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Job postings that focus on how work can be meaningful and contribute to organizational impact draw more interest and result in higher-quality job applications from young people, according to recent research.
Long-term care residents, isolated because of the COVID-19 pandemic, are at increased risk for negative mental health outcomes, but new research from the University of Waterloo shows those outcomes can not only be measured, but mitigated, with thoughtful interventions informed by data.
Single-use, medical-grade gloves could be safely reused up to 20 times when using certain disinfection methods – a welcome piece of news for frontline healthcare workers facing PPE shortages during the COVID-19 pandemic.
One year ago today, the first case of COVID-19 was confirmed in Canada.
Social media use during the early days of the pandemic increased the amount of misinformation about the virus, but also helped spread that misinformation far and wide.
Many cities have made little progress to limit their risk of flooding over the past five years
Is it human nature to break the rules? Are people just sick of COVID-19 restrictions?
People can build wise reasoning skills by practicing a distanced, third-person, self-reflection technique, according to new research from the University of Waterloo.
St. Paul’s University College rolls out training initiative for Indigenous students
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.
Indigenous and Black Engineering and Technology (IBET) Momentum Fellowships address an urgent need to encourage and support the pursuit of graduate studies by under-represented groups.
Household appliances and other devices could be operated with simple voice commands using highly efficient new artificial intelligence technology.
The Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines have fueled both hope and falsehood. Here, Professor Kelly Grindrod debunks the most common myths she and her colleagues have heard about the new COVID-19 protection.
The Pfizer and Moderna vaccines are being administered across Canada to priority groups.
We spoke to pharmacist and drug expert Professor Kelly Grindrod to answer some commonly asked questions about getting vaccinated against COVID-19.
The collaboration will build on the relationship between Waterloo and the National Research Council at a new facility in Mississauga that was officially inaugurated on November 16.
President-designate, two alumni and a professor emeritus are among honourees