RIO Summer Programs Coordinator makes it to Velocity Fund finals

Shipping boxes in a distribution centreImagine being a 4A Medical Physics student, working as a Summer Programs Coordinator in Renison's International Office and being the co-founder and CEO of a logistics start-up. If this sounds like a busy schedule to you, it is. That's why when we heard the news that Citius Solutions LLC was chosen as a finalist for the Velocity Fund Finals and reached out to Maarij Rehman, co-founder and CEO, we were happy that he was able to take the time to answer some questions for us (Q&A Style). Renison International Office Summer Programs Coordinator makes it to Velocity Fund finals

EFAS spring 2016 class celebrates the end of their program with brunch

Taisei Furukawa receives EFAS spirit award from Elizabeth MatthewsRenison University College (Renison) English for Academic Success (EFAS) spring 2016 students had a celebratory brunch to mark the coming completion of their program on Thursday, July 14, 2016. The delicious brunch took place in the Renison's Great Hall where students were able to take some pictures with Renimoose. EFAS spring 2016 brunch

Renison International Office custom science program visits Grand River Regional Cancer Centre

RIO group photo in front of Grand River Region Cancer CentreStudents from Beijing Normal University (BNU) got a chance to visit the Grand River Regional Cancer Centre on Friday, July 15th. The students attended in partnership with Renison International Office’s (RIO) Exploring Science program which ran during the first two weeks of July. Renison International Office custom science program visits Grand River Regional Cancer Centre

Building English and Canadian Pride

From an article by Ryan Connell, Student Experience Coordinator, English Language Institute (click for original)

By Ryan Connell, Student Experience Coordinator

EFAS students at UWaterloo Canada Day with Canadian flagsMost Canada Day celebrations are known for their enthusiastic and upbeat crowds. The kindness and friendliness of the crowd makes for a perfect setting for Renison English Language Institutestudents wishing to build their language skills. This year, students from Renison’s English for Academic Success (EFAS) program volunteered for the University of Waterloo’s Canada Day celebrations, a festive tradition that attracts more than 60,000 people across Waterloo Region each year. Building English and Canadian Pride

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