Information session

A painting representing various Indigenous cultures, made by Kelsi Bartake, Jordan Raymond and grade 12 students, Bethlehem Catholic High School, Saskatoon, SK, from Canadian Commission for UNESCO.

This special video presentation includes messages of welcome and introductions from Indigenous and Mennonite scholars, collaborators, community members, and musicians. This sampler is meant to provide a taste of what the 2022 Indigenous-Mennonite Encounters in Time and Place event might be, and to encourage responses to our call for proposals.

 

mts info session

Join us for an information session about the Master of Theological Studies program at Conrad Grebel University College.

Carol Penner and Bekah Smoot-Enns will share about the MTS program, including admission requirements, scholarship opportunities, and the applicaiton process.

Contact us for more information at theological.studies@uwaterloo.ca or register below.

The Master of Peace and Conflict Studies (MPACS) program is a professional, graduate degree that prepares students with theory and practical skills for careers in the field of peacebuilding. MPACS faculty, staff, and current students will be hosting a virtual information session Wednesday, December 16, 10:00am-11:00am (EST).

Join us on Zoom to learn about admission requirements, course options, internships, scholarships, and the graduate student experience.

On Wednesday, May 27 at 7:00pm EST. Attend this live virtual event for a tour of Grebel's residence life and academic programs, online! Register here to receive your webinar link. 

This virtual open house is open to anyone: parents, students, siblings and teachers. You can anticipate a virtual tour of Grebel, live questions and answers, residence application tips and tricks, stories from current students, and information about Grebel's academic programs and studying at the University of Waterloo. 

Attend this live virtual event for a tour of Grebel's residence life and academic programs, online! Register here to receive a special webinar link for 7:00 pm EST on Wednesday, May 6. 

This virtual open house is open to anyone: parents, students, siblings and teachers. You can anticipate a virtual tour of Grebel, live questions and answers, residence application tips and tricks, stories from current students, and information about Grebel's academic programs and studying at the University of Waterloo.