Pharmacy student Bradley Murphy is using a scholarship to gain an inclusive perspective.
Indra Sarju (BES ’19) chose the International Development program at Waterloo because she wanted to work abroad.
truLOCAL’s Marc Lafleur (BSc ’14) dishes on meat quality, the business of farming and chasing your dreams.
Expert alumni share their knowledge and predictions at a panel on the modern athlete.
Thanks to our donors, Waterloo students have more support than ever before.
When he chose to study at Waterloo, Joseph Liu's future seemed uncertain. Today, he celebrates that choice with a scholarship for graduate students.
Enjoy special benefits and services to help you get the most out of your alumni experience.
When Tiana Eghdam (GBDA ’18) hit a dead end in her search for an internship, she asked for help online. The response inspired her career in the best way.
Dr. Stanley F. Leavine was a dedicated public servant and physician. A memorial scholarship recognizes students who emulate his character.
The Turkstra Chair in Urban Engineering is preparing tomorrow’s municipal leaders.
By signing the Startup Pledge, Martin Basiri (MASc ’13) celebrates his educational journey and furthers his mission as an entrepreneur.
A final word from the Vice-President, Advancement
With help from Waterloo, Calvin Chu builds a thriving company that caters to creative professionals.
Grab your Warrior wear and come back to campus on Saturday, September 28.
Evangeline Dryburgh wanted to study at Waterloo, just like her parents did. Thanks to the Schulich Leader Scholarship, she’ll have access to unique opportunities and guidance as a student.
Meet alumni disrupting the film industry and showcasing their talents on big screens around the world.
With the approach of World Alzheimer’s Month in September, Gordon T. Finlay (BA ’77) shares his poem about a son whose father lives with dementia.