Collaborate with Waterloo International

Waterloo International offers support for campus units interested in advancing their global reputation. We'd love to work with you on ways to increase and disseminate your internationalization activities on a broader scale. 

There are three key ways that we can support the wide array of international collaborations that occur at the University. We invite units to work with us in one or more of these ways to bring global prominence to their work.


We can amplify your messages that involve internationalization through Waterloo International’s Twitter account thereby broadening the global awareness of your work.  


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  • The Centre for Education in Mathematics and Computing (CEMC) at the University of Waterloo worked with the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) to support their innovative Girls in Mathematical Sciences program. CEMC sent us materials (an article, some background information), and we published a Twitter post highlighting this international collaboration, pointing to the article posted by CEMC.


We can co-create internationalization messaging with you, whether it be a written piece, presentation, or other materials, to broaden your network, increase your connections on campus, and open doors for further collaborations.


  • The Waterloo Institute for Nanotechnology (WIN) published an article in ACS Nano – an international forum for communicating ways in which various disciplines in the sciences and engineering connect for impact. Dr. Sushanta Mitra (executive director, WIN) and Dr. Ian Rowlands (associate vice president, international) collaborated on a short article that was cross posted on WIN’s site and on Waterloo International’s site.


We can work collaboratively to seek out an opportunity to present your international work on a global stage.

A longer-term collaboration, this could result in multiple ways of showcasing both your work and the work of your collaborator(s); it could foster additional global connections, and it would offer an opportunity for international work to be explored and shared in greater detail (potentially leading to other projects etc.).


  • Waterloo International and the University of Waterloo’s Water Institute presented together at the conference of the Americas on International Education (CAEI). They were joined by the Groundwater Research Center (CEPAS/USP) in presenting at the University of São Paulo and São Paulo’s State Government.

If  you are interested in any of these options, please reach out to Waterloo International’s communications specialist, Tawnessa Carter to discuss further. We would be delighted to work with you.