Stephen M. Watt, Dean, Faculty of Mathematics invites you to join him for complimentary cocktails and hors d’oeuvres. Dean Watt will be previewing the Faculty of Mathematics’ 50th Anniversary international celebrations for 2017 (including Asia), and inviting you to join Reunion 2017.
The department of Computational Mathematics is hosting an Alumni Career Panel.
Our panelists include professionals from Magnet Forensics, Sortable, Claronav, Open Text and the University of Waterloo.
These five successful Alumni will talk about the following:
Second, third and fourth-year undergraduate students are invited to come out and learn more about graduate studies in Faculty of Mathematics.
There will be an overview of Graduate Studies in the Faculty of Mathematics including a brief description from:
1B Math Student are invited to attend a co-op information session.
Learn: about the application process.
The Bridges lecture series are public lectures connecting Arts, Science and Mathematics.
Pattern finding- popular expression of transcendent ideas.
With Matthew Scott and Soheila Esfahani
It's a countdown to one of our most exciting years since 1967!
Join us at the 2016 Math Reunion to kick off a year of celebrations! Okay...we know the 50th Anniversary of the Faculty of Mathematics doesn't start until January 1st, but what a great way to get things going.
Math students are cordially invited to attend the Math Faculty - Go Abroad Information Session.
- where you can go on exchange
- how to apply using Passport, our new online application tool
- how to make an exchange work with co-op programs
and meet your Faculty Exchange Representatives.
A weekend of activities have been planned for Class of ‘76ers and Faculty of Mathematics alumni in Ottawa. Reconnect with your fellow alumni as you take in the spectacular view of the city from the upper deck of a river cruise or join the new Dean of Math for cocktails at one of Ottawa’s premiere French Brasseries—it is sure not to disappoint!
Dan Wolczuk presents "Active Learning in Math"
It is often said that learning mathematics is not a spectator sport. Moreover, there is overwhelming evidence that active learning in the mathematics classroom improves students' performance.
In this session, I will briefly review some of the literature on active learning and discuss options and obstacles for inserting active learning into our classrooms.
Join friends and family on Thursday, September 15th, 2016 to celebrate the life of Dr. Pino Tenti.
Fields UG Summer Research Program Students visit to the University of Waterloo’s Faculty of Mathematics
Schedule of Events:
|9:00 a.m.||Departure from Fields Institute|
|10:45 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.||
Arrival at the Faculty of Math / Refreshments
|11:00 a.m. – 11:15 a.m||
Welcome remarks - Information on University of Waterloo Math Graduate Studies
How I used Math and Software to get into every Fashion House in the world...
Presenting the Art and Science of my Software Business
The Faculty of Mathematics is hosting a networking reception for Math alumni living in the St. Catharines area and alumni who will be attending the Statistical Society of Canada Annual Meeting at Brock University.
Join the uWaterloo Alumni Calgary Chapter (UWAC) and current Waterloo co-op students working in Calgary for an evening of drinks, great food and even better conversation. Learn about upcoming events being hosted by UWAC, hear updates from campus and offer feedback about future alumni activities in Calgary.
Join us at our new location:
The Centre for Computational Mathematics is hosting a public lecture and reception to celebrate the 10th anniversary.
Everyone welcome! Please register to attend.
Public lecture: Ocean turbulence and global climate variability in the ice-age
Speaker: Professor Dick Peltier, University of Toronto
Join us for a panel discussion on the use of clickers in Math and CS lectures, featuring
- Shane Bauman (Dean's Office)
- Ricardo Fukasawa (Combinatorics & Optimization)
- Diana Skrzydlo (Statistics & Actuarial Science)
- Dave Tompkins (Computer Science)
Panelists will talk about their motivation to try clickers in the classroom, the challenges and the benefits.
The Faculty of Mathematics' Dean, Stephen M. Watt, invites you to reconnect with your UW alumni, receive university updates, and hear about plans for the Faculty’s upcoming 50th anniversary. This event will be a great opportunity to gather with friends and staff of UW to build your pride in the University of Waterloo.
Thank you very much for attending March Break Open House 2016!
Please download the slides for the following sessions:
Join us on campus for:
- Academic sessions - see suggested schedules below
- Learn about co-op jobs from students in programs you've applied to
- Get your questions answered from professors, staff, and students at our academic and admissions booth
- Take a student-led tour of the Math Faculty buildings to see where students take classes, study, eat, and hang out.
- Get insight and tips about how to excel at the Euclid Contest
- Attend a sample Math and a Computer Science first-year lecture
- See what life is like at Waterloo
Here are sample schedules of the day's activities
Suggested schedule for students interested in Computer Science and related programs
Suggested schedule for students interested in Computer Science programs (PDF):
Computer Science (CS), Business and CS Double Degree (BusCS/DD), Computing and Financial Management (CFM), Software Engineering
Suggested schedule for students interested in Math Majors
Suggested schedule for students interested in Math Majors (PDF) : Actuarial Science, Applied Mathematics, Combinatorics and Optimization, Computational Mathematics, Mathematical Economics, Mathematical Finance, Mathematical Optimization, Mathematical Physics,Pure Mathematics, Statistics, Statistics for Health, Waterloo Mathematics/Teaching
Suggested schedule for students interested in Math Business Programs
Suggested schedule for students interested in Math Business Programs (PDF), including Math/Chartered Professional Accountancy (CPA), Math/Financial Analysis and Risk Management (FARM) Programs, Business (WLU) and Mathematics (Waterloo) Double Degree (MathBus DD), Math/Business Administration Single Degree (Math/Bus SD), Mathematical Economics, Information Technology Management
Suggested schedule for students in Pre-Grade 12
Suggested schedule for students in Pre-Grade 12 (PDF)
Or download the full schedule of activities for the Faculty of Mathematics (PDF).
There will be an information session on Tuesday, March 8th in MC 4061 at 4:30 pm. Applications will be available at the session.
We are pleased to invite our fellow UWaterloo alumni to a fun day in Whistler on Saturday, March 5, 2016. Ski, snowboard or just come for lunch and a day of exploring the village of Whistler! Even if you don't live in the area, its a great reason to plan a trip to Whistler!
Join us for the Faculty of Mathematics heats of the Three Minute Thesis (3MT) Competition. Everyone welcome!
Please join your fellow Mathies, alumni, and representatives of the University of Waterloo basketball teams, for an evening of reconnecting, reminiscing, and cheering on the Warriors! Lost your thundersticks? Not to worry—we’ll have plenty to share along with other UW swag!