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.
Pharmacy student Bradley Murphy is using a scholarship to gain an inclusive perspective.
The Turkstra Chair in Urban Engineering is preparing tomorrow’s municipal leaders.
With help from Waterloo, Calvin Chu builds a thriving company that caters to creative professionals.
Al Aitchison (BMath ’69) relives the joy of his student days, 50 years after graduating from the Math co-op program.
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.
The last thing Brittany Russo (BASc in progress) thought she was going to do was seismically monitor a volcano
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.
When Debra Kakaria (BA ’93) began her first of several co-op work terms with MacNaughton Hermsen Britton Clarkson Planning Limited (MHBC), she had no idea that she would one day become a partner of this firm.