University of Waterloo events
At Waterloo, we're proud to host a wide variety of events for the campus community and our larger community. Find out what's happening on campus, from free public lectures to workshops and information sessions.
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Join Sarah Burch as she connects with expert delegates, Angela Carter and Chuks Okereke attending COP28 in Dubai.
This workshop hosted by Dallas Squire of Onkwehonwe Games offers participants the opportunity to learn about the history and culture of the people of the Six Nations (also called Haudenosaunee) through Traditional Games.
As part of the Water Institute's WaterTalks lecture series, Dr. David McDonald, Professor, Department of Global Development Studies, Queen’s University, will present: What’s public about public water?
In honour of 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence, join SVPRO at our Consent Booth in SLC from 12-4PM. Together, let's work towards building a culture of consent on campus, and advance gender equity.
The Engineering Department is hosting an Active Bystander Intervention Training for all Staff, Faculty, Post-docs and current TAs across campus. The Sexual Violence Prevention & Response Office (SVPRO) will be facilitating this training as part of their committment to support all members of the UWaterloo community.
Town hall meeting for all staff, to explain the process that takes place at the Provost's Advisory Committee on Staff Compensation, and hear about your priorities for the upcoming salary discussions. All USG staff welcome.
Dr. Michele Mosca's webinar will explore quantum computing's business and governmental applications, followed by a Q&A with Sherry Shannon-Vanstone, CEO of Profound Impact Corporation.
TQT will host the Quantum Opportunities and Showcase on Thursday, December 14, 2023, at the University of Waterloo. The event will feature panels, presentations and posters.
Join us to learn more about the research opportunities, activities, programs, partnerships, and equity-informed approaches at ICES, a collaborative Ontario-based analytics and research network specializing in population-based health research.
Are you looking for an opportunity to network, collaborate, and explore the benefits and practical uses of interdisciplinary studies? If so, Combining Two Cultures (C2C) 2024 is the conference for you!