annual Fourth Year Honours Undergraduate Exhibition, featuring artworks in various media by 33 students completing the fourth year studio course. Please join us for the opening reception on Thursday March 20 from 5:00- 8:00 pm.
What is good and evil?
Is ethics necessary? Why have all ethical paradigms fail to create a “good” society?
Do we need to be ethical at all?
Why do we cheat?
What is integrity?
Do we cheat because we are not ethical?
Play an instrument?
Love playing instruments and watching sports?
Well then, Warriors Band may just be what you're looking for. Come out to the Warriors Band's weekly practice. There are no auditions and some instruments are provided!
Don't worry if you can't make it this week, we practice every Thursday.
Same time, same place all term. PAC 1001 @ 5:30-7PM.
For more info: www.warriorsband.com
One in a series of five lectures being given by candidates for the endowed Diefenbaker Memorial Chair in German Literary Studies.
The Department of Drama and Speech Communication presents a new project exploring issues of mental health in the context of the troubling, and still emerging, story of Ashley Smith, a teenager who died at Grand Valley Institution for Women in 2007.