Department of Knowledge Integration

The Department of Knowledge Integration is home to two unique programs: the Bachelor of Knowledge Integration undergraduate degree; and Waterloo Unlimited, a one-of-a-kind high school enrichment program.

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. Jan. 5, 2017Do you have strong interests in and commitment to social justice?

    Check out the new KI Social Justice Entrance Scholarship.

  2. Jan. 3, 2017KI professor studies how social inequalities connect to creative economies

    Allyson Stokes, Assistant Professor in Knowledge Integration, was quoted in an article in Glamour magazine about her research on workers in the arts and culture sector, examining how social inequalities connect to the development of creative economies. Her current project examines the experiences of filmmakers, fashion designers, and musicians in Austin, Texas.

  3. Nov. 26, 2016KI students on TEDxUW organizing team

    Three KI students worked hard to helped make the TEDxUW 2016 event a success!

    Danielle Cruz was the outreach manager, Anne Fillion was the participant experience manager, and Samir Reynolds was the livestream manager.

    The theme this year, "The Interconnectedness of Things", was especially relevant to KI students because of their interdisciplinary and interconnected approach to problem-solving and learning.

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  1. Jan. 6 to  31, 2017KI Seminar Series Winter 2017

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

  2. Mar. 13–18, 2017Knowledge Integration eXhibition: KI-X 2017

    KI-X (n): Knowledge Integration eXhibition; a convergence of disciplines, teaching methods and creative minds in an exhibition of topical, object-centric displays.

  3. Mar. 13–17, 2017Waterloo Unlimited grade 11 program, Design Theme 2017

    From engineering and the environment to science fiction and virtual reality, students will spend a week exploring the theme of design with a community of like-minded peers.

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