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Monday, June 1, 2020

Nominations invited: upcoming vacancy on Board of Governors

Renison crest. Text reads: nominations invited for the board of governors.

The Board of Governors invites nominations for one upcoming vacancy on the Board effective January 1, 2021 for a three year term. The Board is seeking a candidate who has recent experience in financial management, preferably in a public organization (e.g. municipality, university, health care, or other not-for-profit corporation).

Monday, April 29, 2019

Dr. Keith Hipel wins the Killam Prize for engineering

Keith Hipel

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.

Wednesday, February 20, 2019

Renison Associate Professor Trish Van Katwyk empowers young people to explore resilience through collaborative art making

In a project that is described by a group leader as “empowering,” Renison Associate Professor Trish Van Katwyk recently published a study that explores the way that youth see themselves in the term ‘resilience.’ “Resilience Beyond Risk: Youth Re-defining Resilience Through Collective Art-Making,” used art-making and conversation to explore the ways in which labels that are often applied to young people are understood by young people themselves.

Friday, January 11, 2019

Director of Confucius Institute in Waterloo receives national Chinese award for literary work

Yan Li gives a speech at awards ceremony

The director of the Confucius Institute in Waterloo, based at Renison, has been recognized with two awards for her outstanding works of literature.

In December, Prof. Yan Li travelled to China to receive the People's Literature Award (Best Creative Non-Fiction for 2018) for her work Green Mountains Everywhere.

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