In state-of-the-art labs on campus, a new tradition has begun in honour of Waterloo’s top graduating students.
As spring convocation approaches, three graduating students share important life lessons they learned at Waterloo.
Beyond a rewarding career as a physics teacher, John Caranci (BSc ’72) makes his mark through creative writing.
Women are still typically the minority on academic hiring committees in science, and “majority rules.”
When Steve Innocente (BSc ’96) parlayed his craft brewing hobby into an award-winning business, he also tapped into the opportunity to reconnect with Waterloo as a co-op employer, vendor, and faculty member.
Alumni Council member and alumnus Vikas Gupta (BSc ’91) is the co-founder and CEO of AVARA, a company creating innovative technology to enable compelling and immersive Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) experiences that transport people to the most unique places, moments, and interactions around the world far beyond their imagination.
Best advice: Be open to career path evolution.
Chirag Sheth (BSc ’17) lets his passions guide his career path.
Bill Rickert (PhD ’68) honours two Waterloo professors and supports a new generation of scientists
It’s a fish-eat-fish world down there, and PhD candidate Ashley Stasko is trying to find out who’s at the bottom and who’s at the top of the food chain.