University of Waterloo researchers have created a tool aimed at decreasing the rate of malnutrition in hospitals. Known as the Mealtime Audit Tool (MAT), it will help dietitians, doctors and nurses identify why a third of patients in acute care settings don’t eat the food on their trays.
Two teams of engineering students at the University of Waterloo have been awarded $50,000 each to turn their fourth-year projects into startup companies after graduation.
The funding is provided by celebrated Waterloo Engineering graduates Chamath Palihapitiya and his wife Brigette Lau, founders of Social Capital, a Silicon Valley venture capital fund dedicated to solving some of the world’s most difficult problems.
Our university community is deeply saddened by the loss of one of our students. This tragedy leaves our campus in mourning, and we offer our deepest sympathies to the student’s family and friends.
We know this is a very difficult time and we take to heart the concerns we’ve heard from our campus community. We thank those who have shared their views with us, including through a petition on the subject of mental health supports on campus.
The Water Institute at the University of Waterloo and the de Gaspé Beaubien Foundation launched a three-year partnership that will combine water research and tech to mitigate threats to our vital water resources.
The University of Waterloo is hosting an expert panel to address gender violence on university campuses with specific attention to institutional challenges and the University of Waterloo's response. There will be a Q & A to follow.
Renowned neuroscientist Carol Barnes will present the University of Waterloo’s 2017 Hagey Lecture this week and discuss how memory and the brain change during normal aging, as well as some of the current thinking about ways to optimize mental functions throughout life.
The University of Waterloo and Wilfrid Laurier University will mark World Water Day March 22 with their eighth annual Graduate Research Fair and Water Celebration. As part of the event, UWaterloo will announce an exciting partnership.
In light of the new government in the United States and recent events involving that administration, the University of Waterloo will present a panel discussion this week on the social, cultural and economic consequences of politics.
Total Impacts: Political, Economic and Social Effects of the U.S. Administration will take place at the University of Waterloo and will feature a panel of experts.