Convocation is the culmination of years of hard work and dedication. The University of Waterloo is proud to honour the many accomplishments of our 2021 Faculty of Health graduates and will mark this milestone with a virtual convocation ceremony.
Professor Sue Horton of the School of Public Health and Health Systems joins experts Dr. Clark Baldwin and Mark Servos in the second event in the virtual three-part series A Year of COVID-19, hosted by the Office of Research.
This Hallman lecture will include a discussion of the COVID-19 response from the perspective of the National Chief of the Assembly of First Nations, Perry Bellegarde, and a panel discussion of national and regional successes and challenges.
Featuring keynote by Dr. Cornelia Wieman, this event will highlight the ways in which members of Indigenous and racialized communities have been disproportionately impacted by COVID-19.
This free virtual event takes place over two afternoons and examines the promise and limits of technology to promote successful longevity by featuring a diverse group of leaders. Speakers include aging and technology researchers, clinicians and frontline workers, members of advocacy groups, policymakers, technology officers from industry and visionaries that have implemented innovative models for supporting older adults.
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.
Meet other first-year students in Health Studies and Public Health in our first-ever bingo night! Questions will be asked in a fun combination of Faculty of Health-specific, historical facts, and pop culture references. The answers to these questions will be on the squares of your bingo cards. Work as a team to figure out the answers and compete to be the first to get a bingo! Get ready for an awesome night with your peers and the chance to win prizes.
This bingo event is open to all first-year School of Public Health and Health System students.