Budding authors: submissions are now being accepted.
The Consulate General of the United Arab Emirates in Toronto in partnership with Canadian Days Magazine and Renison University College - Waterloo invites you to submit a short piece of original fiction (short story of 1000 words maximum) on the theme of:
Renison’s 25th annual One Sky Festival will start with a roar on Saturday, September 21, 2019, as it kicks off with the colourful Japanese lion dance shishi mai. The lion chases away evil spirits and, when it bites the head of Renison President, Dr. Wendy L. Fletcher, it indicates good luck for the school year.
Renison friend and supporter Keith Hipel recently received the prestigious Killam Prize for his work in Engineering. The prizes, presented by the Canada Council for the Arts, are awarded to scholars who have made significant contributions to their field.
Madness, Violence, and Power: A Critical Collection was just released by the University of Toronto Press. Edited in part by Renison Associate Professor and Director of the School of Social Work, Andrea Daley, the collection seeks to broaden the understanding of violence and mental health.
Yesterday, on April 24, 2019, the annual Arts Awards for Service, Teaching and Research were presented to faculty, staff and students who have made exceptional contributions the Faculty of Arts at the University of Waterloo. This year, Renison’s own Dr. Doug Cowan was recognized with an Arts Award for Excellence in Research.
After surveying over 2000 post-secondary students, researchers from four Canadian universities found that more than half of the students feel that they lack competence in the basic skills needed to succeed at university. Areas of perceived deficiency included writing, test taking, analysis, time and group management, research, presentation and numeracy skills.