Funding for very early stage companies is an important part of the support Velocity provides. The Velocity Fund is a grant program for startups and aspiring entrepreneurs to win funding through competitions held three times per year.
Join us for a jam packed day including:
Join us for March Break Open House on Saturday, March 19th. Find out more about the programs you're interested in, visit our residences, take a campus tour, learn about co-op, speak with Waterloo professors and students, and more!
Please join us for a free dinosaur tour from the Earth Sciences Museum, located in the EIT building.
This is open to the public and is for all ages.
Come see our dinosaur exhibits and our hand samples of dinosaur fossils for yourself!
Everyone is welcome to joins us for some March Break family fun. It'll be a roaring good time.
The Fusion Conference is a 12-year running, 100% student-organized conference held at the University of Waterloo. Our aim is to bring together the minds of the future to foster growth and innovation in the fields of science, business and technology.
Join us for a public lecture as Waterloo researchers from the Faculties of Science, Engineering and Applied Health Sciences discuss the science behind the Zika virus.
Come out and join Velocity Science for our brainstorming event!
Meet other aspiring entrepreneurs and hash out some great ideas. Then, practice your pitching skills by presenting your idea in front of the other attendees.
Interested in a career in health and public service?
Health Canada and the Public Health Agency of Canada will be hosting an employer info session for students interested in the public service industry.
Today is your day. You’re off to great places. You’re off and away!
Science Society invites you to GradBall 2016: Oh the Places You'll Go in celebration of the graduating class of 2016!
Robert Lemieux, Dean of the Faculty of Science, cordially invites you to attend the 2015 Science Alumni Recognition Awards Reception.
Free tours for the public have been conducted at the Gustav Bakos Observatory for more than ten years.
These tours include monthly public tours; scheduled tours for groups such as girl guides, boy scouts, and elementary and high school classes; and tours for viewing special events such as eclipses and comets.