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.
The MSCU Centre for Peace Advancement is excited to announce our Winter 2016 Grebel Gallery exhibit, As the women sew: Community quilts of Mampuján, Colombia.
During the Second World War, 2,600 Ontario Mennonite men served in conscientious objector work camps. Through archival records, this exhibit recovers their voices and stories. Free. Guided tours and additional programming available for groups if arranged in advance.
UWaterloo Canbuild is more than just a typical food drive: it strives to raise awareness about hunger on campus and in the community.
CanBuild engages our campus community to develop teams, collaborate with colleagues and put their creative skills to work by building structures from the food donations they collect.
The first public museum exhibition of architectural drawings from the private collection of the noted educator Alvin Boyarsky.
Engineering Students... now is the time to nominate your most deserving TA for the Sandford Fleming Award!
Two-session workshop: attend the first session to learn about your personality type and preferences for learning and decision making. In the second session, discover how to apply your Myers-Briggs Type Indicator results to explore potential careers.
The School of Environment, Resources and Sustainability and the Water Institute are pleased to co-host an exciting talk by Eric Peterson, founder and Executive Director of the Hakai Institute. The talk is titled Wired Watershed: Hakai's Critical Zone Observatory on BC's Coastal Margin
What key elements make a speaker connect with an audience? Have you been in a situation where you have practiced and practiced what you were going to say and then felt after your presentation you hadn't related well to the audience? What's up?
Speaker: Chris Lau
The Bridges Lecture Series presents Nathan Selikoff (Orlando) and Dmitri Tymoczko (Princeton) in "Mathematics, Music, and Visual Art".