The Hagey Lectures

The Hagey Lectures are the premier invitational lectures at the University of Waterloo. This distinguished lecture series was established in 1970 to honour the contribution of Dr. J. G.Hagey, one of the founders and first President of the University of Waterloo (1957-1969).

The Lectures are sponsored jointly by the Faculty Association and the University of Waterloo and are held annually, usually in October or November. A faculty committee selected jointly by the Provost and the President of the Faculty Association is formed each year to administer the Hagey Lectures.

Visit the Hagey Lectures website.

View the Hagey Lectures playlist on YouTube.

From the archives

Past Hagey Lectures have featured David Suzuki and Margaret Atwood.

View the poster gallery on the Hagey Lectures website.