As part of the Water Institute's WaterTalks lecture series, Emily S. Huff, Assistant Professor, Department of Forestry, Michigan State University, will present: A holistic approach to monitoring abrupt environmental shifts in the Kluane Lake region.
As part of the Water Institute's Webinar Series: The Value of Water in Canada, Marian Weber, Chief Environmental Economist and Unit Head, BC Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategies presents: Water ecosystem service valuation for watershed security – information gaps and policy needs.
WCGS welcomes visiting researcher Georg Marschnig (Universität Graz) on Tuesday, June 28, 2022 for a lecture and workshop on his work. Join us in HH 373 for his lecture, the workshop, or both!
The Waterloo Institute for Nanotechnology (WIN) is pleased to present a Distinguished Lecture by Yury Gogotsi, a distinguished professor in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at Drexel University.
Political scientists, Bessma Momani and Shelly Ghai Bajaj will host Waterloo's Cybersecurity and Privacy Institute (CPI) latest CPI Talk.
They will discuss how disinformation flows and spreads on direct messaging and private chat applications, why they are important digital spaces to study, and the broader political and social implications of disinformation.
Register at: http://bit.ly/3Fe9lgJ
The need to hear a range of expert perspectives on illicit substance use and/or addiction, e.g., public supply of addictive drugs (PSAD; also known as ‘safe supply’), decriminalization, or legalization, is key to developing policies that can address their social, health, and economic consequences. This online event will examine and allow for the full and transparent consideration of challenges, possible unintended consequences and concerns as we consider drug policy reforms.
Join UWaterloo CPI for their next CPI Talk!
Seny Kamara, Associate Professor of Computer Science at Brown University, discusses how cryptography has failed to address the needs of the disenfranchised and how this can be addressed.
CPI Talks are open and free to the general public. We encourage high school students and non-UWaterloo staff and students to join! No knowledge of cryptography is required.
Speaker: Mercedes Spannagel
Event Info: "Wie es klingt, wenn es quietscht". Prize-winning short story by Austrian author Mercedes Spannagel about young competitive fencers, one of whom has lost a leg and is resuming her training with a prosthesis. Reading and discussion in German.
Visit our webpage to register for each event.
Join the Global Engagement 2022 Desmarais Family Summit at the St. Paul's Ceremonial Firegrounds. This is an outdoor, public event featuring projects by our Global Engagement Seminar students, and contributions from our six distinguished 2022 Jarislowsky Fellows.
The Global Engagement Seminar is a senior undergraduate course that brings together students from across the University with experts and mentors to develop solutions for contemporary global problems.
The Indigenous Speakers Series is honoured to present Lenore Keeshig, storyteller, poet, author, and naturalist, for our first in-person event in more than two years.