Choral Ensembles are open to all University of Waterloo students. You may take these for credit (.25 units on top of regular course load) or as an extracurricular activity. See our Ensemble page for details, and to see which ensemble would suit your musical tastes and abilities.
Auditions are open for Fall 2019 Instrumental Ensembles. You may take these for credit (.25 units on top of regular course load) or as an extracurricular activity. Ensembles are open to all University of Waterloo students.
Full details available on our ensemble page
The competition invites teams of up to 4 students to choose an important industry problem, and thoroughly research its history, scope, and impact, before pitching the findings to a panel of judges on November 14th to compete for a share of up to $30,000 in funding. To learn more and apply online, visit The Problem Lab website.
Co-operative Education and The Problem Lab are pleased to offer students on their work term the opportunity to win a First Prize Tuition Scholarship of
$1,500 or Second Prize Tuition Scholarship of $750, applicable to your next academic term.
The Co-op Problem Lab Award is earned by providing the best analysis of an important problem relevant to a co-op employer or the employer’s industry.
Through discussion and hands-on activities in this half-day workshop, you will learn how to prepare an effective résumé and cover letter by analyzing job descriptions, assessing the relevance of your transferable skills and articulating these transferable skills in an action-oriented way.
Student Level: Senior, Junior, Masters, Intermediate
Student Type: Co-op and Graduating
Hello Students! Do you find it difficult to attend multiple events amongst a new course load, applications, interviews, mid-terms...?! The list goes on!
Come join us for our new offering for the Employer Information Sessions team here in Cooperative Education; A Multi-Employer Information Session.
Join Larry Smith, Director and Founder of The Problem Lab, as he discusses how the absence of a careful problem analysis caused John Kennedy to make a disastrous decision about going to the moon and why this fiasco brought space exploration to a crawl. The alternative decision open to the President of the United States will be explored.