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SAF alumni, Adnan Khan and Fineas Tatar launch social impact venture
Professor dedicates her art, research and teaching to understanding Black freedom
Canada has a historic opportunity to emerge from the public health crisis stronger than before with innovative policies and investments that embrace change
People can build wise reasoning skills by practicing a distanced, third-person, self-reflection technique, according to new research from the University of Waterloo.
Iyinoluwa “E” Aboyeji is turning Africa’s biggest challenges into global business opportunities
Global pandemic affects how women are judged and evaluated on performance
SAF alumnus credits determination, perseverance and experience formula for his finance success
Is it human nature to break the rules? Are people just sick of COVID-19 restrictions?
Savanah Seaton wants to help employers create workplaces where Indigenous employees can feel a sense of belonging and fully contribute their untapped knowledge, skills and abilities.
Supporting safer cybersecurity decisions and a privacy-conscious mindset for industry leaders and others grappling with pandemic stress
Sarah Cheng, SAF grad lands deal on CBC Dragons’ Den
When we can’t be physically close to anyone, social media helps keep us connected. But during these difficult and busy times, social media can also be a mentally exhausting place. Too much news intake can trigger feelings of anxiety and depression.
We asked Professor Shana Macdonald, an expert in social media, to remind us of how to limit our news intake while staying engaged and connected virtually.
Behavioural, political and social scientists offer predictions and advice for navigating COVID-19
The 2021 list of innovators includes eight exceptional young people with ties to Waterloo
The COVID-19 pandemic has shown us with alarming prevalence, the existence of people who simply refuse to listen to expert advice.
When it comes to large groups who refuse to wear masks, or the potential for many people to refuse a vaccine – there are real and often dangerous consequences to grapple with.
How do we combat this phenomenon?
Incentive programs to encourage farmers and other landowners to protect the environment are key to conservation, but new research shows issues such as lack of enforcement undermine their effectiveness on a global scale
Professor James Walker’s account of WWI race and recruitment demonstrates how racism deepened Canada’s consequences of war