Come and see Dr. Hagey’s robes, a school jacket from a 1965 graduate, and an early chemist’s bottle from the School of Pharmacy, as well as many photos taken around the University over the past 60 years!
Competitors will choose an important industry problem, and thoroughly research it to understand its history, scope, and impact, before pitching this insight to a panel of judges on June 8. Teams of up to four students are invited to apply and compete for a share of $5,000 in grant funding, to be used for R&D to develop a solution to the problem pitched.
Apply for the Problem Pitch Competition online.
Applications open: September 12
Applications close: September 28
Featuring artist projects by Kathleen Hearn, Ève K. Tremblay, Laura Letinsky, Micah Lexier & Dave Dyment, Micah Lexier & Roula Partheniou, Rhonda Weppler & Trevor Mahovsky, Luke Painter, Chris Kline, and Roula Partheniou
Every day from September 24-November 11, the names of 661,818 soldiers and nurses on all sides of the First World War killed in 1917 will be displayed at more than 60 locations around the world. The commemoration is a unique expression of remembrance, reconciliation and education, and shows the enormous human cost of the war. The Mennonite Archives of Ontario Gallery (3rd floor, Conrad Grebel University College) will be one of these display locations.
This workshop will include specific suggestions for developing an outstanding résumé.
What will you be doing next summer?
Are you seeking research experience and adventure? Are you interested in conservation?
On September 27, 1:30-2:30pm in QNC 1501, Dr. Justin Hines of the field research organization Operation Wallacea will be giving a presentation about opportunities available for undergraduate and graduate students during the summer of 2018. There are over 40 projects available for research assistants and over 150 individual research projects. Come to the presentation and hear more about what this exciting program has to offer!
For further details please visit our website www.opwall.com
After a summer of yoga and knitting, W3's September session features a talk from Idrisa Pandit about women's resistance and resilience in militarized Kashmir. Idrisa is an associate professor at Renison and is heavily involved in the local community in Kitchener-Waterloo.
Come at 4:00 for socializing and snacks, or closer to 5:00 for Idrisa's talk.
About the talk
For Intermediate, Senior, Masters, PhD
Co-op and Graduating Students
Theme - Manufacturing and Process Engineering, Theme - Computing: Software
For Junior, Intermediate, Senior
Theme - Digital and Graphic Media; Web Site Design and Development , Theme - Data Analytics, Statistical Analysis and Mathematical Optimization
Interested in learning more about the exciting co-op opportunities we have available? Join us!
For Bachelor, Masters
Theme - Computing: Information Systems , Theme - Business Administration, Theme - Accounting and Financial Auditing
St. Paul's University College invites you to join us for the 2017 Stanley Knowles Humanitarian Service Lecture, Humanitarian Robotics in Action, to be delivered by Dr. Patrick Meier.
For Junior, Intermediate, Senior, Masters, PhD
Co-op and Graduating Students
Theme - Computing: Systems Security and Cryptography
Twitter is what's happening in the world and what people are talking about right now. Join us to hear about the future of our platform, opportunities to have impact on a product that reaches millions of people around the globe, and why Twitter is the best place to start your career.
A startup needs to address a real problem. What problem are you solving? Join us for this free workshop with the legendary Larry Smith!
We encourage you to register for the workshop and free pizza!
Theme - Computing: Software, Theme - Computing: Information Systems , Theme - Information Science and Data Management , Theme - Data Analytics, Statistical Analysis and Mathematical Optimization Come learn why Uber is developing the next operating system for human transportation, things, and anything imaginable.