Come enjoy Coffee House for some live music. Bring your talent, instruments or just yourself and enjoy a night filled with musical performances of all sorts with friends. Everyone is welcome!
An insightful evening of getting to know more about the PEO: becoming a professional engineer, volunteer opportunities and PEO chapters to keep a lookout for. All future engineers, take notes!
The Waterloo Engineering Competition (WEC) is a day-long event where teams compete to create a design project in the category of their choosing to qualify for the Ontario Engineering Competition and a cash prize! This event is open to all engineering students of all skill sets and knowledge levels. There are many different competitions so there is something for everyone. All competitions will be held online and be able to completed from your own home. Hope to see you there!
This is the League of Legends tournament! You can sign up with a team to compete in a tournament bracket on two separate occasions and the winning team will receive a prize. You don't have to sign up with a team, you can sign up with as many people as possible and we will do our best to accommodate for you.
Get together with friends to play some boardgames online! Chatrooms and calls will be set up so you can hop right into the action from home!
Get your lettuce and get ready to eat. This is a competition to see who can eat an entire head of lettuce the fastest. The winner will be crowned Head Lettuce.
"Feeling gratitude and not expressing it is like wrapping a present and not giving it.” –William Arthur Ward. This is a week dedicated to showing your gratitude towards the people around you, whether nearstranger or family. Think of some people to reach out to and say thank you for anything they've done, big or small, and get talking! Get closer to someone you're less familiar with, rekindle an old friendship, or just have catch up with some friends.
TalEng goes online! Record and submit a cover, original song, dance, or any other talent that you want to show off!
This is the Teamfight Tactics tournament! Sign up to play in a number of games to determine if you are the number one player in Teamfight Tactics.
If you plan to work for a tech company or are thinking of starting your own, this talk is for you.
As part of Remote Learning Community events this term, Steven Cutler (SYDE BASc 2005; SYDE MASc 2006) and Geoffrey Rawle (SYDE BASc 2005), who practice law at Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg LLP in Toronto where they specialize in tech related issues, are coming to give a talk.
This third and final research-focused webinar considers what our virtual future may look like. We will need to improve productivity with better design and automation, make telecommuting more effective and apply to more job roles, learn new ways of managing a dispersed workforce, all while ensuring we remain connected to and engaged with colleagues, employers, families, and friends.
Fix yourself a drink, grab a seat, and join some friends online for a socially distant happy hour!
Crafts?! Sustainability?! Sustainable Crafts?! Oh My! Come and make some beeswax paper using things you're probably already have in your own home! Reuse, Reduce, and Recycle all in one activity!
Congratulations. You did it! It’s time to celebrate your hard-earned engineering degree with your classmates at an interactive virtual celebration!
The Post-COVID-19 Reboot is a weekly webinar series hosted by the University of Waterloo GEDI that brings together research experts and representatives from some of Canada’s leading corporations and startups to discuss strategies for emerging from the pandemic and adapting to this “new normal.” Join us on June 18 for "Rebooting with Research: Viral detection and mitigation". Registration required.
Come and chat while sewing patches on your coveralls or working on other projects. Eating ramen is also encouraged!
Join us for a one-hour webinar about the part-time Master of Business, Entrepreneurship and Technology (MBET) program with our special guests - current part-time MBET students!
This session will include a brief presentation and is mostly Q&A with a panel of MBET students and alumni so you can learn more about their experiences with the program.
Please register to join us.