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Thursday, October 8, 2020

COVID-19 information - updated Thursday, October 8 at 3:00 pm

In observance of public health recommendations and in keeping with announcements from the University of Waterloo, the following initiatives are now in place at Renison University College:

Saturday, October 24, 2020

2020 Fall Convocation - Congratulations Graduates!

Front entrance of Renison, with flags flying. Text reads: Congratulations Graduates.

Congratulations to each of our graduates!

While we are not able to celebrate in person, we want to acknowledge the wonderful accomplishments of each of our graduates!

Saturday, October 24, 2020

Award Winners - Convocation October 2020

Congratulations to our award winners! Photo of student walking up the path toward the Renison entrance.

Renison University College is pleased to announce our October 2020 Convocation Award Winners. These awards are typically announced at in-person convocation events, so we have chosen to acknowledge these awards in a virtual way. Congratulations to each of our award winners!

Friday, October 2, 2020

A Note of Care and Support

Dear Renison Campus Community,

We know that 2020 has been a challenging year for many reasons. We want to acknowledge and call attention to the fact that so many of these challenges have disproportionately impacted our BIPOC community. We are reaching out today with a virtual note of care and support to our community, along with a reminder to you of resources and supports that are available.

Thursday, September 10, 2020

New Hub at Renison University College focuses on the mental health of children and youth in Canada

Logos: KDE Hub and Renison, tagline: Federal Funding Announcement for KDE Hub

WATERLOO, Ont. (THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 2020) – Today, the Minister of Health, the Honourable Patty Hajdu, announced the Government of Canada’s Mental Health Promotion Innovation Fund (the MHP-IF), currently funded at $6.6 million over 2 years. Through the MHP-IF, a new Knowledge Development and Exchange Hub (KDE Hub) will support and amplify the work of 20 diverse projects focused on optimizing mental health and its promotion among young Canadians.

Tuesday, September 8, 2020

In support of #ScholarStrike

Dear Renison Community,

Renison University College supports the #ScholarStrike action that is taking place at colleges and universities across North America on September 9 and 10.

We respect and support the rights of all faculty, staff and students who wish to participate in this action. This aligns very closely with the work that Renison has been pursuing in this area including the national anti-racism conference that Renison hosted last November, the anti-racism dialogue hosted by Dr. Kofi Campbell two weeks ago, and the ongoing development of Renison’s anti-racism task force, currently being led by Dr. Kathy Hogarth. We recognize that change can not happen without real action.

Friday, September 4, 2020

Anti-Racism: the urgency of action - video recording now available

Panelist images, logos for Renison and Waterloo Public Library

Presented in partnership with the Waterloo Public Library. The Honourable Bardish Chagger and an esteemed panel of experts and activists came together for an action-oriented discussion around exploding the barriers to equity and decolonization within our organizations.

Monday, August 31, 2020

Well Done Thou Good and Faithful Servant - Celebrating the wonderful life of Joy Prittie

Joy Prittie as a young woman, on her wedding day, with her daughter as an older woman, and with a bear mascot.

On Saturday April 18, at the age of 92, Joy Prittie passed away peacefully at St. Mary’s General Hospital due to congestive heart failure. A private family graveside service was held and presided over by Reverend Victor Kischak, the Rector at the Church of the Holy Saviour. The Venerable Peter Townshend, former Rector at Holy Saviour, assisted.

Monday, August 31, 2020

Renison Recollections: Renison in the 1990s

College dinner with 8 people at a long table, an image of four people in Halloween costumes, and a group photo in the Moose Room

Becoming a Babe (in Boyland)

by Anne Miller, '97

Driving up with my parents in our packed van to Frosh week 1993 I was telling myself that of course I would be in the girls’ residence building. After all, it had four floors and only one girls’ floor was in the boys’ building. The odds were definitely in my favour. But the cheery leaders told me I was ‘one of the lucky ones’ to be on Babes in Boyland.

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