Tesatawiyat (Come in) is a community photography project led by Bryce Kanbara and photographer Mina Ao, with members of the Aboriginal community in the Hamilton area sharing their stories in their homes.
Sponsored by the Equity Office, the Making Spaces program is a framework for creating affirming spaces on campus and fostering interpersonal relationships through education and training on aspects of social identity. UW community members partake in training and a registration process to become Space Makers, ambassadors of equity.
The #DistractinglyHonest exhibit uses interactive displays to highlight female scientists in visually stunning images. The main theme is the challenges and successes of being a woman in STEM by sharing research on sexism in science in a unique way.
Research Matters: Getting Published is a full-day event for postdoctoral and graduate students only.
Register for all the sessions or choose those most relevant to you and your research program. Lunch will be provided to those who RSVP and attend at least one workshop.
This event will cover a wide variety of publication issues and will specifically host the following workshops:
Join us March 30 in Federation Hall for an enlightening day of energy research panel presentations, posters and discussions. Meet researchers, make connections and spend the day with the minds that help to make Waterloo the most innovative University in Canada. The event will see academic, industry and government experts come together to share their insights and optimism for the future.
Watch some great pitches as Velocity gives out $125,000 in grants to emerging startups. Sign up to reserve your spot today!
When examining water quality goals associated with sewage discharges and/or reuse potential, there is a need for understanding pathogen concentrations in wastewater and removal through secondary treatment process and other advanced processes. This is critical to the development of protective, science based public health criteria and to maximize removal credits for existing treatme
As part of the Water Institute's WaterTalks lecture series, Joan B. Rose, the winner of the 2016 Stockholm Water Prize and Homer Nowlin Chair in Water Research at Michigan State University, presents "Monitoring Pathogen Concentrations in Sewage to Inform Treatment Goals and Public Health Risks."
Doctoral students explore one research theme from interdisciplinary perspectives.
PhD Candidate in
Biology - Water,
Faculty of Science
Casey Remmer examines the importance of long term records in interpreting environmental change and in attributing stakeholder responsibility.
Featuring George Fan, saxophone, a winner of the orchestra's Concerto and Aria Competition, in concertos by Glazunov and Ibert.
Ben Bolt-Martin conducts Tchaikovsky's Capriccio Italien. Daniel Warren conducts Borodin's Symphony No. 2.