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Arts graduate May Nemat Allah thrives on working collaboratively and setting the stage for marginalized voices to be heard
When History MA graduate Krenare Recaj found a photograph of herself as a young refugee in a museum's archival collection, her master's research path was set
Six exceptional graduates talk about the ups and downs of earning their doctoral degrees
Nominated by their peers, six exceptional students have inspired their colleagues with passion and resilience
Math and Engineering alumni to receive honorary doctorates at Waterloo's convocation
Student team designs online platform providing accessible sex education and resources for LGBTQ+ youth
People who are more prone to boredom and who are socially conservative are more likely to break public-health rules.
Labels for the COVID-19 virus and its variants have incited xenophobia and other harms throughout the pandemic
The Indigenous Workways participatory research project collaborates with members of Indigenous communities and organizational partners to create safe and supportive employment spaces
Policy should do what it can to make the decision for workers to stay home as easy as possible.
With a living descendant's DNA sample, a team of researchers have identified the remains of John Gregory, engineer aboard HMS Erebus
Waterloo’s ITC Project honoured with 2021 Governor General’s Innovation Award
Psychologist Daniela O’Neill donates expertise and funds to create a board game collection that supports young children’s language, thinking and social skills
Chris Lowry, a professor at the University of Waterloo discusses our relationship with wealth, our understanding of fairness–and how taxes can be used to create a more just society.
Despite investments and advancements in health care, there are societal changes needed as we recover from COVID-19. University of Waterloo history professor Heather MacDougall sheds some light on what we can learn from the past that could help improve the health and strength of our communities.
Doublespeak, or the use of euphemisms to sway opinion, lets leaders avoid the reputational costs of lying while still bringing people around to their way of thinking, a new study has found.
Canada Research Chair dedicates project to redressing educational and leadership inequities