A project always has some uncertainty that can impact a project’s objectives and outcomes, should problems occur. At the University of Waterloo, we have a University Risk Management program (URM) which has some key University risks identified and some good resources that you can use for managing the uncertainty. The presenters will make the case for project risk management, discuss where URM fits in, illustrate with some project examples from across the University and share resources.
Research Ethics will be offering drop-in sessions throughout February, March and April to answer questions related to the ethics process, including submitting, renewing, and amending an application. Come prepared with your questions and a laptop.
These sessions are for faculty and students and will take place in the Dana Porter Library (study booth on the main floor) from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. every Wednesday until April 29, 2020.
The Waterloo Institute for Nanotechnology (WIN) is comprised of many talented faculty members, students and researchers from various backgrounds of study. WIN wants to showcase their incredible work through a Member Seminar Series! Each month this Winter term a professor and 2 of their researchers will present to our community. This series is an opportunity for the UWaterloo community to come together, learn about ongoing research and potentially foster new partnerships between students, faculty and labs.
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Join us in-person at the Conrad School of Entrepreneurship and Business for an information session and Q&A with current MBET students and alumni. Learn more about the MBET program, have lunch, and get to know us.
In these sessions we will:
The Happenstancers is the shared vision of co-directors Brad Cherwin and Brenna Hardy-Kavanagh. Described as “Toronto’s best young chamber musicians” (Bachtrack) and recipients of the 2019 Dora Mavor Moore Award for Outstanding Performance of an Ensemble in an Opera, Cherwin and Hardy-Kavanagh helm a rotating cast of innovative voices on Toronto’s classical scene. Their daring concert program PHASES leaps between centuries and styles, moods and colours, as works by Augusta Reed Thomas, Bram Van Camp, Mozart, and Beethoven conjure vibrant and varied personalities. Learn more at thehappenstancers.com.