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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.
Iyinoluwa “E” Aboyeji is turning Africa’s biggest challenges into global business opportunities
Gig work is transforming our global economy and public health as workers weigh risks every day in precarious, low-wage jobs to deliver us food and parcels
Intellijoint Surgical pays it forward by helping Waterloo med tech startups scale globally while remaining local
SheCycle keeps girls healthy and in school with a sanitary pad
From disaster response and recovery to vaccine delivery, two Waterloo alumni are harnessing AI for social good
Professor dedicates her art, research and teaching to understanding Black freedom
Expanded Health Sciences Campus to bolster regional economy and profile
How rethinking our economy can save the world
Kirsten Mosey found her purpose by volunteering in a refugee camp and working on a co-op term with Waterloo’s entrepreneurial Centre for Peace Advancement
Thought leader on work-integrated learning leads a global conversation on how to prepare students for the future of work
Co-op is purpose-built for challenges and crisis.
Canada Day is a time to reflect on historical and contemporary points of dispute between Indigenous people and Canada
Microsoft exec shares why co-op is a “win-win” for both students and employers
Despite the pandemic, Waterloo’s Centre for Sight Enhancement continues low vision support
After over six weeks in lockdown, governments across the country have agreed on criteria needed to start lifting restrictions
Waterloo student volunteers his time and skills to help fight the coronavirus