The Department of Knowledge Integration is home to the unique Bachelor of Knowledge Integration undergraduate degree.
We are committed to providing education and enrichment opportunities that transcend traditional disciplines and prepare our students to adapt to and engage with our complex world.
Where Do I Fit? Practical Job Search Strategies in KI, Knowledge Integration Seminar featuring Anika Williams-Hewitt, Career Advisor & Career Leader Supervisor in the Centre for Career Action, University of Waterloo
KIX (n): Knowledge Integration eXhibition; a convergence of disciplines, teaching methods and creative minds in an object-centric exhibition on topics related to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals.
The students in the Knowledge Integration program invite you to experience the culmination of our third-year design project: The Museum Course. Working in teams to produce these exhibits has been a rewarding and unique experience.
The graduating class of Knowledge Integration students will be presenting "flash talks" about their senior research projects, followed by individual discussions at their poster displays. Forming the capstone of their four-year undergraduate career, these projects represent an exciting synthesis of the diverse disciplines the students have explored through this one-of-a-kind interdisciplinary program.
KI professor’s new research: pathways for negative emissions technology in Canada. Dr. Vanessa Schweizer & Prof. Eric Croiset (Chemical Engineering) co-lead a 5-year initiative announced by Environment and Climate Change Canada on November 23.
KI professor Mathieu Feagan collaborates to answer the question: How do we plan our cities in an equitable and just way for a future affected by the massive upheavals of climate change?
Bailey Gardien and her collaborators participated in Future City Builders, an immersive Evergreen initiative, to create and launch innovative solutions to urban challenges.
After four months of Virtual Design Thinking labs, networking, workshops, and mentorship, they pitched their idea to help students who are financially limited to take up a cost-friendly and healthier alternative to traditional transportation, and they were awarded $5,000 in seed funding.