Media are invited to join the University of Waterloo’s Faculty of Arts for a groundbreaking ceremony to mark the start of construction for a new space dedicated to student use.
The multi-level atrium will rise above the courtyard of the J.G. Hagey Hall of the Humanities. The new addition will be a bright hub with more than 9,000 square feet of study and project rooms on the upper levels and open gathering areas on the ground floor, with coffee and food services.
More teens and adults are trying e-cigarettes than ever before, but researchers remain at odds about what risks the products pose to public health. Are they a helpful quitting tool, or do they promote tobacco use among new users?
Today the Government of Canada named eight professors from the University of Waterloo as Canada Research Chairs (CRC). Five of those also received funding from the Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI) as part of the same announcement.
The following Canada Research Chairs from the University of Waterloo were included in today's announcement:
Clark Dickerson (Applied Health Sciences), Canada Research Chair in Shoulder Mechanics — new Tier 2