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  1. Jan. 23, 2017GSO welcomes three PhD students to its team GRADventure Specialists Beth, Richard and Xiao-Bo

    Over winter term 2017, PhD candidates Beth Timmers, Richard (Ruiqiang) Li, and Xiao-Bo Li are working on a range of projects in the Graduate Studies Office (GSO) which support graduate professional skills. If you would like to learn more about the GRADventure Specialists, read more on the  GRADventure website.

  2. Jan. 3, 20172017: University of Waterloo celebrates 60 Years of Innovation

    A message from Feridun Hamdullahpur, UWaterloo's President and Vice-Chancellor, to students, faculty and staff:

    I am excited to welcome you back to the University of Waterloo for 2017. As we all return to campus after the holiday break, we should take a moment to reflect on the significance of this New Year. It is anything but a regular year.

    This year we are celebrating Waterloo’s 60 years of innovation: 60 years since our founding, but also what the next 60 years has in store for this institution.

  3. Dec. 23, 2016University of Waterloo holiday closure: Dec 24 to Jan 2

    The University of Waterloo will be closed from Saturday, December 24 to Monday, January 2. Classed will resume on Tuesday, January 3.  For a list of essential services that will be running over the holiday, check out the daily bulletin.

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