Martin Timmerman (BMath ’78) relives the moment that ignited his passion for Warriors basketball, and reveals the secret to a long and happy career.
Natasha Knier (BSc '18) shares how the knowledge of social media communications that she gained at Waterloo enriches her current life as a Master's candidate in medical biophysics.
Alumnus builds community through giving. Michael Robson (BA ’13) found his support among African, Caribbean and Black student groups at Waterloo when an unfortunate hip surgery kept him from the football field.
Interdisciplinary research and development help Jeff Guerin (BMath ’91) and his colleagues solve an important industry problem.
After formative experiences at Waterloo, John Free and Rob McGeachy (BASc '94) build a community of passionate problem solvers to shape the boutique consulting firm of their dreams.
University of Waterloo alumni dream big, chart unconventional paths and inspire others. Our annual Alumni Awards celebrate graduates who embrace these qualities and create a better world for us all.
All I knew was that I wanted to do something with nature.
Five years before Kathleen Venema (PhD '99) arrived at the University of Waterloo, she moved to Ndejje, a small town in south-central Uganda.
The middle of the North Atlantic is not one of the places Linda Kenyon (MA '87) ever expected to be.
The last thing Brittany Russo (BASc in progress) thought she was going to do was seismically monitor a volcano
On the heels of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, Giving Tuesday has become the unofficial opening day of the giving season. The Giving Tuesday movement is taking root around the world, in our communities, and, thanks to your thoughtful generosity, right here on our campus.
Jonathan Campbell Bennett had a keen sense of adventure. To honour his memory and to celebrate his passion for travelling the world, Jon’s family created the Jon C. Bennett Travel Bursary for Architectural Study.
Snider family’s enduring impact on Waterloo region includes founding its namesake University.
William Tutte (DMath ’87) kept a secret for more than 50 years: a secret that is considered to be one of the greatest intellectual achievements of World War II.
Highlights and introduction to the 2017 / 2018 Report on Giving
Opening letter from the President and Vice-Chancellor
Computer science alumnus Sam Pasupalak makes leaps in artificial intelligence, and creates opportunities for others at Waterloo to achieve ambitious goals