UWaterloo math alumni and friends!
Welcome to our growing global community of 44,277 alumni in 108 countries.
The Dean’s New Year message
As we celebrate the start of the new year, I want to say a special thank you to Waterloo mathies everywhere. It’s been two difficult years, but our community’s ingenuity in the face of adversity—our tireless pursuit of a better world—has been nothing short of amazing. Your accomplishments fill me with hope for the future and, for this, I am deeply grateful.
Since the Fall, I’ve had the chance to meet with many of you in person for the first time as Dean. It has been inspiring to hear your stories and I’ve come away from these discussions energized and optimistic. In particular, I’m excited about what we might accomplish together as we tackle the big challenges facing the world.
When it is safe to do so, I hope to meet with many more of you. Please stay tuned for more information about when I may be visiting your part of the world. In the meantime, please stay connected to the Faculty by reading E-Ties, our alumni e-newsletter. In it, you’ll find event information, faculty news and alumni success stories. To subscribe to E-Ties, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
And, finally, I hope you’ll read some of our favourite alumni and friends stories from 2021. There is so much to be proud of.
Happy New Year!
Dean, Faculty of Mathematics
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