Engineering Students ... please nominate your most deserving TA for the SFF Award. Please see class rep. for details. Additional ballots available online, in CPH 1320 or in EngSoc.
Opening Reception: Thursday, March 19 from 5:00-8:00 pm
Gallery is open Monday - Saturday
The Department of Fine Arts and UWAG present YES! The 41st Annual Senior Undergraduate Exhibition.
DesignJam Toronto is an all-day innovation jamboree -- a curated open space guiding more than a hundred design leaders & design learners, sharing ideas, tools & perspectives, to better understand & address a complex problem. Nicknamed "TrafficJam," DesignJam Toronto gathers young leaders, mentors, teams and aspiring entrepreneurs to conceive innovative user experiences and activate ideas to improve mobility in the Greater Toronto & Hamilton Area.
Conrad Grebel Student Council presents Fiddler on the Roof - an all-student cast and orchestra production! Tickets are on sale for this tale of family, love, human struggle, and faith.
Join Conrad Grebel University College's Institute for Anabaptist Mennonite Studies and the Mennonite Historical Society of Ontario to celebrate the release of Sam Steiner's new book, In Search of Promised Lands.
The University Choir, directed by Dr. Gerard Yun, will perform a selection of pieces from operas and musical theatre. This 90 voice choir, including UW students, alumni, and staff, is a delight to hear.
The UW Jazz Ensemble will perform a selection of classic jazz pieces.
*Evening show starts at 7:30 PM
University of Waterloo's famous a cappella groups (some of whom recently went to the ICCA competition - yes, the very same one from Pitch Perfect!) will be putting their big end-of-term concert! This is a concert you do not want to miss!
Each Instrumental Chamber Ensemble consists of two to seven players, playing selected pieces from great composers. Sometimes we have classical guitars or brass groups, but the most common grouping is stringed instruments with a piano accompaniment.
Learn from Nina Juncewicz, U.S. Immigration Attorney, about options available to graduating students interested in working in the U.S.
If you plan to attend this workshop, please register on the event web page.
Join us as the finalists will pitch their big idea on health and wellbeing on issues that encompass: aging, mental health, nutrition, fitness, physical assault, and much more.
Location: NH 3001 Notes: Open to faculty (registration is required).
Discover the projects of our Global Business & Digital Arts and Digital Experience Innovation Program students – they are eager to show you what they've been working on.
Tell us your story!
This dialogue, moderated by the School of Planning's Dr. Markus Moos, aims to bring together secondary students, university students, and community residents of all ages to foster inter-generational dialogue; and learn about current and past housing issues in our community and beyond.
Get a taste of Toronto theatre right here on campus - get your tickets for "The Widow", a play that debuted in Toronto last summer to rave reviews from NOW magazine and Torontoist. It tells the story of Nour, a widow from the 2003 Iraq War who initiates an affair with Samir, an outspoken young teacher. After receiving threats from a religious militia group, Samir flees Iraq, leaving Nour to deal with all of the consequences.
Professor Ian Taylor takes a critical look at prevalent Africa rising discourses, arguing that such commentaries neglect the historical roots of the continent’s underdevelopment.
The Western Collective is a group of faculty members from the University of Western Ontario. They will be performing the Sextet by Krystof Penderecki. The Sextet is Penderecki's most important chamber piece, featuring an almost continuous descending chromatic scale which dominates both movements.
Are patents essential for thriving innovation and prosperity?
Heidi Grasswick, Middlebury University
"Scientists as Experts: Understanding Trustworthiness Across Communities"
Fine Arts offers free life drawing sessions. Supervised, non-instructional drawing sessions with the unclothed model. Bring your own drawing board and paper. Easels are provided.
“Exercise Training in Adverse Cardiac Remodeling”
Dirk J. Duncker, PhD
Professor of Experimental Cardiology at Erasmus University, Netherlands
3 Minutes Thesis (3MT) finalists from across 6 University of Waterloo faculties will compete to win money and advance to the 3MT Provincial Finals!
Competitors will have 1 static slide and 3 minutes to present the breadth and significance of their graduate research to a non-specialist panel of judges.
Be part of the action by selecting the People’s Choice award winner; no need to register. First come, first seated.
Spring concert featuring Beethoven's Pastoral Symphony, Rimsky-Korsakov's Russian Easter Festival Overtures, and others.
Together with the Grand Philharmonic Choir and the KW Symphony, the UW Chamber Choir will perform Bach's St. Matthew Passion at the Centre in the Square. First performed in Leipzig on Good Friday in 1727, the St. Matthew Passion is widely regarded as one of the masterpieces of sacred classical music.
Global, Colonial, and Transnational Paths: Thinking through Francophone Spaces in World War II and Beyond
"The French colonial edifice, like so many others, was an empire of exceptions, achieved by slow aggregation. If we take up Frederick Cooper’s invitation, itself inspired by James Scott, to 'think like an Empire,' then we also have to grapple with the differentiation that empires presented, and its legacies."