Curious about careers in the health field? Join us for the School of Public Health and Health Systems’ (SPHHS) Virtual Career Panel! This webinar will feature SPHHS alumni, as they discuss their experiences in their respective health career.
Convocation is the culmination of years of hard work and dedication. While we won’t be able to celebrate with in person this fall, graduands are invited to a live virtual celebration to mark this milestone.
Join the Faculty of Applied Health Sciences (AHS) for Graduate Studies Information Week beginning October 5. Select from a series of online sesions exploring the fundamentals of grad school and graduate programs in AHS. Visit event page for session details and to register.
Join us for this webinar event, featuring a keynote by World Wildlife Fund Canada President and CEO, Megan Leslie, and panel discussion with UWaterloo's Zahid Butt and Goretty Dias. Our speakers will share their expertise as they discuss climate change and its impact on the environment, food systems and our health.
The pandemic has revealed vulnerabilities and opportunities of our globalized world. Will we see new political trends internationally? Will local trade be encouraged? Will we still be able to travel the world? University of Waterloo researchers will discuss the ways that politics, trade and tourism will be influenced.
COVID-19 has shaken the world, challenging societies and altering life as we know it. But from this crisis, opportunities have emerged calling us to action as we prepare to reboot from the COVID-19 lockdown. This webinar focuses on the economics of public health and health policy, the environment, clean water, and COVID-19 transmission in waste water.
Join Professor John Hirdes for this COVID-19: Ask our experts community talk. Community talks will be held online using a video link that will be provided before the talk. Registration is required.
Using her experience as medical doctor and special advisor on health for Nishnawbe Aski Nation, Jane Philpott will examine causes and consequences of the main health issues in Indigenous communities.