Want to learn how to make the perfect pitch? This is the Velocity Start workshop for you!
This week is all about perfecting your pitch. We will show you the different components of a pitch, and you will have the chance to practice informally with your peers.
If you're in Grade 10 and planning to attend university, you and your parents are invited to learn what you can do now to prepare. Registration is required.
NSERC now requires an Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) statement on its applications and CIHR wants to know how you are incorporating sex and gender into your research but most faculty don't even know what EDI is.
Join Prof. Lisa Willis for a seminar on including EDI into your grants, reference letters, hiring practices and managing trainees.
Waterloo Women's Wednesdays (W3) is pleased to announce W3 REPRESENTS, an interdisciplinary research symposium taking place on Wednesday, February 20, 2019 (Reading Week). This unique event represents the research and ideas of University of Waterloo affiliated women-identified and non-binary faculty, staff, graduates and postdocs from a variety of disciplines. W3 REPRESENTS offers a full day of panels, posters, and socializing.
Join us in the Earth Sciences Museum on Saturday February 16th for free fun drop-in programs for kids and their families! We will be hosting two sessions during the day. Dinosaurs and Fossils in the morning and Rocks and Minerals in the afternoon.
Sometimes the first step to career success is simply knowing what you have to offer. This Career Advisor-facilitated workshop teaches you to identify the skills that set you apart and gives you the confidence you need to speak to your strengths.
After years of welcoming incoming students, Secret Science Dances and showing her support for Thrive Week, Arriba is ready for a new adventure, which leaves the Faculty of Science in need of a new mascot.
Robert Lemieux, Dean of the Faculty of Science, cordially invites faculty, staff, alumni, family and friends, to attend the Science Alumni Recognition Awards Reception.
Join April Pawluk for an informal discussion on her career path, and careers in science publishing.
Do you have difficulty planning ahead for your exams or leaving studying for exams to the last minute? In Science, you typically have multiple midterms and exams scheduled in close proximity to one another.
Escape the mid-winter blahs and visit the Observatory during the February public tour!
The President's Pop-up Café offers undergraduate and graduate students the opportunity to sit down with President Feridun Hamdullahpur and other university leaders to have an informal discussion on anything and everything that has to do with your time at Waterloo and beyond.
Science Outreach visits K-12 classrooms and community events in groups of Let’s Talk Science volunteers, to deliver hands-on activities that encourage scientific discovery. Science Outreach also hosts high school groups on campus for labs. This is a great opportunity for you to develop communication and teamwork skills!