Department of Knowledge Integration

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.

  1. Feb. 15, 2019KI eXhibition 2019 getting ready for launch

    The third-year KI students are working hard in the final design and building stage of their design projects and will be ready for their exhibits to be open during March Break, March 11-16.

    The theme for this year is the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals, and their exhibits explore recycling, reconciliation, social sustainability, volunteering abroad, and reframing perceptions.

    Please check out KI-X 2019!

  2. Feb. 4, 2019KI student presents at SOULS conference

    Hannah Gardiner, 4th year KI student, has been invited to present her paper “Academic Writing and Standard English” at the Scholarship of Undergraduate Literary Studies (SOULS) in March 2019 at Bishop’s University in Quebec.

  3. Dec. 5, 2018KI students create instructables

    This fall, KI Senior Design Intructor Paul McKone designed and taught INTEG 375 Special Topics: Hands-on Sustainability, a real-world project course to rescue objects from the waste stream, determine why they were discarded, suggest how to refurbish them, and propose how to put them into the hands of those who can use them.

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  1. Jan. 11 to Mar. 29, 2019KI Seminar Series Winter 2019

    Join the KI community at our Friday afternoon seminars, where we'll learn together about knowledge integration in action!

  2. Mar. 22, 2019KI Seminar: City of Waterloo Museum

    Interpret This…a look back at the career paths of two “museum ladies"

    speakers: Karen VandenBrink and Libby Walker

  3. Mar. 26 to May 31, 2019KI-X 2019 exhibits at the City of Waterloo Museum

    Selected KI student exhibits from the KI eXhibition (KI-X) 2019 will be on display at the City of Waterloo Museum from March 17 to May 31, 2019.

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