Student Level: PhD, Masters, Junior, Intermediate, Senior
Student Type: Co-op and Graduating
- Theme - Computing: Hardware
- Computing: Systems Security and Cryptography
- Computing: Software
- Computing: Quality Assurance
- Computing: Information Systems
Solving the Mass Data Fragmentation with Cohesity
Professor Alex Mihailidis' research is focused on the development of intelligent home systems for elder care and wellness, and adaptive tools for nurses and clinical applications. Hosted by the Network for Aging Research, this second annual lecture is presented in honour of William Forbes, a pioneer in the field of gerontology and the founding director of the Gerontology program at the University of Waterloo.
This training consists of a facilitated discussion of the online More Feet on the Ground mental health education program. This program uses those online materials, as well as vignettes to teach students, staff, and faculty how to Recognize, Respond, and Refer individuals experiencing mental health concerns on campus.
Registration is on LEADS.
This week is all about perfecting your pitch! We will show you the different components of a pitch, and you will have the chance to practice informally with your peers. Learn from experienced and winning pitch coaches, Patrick Martinson; Campus Lead Mentor, Velocity, and Phil Everson; Velocity Startup Coach.
You will walk away from this workshop ready to create the perfect pitch.
We encourage you to register for the workshop and free pizza!
- This group offers a safe, confidential space in which to talk about the stressors in graduate school and life, emotions (including problems with anxiety and depression), and relationships. This group can be attended on a drop-in basis - attendance at each session is not required.
- Understand how to navigate issues in your academic and personal life.
- Share your experience, obtain feedback, and explore new ways of coping with issues unique to graduate students in a safe and confidential context.
Waterloo researchers are invited to attend a workshop on Friday, June 21, hosted by NSERC, to learn about the new Alliance Grants. The Alliance Grants program supports collaboration between university researchers and partner organizations within the private, public, or not-for-profit sectors. The Alliance Grants program will be the cornerstone of NSERC’s collaborative-research funding vehicles, replacing familiar grants such as IRC, CRD, Strategic, Engage, and Connect.
This workshop offers graduate students an introduction to the world of academic publishing. You will learn about the steps in the publication process, including revising course work before submitting it to journals, communicating effectively with journal editors, and handling comments from reviewers.
Register for the workshop through WCONLINE.