Waterloo Unlimited is a unique transdisciplinary high school enrichment program for high school students from across Canada at the University of Waterloo. It's not quite like anything you've ever done before. It's about challenging the borders of scholarship and developing higher-order skills: communication, analysis, synthesis, initiative, curiosity, responsibility, leadership, teamwork and creativity. It's about open-ended learning. It's about you, and your love of learning. We don't want to focus on a single discipline; we're more excited about integrating knowledge across disciplines.
The students of the Amsterdam cohort in the Knowledge Integration program invite you to experience the culmination of our third-year design project: The Museum Course.
Engineering Students ... please nominate your most deserving TA for the SFF Award. Please see class rep. for details. Additional ballots available online, in CPH 1320 or in EngSoc.
Learn how LinkedIn, the professional social networking site, can help you to create an effective online presence, build professional networks, and search for jobs. NOTE: This workshop is intended for students who have limited experience with LinkedIn.
The Water Institute is pleased to host a lecture by Dr. Sheila Olmstead, LBJ School of Public Affairs, University of Texas at Austin and Visiting Fellow, Resources for the Future
Dr. Olmstead's lecture is titled: Water resources and climate change adaptation: An economist’s perspective
Learn strategies for working successfully in Canadian culture. Topics covered will include cultural intelligence, communication styles, and workplace professionalism.
If you plan to attend this workshop, please register on the event web page.
by: Professor Sheldon Lin, Department of Statistical Sciences, University of Toronto
Dr. Kevin P. Gallagher, Associate Professor of Global Development Policy, Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies, Boston University, shows how emerging markets were able to re-regulate cross-border finance in the wake of the financial crisis, and carve out more space for such regulations in international institutions such as the IMF and the G-20—despite the fact that they remain underdogs in the global financial system.
Pascal Lectures on Christianity and the University
For Co-op and Graduating Students - ALL - MATH faculty, ALL - ENG faculty
Please register if you will be attending this session or cancel the session if you have registered for this and no longer want to attend it.