The Sikh Students Association at UWaterloo will be tying turbans on students, faculty, staff and anyone else who wants to get the experience of wearing a turban.
Come join this free event designed to raise awareness about the Sikh community.
Join us in person or via webcast for a special series of Mini Town Halls to learn what it will take to move Waterloo’s eight strategic priorities from paper to practice.
Hosted by Feridun Hamdullahpur, president and vice-chancellor of University of Waterloo, each town hall offers the opportunity to:
The UW Political Science Students Association (PSSA) presents an exciting discussion panel on recent political developments in Ukraine, including ongoing issues in the Crimea region.
This week's interdisciplinary panel will feature dynamic speakers from UW's Political Science, Germanic & Slavic Studies, and History departments Dr. John Jaworsky, Dr. Tetyana Reichert, and Dr. Alexander Statiev.
Why do we compete with each other?
Is competition necessary to excel?
Is competition natural? What is the effect of competition on individuals and the society?
Can the right education be based on competition?
One in a series of five lectures being given by candidates for the endowed Diefenbaker Memorial Chair in German Literary Studies.
Dr. Steven Nolt is Professor of History at Goshen College in Indiana. He has published and presented widely on the Amish in the United States, past and present. He most recent co-authored book is The Amish, published by Johns Hopkins University Press, 2013.