Waterloo Science welcomes future students and their families to campus to discover our undergraduate programs, campus, student life and more at our 2013 Fall Open House.
The Water Institute is pleased to host a seminar by:
Dr. Mike Paterson
Senior Fellow and Associate
International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD)
Towards a New Vision for the Experimental Lakes Area
Registrations now closed. Selected applicants will be notified by email with further details.
Have you ever thought of exploring the world through an academic exchange?
Would you like to know more about the programs available and the application process?
Are you interested in meeting Science students who have had international adventures, seeing their pictures, and hearing their stories?
If you have answered yes to any of the questions above, you should not miss the Science International Exchange Info Session on Monday, November 18.
The Guelph Waterloo Physics Institute welcomes Dr. Herbert Levine of Rice University to present a public lecture:
"Can physicists help defeat cancer? A story in the making."
The uWaterloo Science Open House will be held on October 26. This free event is the result of a collaborative effort that brings together activities from all uWaterloo Science departments to introduce the wonders of science to kids!
Professor Kim Nasmyth: How are chromosomes held together?
Intended audience: Faculty, staff, grad students, and third- or fourth-year undergraduate students.
Professor Kim Nasmyth: My scientific journey; a lecture for young scientists.
NOTE: This event is now at capacity. Please consider attending the Gairdner research lecture in the afternoon. To register your interest in having your high school class participate in the lecture and activities next year, please contact Diana Kim at email@example.com
Join us for an evening with Dr. Karl Gebhardt, a Professor of Astrophysics at the University of Texas, Austin. He studies various ‘dark’ aspects of galaxies, and has measured more black hole masses than anyone in the world.
"We are living in a unique time for Astronomy as its focus shifts from exploring the light side to mounting a full scale attack on the dark side: black holes, dark matter and dark energy. I will overview current and future battle plans that promise to bring about a fundamental transformation of our understanding of the Universe."
Join us at the University of Waterloo at the Ontario Universities' Fair in downtown Toronto.
Speak to staff, students, and professors from the Faculty of Science and find out everything you need to know about our programs.
Look for the Science representatives in blue T-shirts at the University of Waterloo booth.
Professor Loeb serves as Chair of the Harvard Astronomy department and Director of the Institute for Theory and Computation. He has authored more than 400 research articles and 3 books in astrophysics and cosmology.
Do you ever marvel at how much the "science fiction" from past decades is beginning to look less like fiction, and more like reality? Join us for a discussion of yet another example: Dr. Alcubierre will be explaining his theory of a way to make warp drive possible.
Save the date!
ChemEd 2013 will take place from July 28, 2013 to August 1, 2013. For more information, visit the ChemEd 2013 website.
Join us on June 10th as Dr. Laura Ferrarese (Biography) from the National Research Council and University of Victoria explores "Black Holes: Into the Heart of Darkness".
This free event requires a ticket. Please register: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/uwaterloo-public-lecture-black-holes-into-the-heart-of-darkness-tickets-6676839607
Pipelines through Paradise: a panel discussion on Alberta oil
Prof. Biswas' lecture, the “Future of the World's Water: Rhetoric and Reality”, will challenge the widespread belief that there is an impending global water crisis. He will argue that the world has enough water to support human populations, associated food and energy requirements, and environmental needs, if we manage it properly. Dr. Biswas will identify poor water management practices, including those in Canada, as a significant obstacle and will discuss how existing management approaches need to be re-evaluated. Dr. Biswas will describe how remarkable advances are being made in unexpected places, and how Canada can play a more significant role in improving the world's water future.
Please join us for the Water Institute’s Research Symposium 2013.
The Water Institute's inaugural Research Symposium will be held May 2, 2013.
The 2013 symposium will showcase the breadth of the University of Waterloo's water research and provide an opportunity for organizations, faculty and students to interact with researchers and students.
The symposium will be immediately followed by the Water Institute's 2013 Distinguished Lecture, Student Poster Exhibition and Reception.
Free Event, please register at Eventbrite.
Speed Networking 4.0, A Date with Your Future, is a career networking event for UW Science graduate and undergraduate students. Speak with Waterloo Science alumni working in a wide range of science professions. This is a great opportunity to explore career possibilities.
Over 30 UW science alumni will participate in the event.
Your future is closer than you think!
RSVP Bonnie Fretz
Explore Your Options: Health-Related Careers of Science Alumni
Panel + Mix and Mingle
• Meet Science Alumni working in diverse & dynamic fields
• Hear about and explore a variety of health-related careers
• Ask about preparing for further education or the job market
The event is free, but you must register.