2nd, 3rd, and 4th year undergraduates are invited to an information session and learn more about graduate studies in Mathematics. You will have the chance to speak with department representatives and ask questions about programs in:
WiM Directed Reading Program (DRP) initiative aims to provide undergraduate students with the opportunity to work with graduate students on a mathematical project.
The Faculty of Mathematics is pleased to host a special guest lecture by Dr. Edward Doolittle, an expert in the Indigenization of Mathematics. He will be sharing his expertise during a lecture on November 9, 2022, from 2 to 3 p.m. in DC 1302.
In May, the University of Waterloo welcomed over 30 Ukrainian students to our campus, whose education had been disrupted by the war in Ukraine.
The Ukrainian Photo Exhibit was created by these students to raise awareness and highlight the impact that the war in Ukraine is having on academics and civilians.
The Faculty of Mathematics and the Faculty of Health invite you to join us on Saturday, October 1, at the Wes Graham Symposium, a celebration of research and innovation made possible by the legacy of
Grab your Waterloo gear and get ready to celebrate at Alumni Black and Gold Day this fall!
Join us from September 29 to October 1, 2022! Registration opens Friday, August 19, 2022.
Find out more on the University of Waterloo Alumni Website
Put your code cracking skills to the test with Key Clues! This Faculty-wide puzzle-solving competition is organized and run by volunteers from the Faculty of Mathematics.
The Women in Mathematics (WiM) welcomes incoming, and returning students, to our community during our Fall WiM Welcome Event.
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The Math Faculty is excited to host a Faculty Reception and Dinner to celebrate and recognize the awards and achievements of our faculty, welcome new faculty and, recognize retiring faculty members and their contributions.
This is an invite only event.
The University of Waterloo and Wilfrid Laurier University are proud that we have crossed another milestone in the history of the Double Degree program. In 2021, we celebrated 20 fabulous years!
Join us in person on Saturday, June 4 for a celebratory reception. See fellow classmates, current students and program faculty members.
Door Prizes! Complimentary Refreshments! Cash Bar!
Join us on Saturday, June 4, 2022! Alumni Weekend is a special time for all University of Waterloo alumni to reconnect, reminisce and revisit campus.
Congratulations Class of 2022!
The Faculty of Mathematics invites you to join us for Grad Class Send-Off 2022 to celebrate and honour your achievements. Register below to attend and to receive a commemorative champagne flute!
Celebrate Pi Day with an exclusive update and conversation about how the University of Waterloo is positioning itself to play an important role in meeting the world's current and future health challenges with the Faculty of Mathematics Dean, Mark Giesbrecht.
The Dean will showcase the vision for the Faculty and our commitment to our international alumni, especially those in Hong Kong and the surrounding area.#DeansLectureHK
From day to day, you might fill the role of a student, parent, caregiver, or one of many other roles. Regardless of the one (or many!) you play, we all face the challenge of keeping well.
Are we ready for the quantum era?
Monday, February 28th from 6:30-8:00 p.m.
Speakers: Michele Mosca and Sara Zafar Jafarzadeh
Quantum mechanics enables powerful new tools and capabilities. Despite the many anticipated positive applications, some of the tools would threaten the security of the digital tools and platforms upon which we increasingly rely, such as Internet of Things devices, e-commerce, e-Health and more. And some of the tools enable new methods for protecting privacy and the security of information and digital systems.
Statistical Learning of Noisy Data
Join WiM for a 45 Minute talk with Professor Grace Y. Yi and a Q&A session to follow.
Register today to attend the WiM Winter Colloquium 2022.
GRADflix is a research communication opportunity for graduate students. Participants will create a video, moving slide show, or animation of no longer than 60 seconds (one minute) in length that describes their research.