We are please to announce that our Noon Hour Concert series will continue this Fall. Starting September 22, 2021 and continuing through to November 10, recitals and interviews with professional musicians filmed specifically for our Noon Hour Concert series will premiere on the Grebel Youtube Channel at 12:30PM most Wednesdays.
As part of the Water Institute's WaterTalks lecture series, Megan Konar, William J. and Elaine F. Hall Faculty Fellow, Associate Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA, presents, "Water Resources and Food Supply Chains."
Megan will discuss two recent papers related to her work assessing water resources and food supply chains
Part #1. Groundwater depletion embedded in domestic transfers and international exports of the United States
Part #2. Food flows between counties in the United States
The following employer is hosting an Employer Information Session on Thursday, October 21st, 2021
PwC China | PwC China Sourcing Initiative (CSI) Info Session
Make sure to register through WaterlooWorks and check the Employer Information Sessions calendar for any updates!
In collaboration with the President’s Anti-Racism Taskforce (PART), we will be hosting a panel discussion on intersectionality (the convergence of two or more identities within a person) and its effects on health and wellbeing.
The Problem Lab and the Faculty of Environment present an information session on the concept of the triple bottom line. A panel of speakers and subject matter experts will speak about the importance of social and environmental considerations that companies can build into their organizations. Using case studies and real-world examples, you will understand how companies can apply the triple bottom line to enhance people's lives and the well-being of the planet.
The 2021 Benjamin Eby Lecture will be presented by Associate Professor of Music Karen Sunabacka.
Karen Sunabacka always knew she was Métis. Her Grandparent’s farm, near Selkirk, Manitoba, was a gathering place for the local English Métis community and Karen with her siblings spent countless hours dancing, fiddling, and exploring the rural prairie landscape. Yet her heritage is both Settler and Indigenous and her family sits at the intersection of two very different world views. Karen has started exploring this intersection by telling family stories in her musical compositions.