Cancelled due to COVID-19
The UWRA will provide the annual spring luncheon on Tuesday April 28, 2020 at Fed Hall at the University of Waterloo from 11:30 to 2 PM. This year, two speakers will take on the considerable challenge of predicting the state of the University of Waterloo in 2050. The speakers will provide food for thought of what the university might be as it approaches its 100th anniversary in 2057. The talks will be recorded and placed into the university archives, for the interest and probably the humour of future citizens.
The speakers will be Professor Mark Seasons from the School of Planning and Professor Paul Eagles, Distinguished Professor Emeritus.
Paul Eagles Mark Seasons
This luncheon will include a meal catered by U of W food services. The cost of $29 per person covers the charges for the meal, the rental of the room, and parking. Alcoholic beverages will be available for sale.
The room being used in Federation Hall has a seating limit of 73, so this is the limit for registrations for the event.
Come socialize, eat, and think of the future in April 2020.
Parking will take place in lots J, S or V for this event. Parking permits for this event will be given out at these lots and must be displayed on your windshield.
If you request more information contact Paul Eagles, Social Events Co-Chair, Luncheons, at email@example.com or 519-740-1590.
At this UWRA event, a photographer may be taking photos. Event photographs may be used in our print or digital communications. If you would not like your photo taken or used in this way, please advise the photographer. Thank you!
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