A Year of COVID-19 is a three-part series taking place in April, May, and June. This free, online event is open to all University of Waterloo faculty, staff, students and the general public. Please register below for the events you would like to attend.
Dr. Cornelia Wieman
Physician (Psychiatrist), First Nations Health Authority in British Columbia
Despite COVID-19 having many consequences, Indigenous communities across the country have shown resilience and resistance
Dr. Wieman is a University of Waterloo Faculty of Health alumna
Professor of Biology, University of Waterloo
Executive Director, AIDS Committee of Cambridge, Kitchener, Waterloo and Area (ACCKWA)
Health Promotion and Evaluation Specialist, Campus Wellness, University of Waterloo
COVID-19 Pandemic: "The Color of Disease," a focus on race-related health disparities and the urgent need for institutions to focus on equity, diversity, and inclusion.
Kalpita is a University of Waterloo Faculty of Health alumna
Graduate Student, University of Waterloo
An overview of anti-Asian hate crimes and the perceptions of Asian Canadians
Update: Due to unforeseen circumstances Jane Kang is not able to participate in this session.
Researcher, University of Cambridge; Principal, ERIM Consulting; and Founder, Engage Africa Foundation
The role of innovation in creating the system shifts needed for a healthy and equitable global future
Ebele is a University of Waterloo Faculty of Science alumna
Research Talks presents
A Year of COVID-19: Innovative Research
Thursday, May 20
11:45 a.m to 1:15 p.m.