Revel in art and technology while learning about the value of light through interactive installations at THEMUSEUM presented in partnership by the University of Waterloo, UWaterloo’s student chapter of The Optical Society, and the Institute for Quantum Computing.
Join our athletics and recreation department for a number of events to raise awareness and funds in support of the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation, Ontario Region.
Schedule of events:
Waterloo Unlimited is a unique enrichment opportunity for high school students in grades 10, 11, and 12. Offered during the school year, Unlimited brings together curious, motivated, well-rounded teens from across the country.
Grade 12 students can expect an immersive, pre-university experience including an introduction to the art and science of reading academic papers, an opportunity to explore cutting-edge discoveries with professors, and the chance to engage with current student researchers.
Application to apply due October 9, 2015.
Speaker: Dr. Allison McGeer
Very few people believe that the earth is flat, but many people believe that vaccines cause autism. This talk will use the frame of vaccines to talk about science and the interaction between science, belief and public policy. Why is it so hard to interpret and apply scientific evidence about vaccination?
Colloquium Series 2015-2016
Speaker: Paul Cisek, University of Montreal
Title of Talk: The Neural Dynamics of Dynamic Decisions
November 16-22 is Restorative Justice Week.
Did you know this worldwide movement, which is now practiced in over 50 countries, began just outside of Waterloo? Creating change in our legal system, this movement has a simple idea and very interesting story behind it.
Join us and Community Justice Initiatives - The Just Community on November 20 for a screening of the short documentary film The Elmira Case, featuring guest speakers and room for questions!
The University of Waterloo's Theatre and Performance program presents the Canadian play Unity (1918), written by Kevin Kerr and directed by Prof. Andy Houston.