Knowledge integration and chronic disease prevention: illustrations, issues and insights
What on Earth is Digital Media and Why You Should Care
One Reason Why Knowledge Integration Is So Hard
Join us at Waterloo's Fall Open House!
A panel of Knowledge Integration (KI) students will reflect on their summer experiences, and how they applied their KI learning.
Following up from the KI museum course field trip to Copenhagen last spring, the third year students are giving conference-style poster presentations to the KI community based on their observations of exhibit design considerations from one or more museum exhibits they visited.
Missing Link: Thinking Metaphorically in Multidisciplinary Studies
Of Triumph and Defeat: Selected Stories of creating the unexpected and the black art of intrapreneurship
In Spring 2012, Bachelor of Knowledge Integration students capped off their second year with a field trip to Copenhagen to study museums. Now they're bringing slides and a stopwatch to share their reflections with the Knowledge Integration community.
We All Want to Save the Planet… Don’t We?
The Centre for Knowledge Integration is host to the Shad Valley program at the University of Waterloo. Many of our faculty and staff are involved, along with some KI students!
Shad Valley is a summer enrichment experience for high school students from across Canada.
We're thrilled to celebrate the convocation of the KI Class of 2012, the first in the world to graduate with a Bachelor of Knowledge Integration (BKI).
Here is what some of them are doing next.
Students who have received an Offer of Admission to Waterloo, and their family, are invited to join us on this special visit day.
The field trip kicks off the Museum Course, where Knowledge Integration students practise interdisciplinary collaboration by designing original, working museum exhibits. They start by studying museums in a museum-rich city, and they finish with an exhibition of their own work in March of their third year.
Knowledge Integration Symposium
The inaugural class of Knowledge Integration students will be presenting poster displays of their senior research projects. 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.
Systems of Sharing: The Next Economy
Meet us at the Knowledge Integration table in the Faculty of Environment Academic Fair, and tours to the KI-X: Learn in 3D Museum Exhibits will leave from there.
The students of the Berlin cohort in Waterloo's Bachelor of Knowledge Integration program invite you to experience “KI-X 2012: Capstone Design Project”, the culmination of their third-year project: The Museum Course. Since second year, they have been immersed in museums and the particular nature of the museum learning experience. Creating a museum exhibit is an interdisciplinary challenge in which rigorous research and design combine with team work to produce a unique experiential learning opportunity.
Explaining the Quantum World
How do we build ideas that build the future?
What Happened When I Woke Up
Hanging out in the borderlands between psychology and economics (and management, and social innovation…)