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Welcome to the Department of Psychology at the University of Waterloo

 

Founded in the early 1960s, the Department has grown to become one of the most esteemed Departments of Psychology in Canada.

Our faculty and our graduate program are internationally renowned.

Have you heard about the student portal

It’s a new, mobile-friendly communication tool that will deliver the UWaterloo information you need, just when you need it.

All Arts students (undergrad and graduate) can now access portal and the valuable information it offers, such as:

  • Class schedule / next class
  • Available study spaces on campus
  • Real-time GRT bus data
  • Reminders for important academic dates
  • plus much more customized content

Log into the student portal today and start using this important new tool.

                      STUDENT PORTAL BUTTON

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    Healthy City Panel Discussion

    Join  Guest Librarian, Robin Mazumder, for a discussion on how cities contribute to our health. We’ll hear from experts in the field and have a discussion on ways we can make Kitchener a vibrant, healthy and happy city. Panelists include Dr.

  2. Mar. 3, 2017Psych Colloquium presents Paul Bloom from Yale University, USA

    More about Paul: http://psychology.yale.edu/people/paul-bloom

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  3. Apr. 21, 2017Psych Colloquium presents Eli Finkel from Northwestern University, USA

    More about Eli: http://elifinkel.com/

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