Four alumni recommendations to advance your career
In state-of-the-art labs on campus, a new tradition has begun in honour of Waterloo’s top graduating students.
How two alumni started a company together ... eventually
Lana Dadson (BA '21) shares how she's feeling on the eve of her convocation, and why she's pursuing a career in the non-profit field
Field House renamed to honour Waterloo’s sixth President and Vice-Chancellor
Staff member Rubin Kataki (BA '17) shares his very special reason for giving to Waterloo
Colin Guthrie (BSc '04, MSc '07, PhD '13) looks back on his first venture into Uptown, in search of a bedsheet for the 1999 Frosh Week toga party
Lee Anne Doyle (BES ’81) shares why she volunteers in the UWaterloo community, and what she hopes to achieve
Alumnus talks about his decision to include Waterloo in his will
Coach Nick Anapolsky (BA ’14) attempted a world record to help keep his gym members motivated. He shares his top tips for starting or maintaining a fitness program, even in a pandemic.
Chris Goddard (BA ’01) developed critical business skills at Waterloo – in the theatre program
Siblings Anetta (BSc ’19) and Alex Ille (BSc ’15) share how they aspire to advance biomedical research in the fight against childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases
Over 50 years, the Glow Centre has made a difference to thousands of LGBTQ+ folks. Three alumni share their stories.
Happy International Women’s Day! Meet 7 Waterloo alumni who have broken down gender-based barriers.
Shengdi (Sharon) Chen (BASc ’18) shares the opportunities and benefits of her many volunteer experiences
Entrepreneur and angel investor Mike Stork gives $1.5 million to spur advances in business and health care.
Carolyn Muir Helfenstein (BIS ’13) reflects on her life’s journey from Newfoundland at the age of 6, to an Ontario farm wife, newspaper editor, author and 73-year-old university graduate.