Join us at an event that will provide you with information about graduate studies.
The session will include an overview of the application process as well as information about funding and scholarships. There will also be a focus on AHS graduate level programs with breakout rooms to answer questions about Kinesiology, Recreation and Leisure Studies, and the School of Public Health and Health Systems.
Poor food intake is common in older adults in Canada and can lead to functional problems, poor immunity, reduced healing, and frailty. Join Professor Heather Keller as she discusses the Making the Most of Mealtimes and More-2-Eat projects as a response to this issue.
Attend AHS 101 on July 11 and learn how you can excel in your first year at UWaterloo. You’ll meet your academic advisor and because AHS 101 is during fall course selection, you can get help and ask questions about your schedule. You’ll also meet the upper-year students and professors who make up part of the close-knit AHS community.
The University of Waterloo Brain Bee, hosted by the Department of Kinesiology, is a competition for students in grades 9 through 12 in the Region of Waterloo. Competitors answer questions about the brain and neuroscience, with the winner proceeding to the national brain bee competition. Registration is required.
For event details, including registration, directions and parking information, see University of Waterloo Brain Bee.
The 9th Annual Aftab Patla Memorial Cup will be held Friday March 27, 2015.
- Pre-event at Fed Hall including snacks, games, raffles, and more!
- Puck Drop, Columbia Icefields Arena: 4:15 p.m.
- Post-game celebration at Chainsaw following the game