As part of the Water Institute's WaterLeadership training series, the Water Institute, presents, "Media 101 - Tips for Engaging with the Media” with Pamela Smyth, media relations manager for the University.
Last day to register for WCC's English Conversation Circles!
Want to improve your English conversation skills? Join our program designed for students to talk with others and build confidence in their English conversation skills.
Hey undergrads! Hate writing alone? Want to meet other undergrads, brainstorm and do some productive writing with a group? Then join WCC’s PJ-Friendly Writing Groups!
PS: If you attend
3 sessions you’ll get a #WaterlooWrites mug!
5 sessions, we'll throw in some candy.
8 sessions, and we'll fill your mug to overflowing with edible treats!
Many of us love our lawns despite the environmental implications. So how do we maintain a great looking lawn and not lie awake at night full of guilt? The answer is actually quite simple. We maintain it the way nature would. While turf isn’t a natural ground cover, we can apply the same ecological principles which operate in the natural world.
This Hallman lecture will include a discussion of the COVID-19 response from the perspective of the National Chief of the Assembly of First Nations, Perry Bellegarde, and a panel discussion of national and regional successes and challenges.