The Town Hall is an opportunity for Science leadership to listen to concerns from our Science community on racism and discrimination of all forms, from overt acts to those more unconscious in nature. The goal is for us to gain a better understanding of the problems facing Black, Indigenous and People of Colour. We hope to provide our Science Anti-Racism Taskforce with sufficient directions to formulate mitigation strategies so we may work together to become an inclusive academic society without racism.
Wintery weather is the perfect backdrop for our final seminar of the semester. Our very own Prof. Kirsten Müller will present about "Reflections on leadership from a distant continent". Come for the penguins, stay for the wisdom.
Event will be hosted on WebEx.
The Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences Proudly Presents:
Dr. Thomas Harter, University of California, Davis
"Nonpoint source pollution in agricultural landscapes:
Assessment, monitoring, regulation, and management"
Thinking of applying to graduate school in Science this year or next? Attend our second information session for tips and tricks on how to ace your grad applications. Prof. Shawn Wettig, the Faculty of Science Associate Dean of Graduate Studies, will give the talk. After his presentation you will have the opportunity to ask him questions and then breakoff into rooms with our department, school, and institute admission coordinators and faculty members to ask more specific questions.
Faculty of Science students: Are you submitting a scholarship application to CGS-M (NSERC) this year? With less than 3 weeks to the December 1st deadline, take advantage of resources prepared to help you succeed. Attend an info session with the Associate Dean Grad Studies, Shawn Wettig on Monday November 16th 3:00 pm. Learn who is available to help you with your application in the Faculty of Science including grad chairs/officers and proposal expert Kim Arnold.
Photons in Space: the Next Frontier! These are the voyages of Canada's first Quantum Satellite Mission - the Quantum EncrYption and Science Satellite (QEYSSat). Its upcoming mission: To explore strange new physics, and enable secure communication across Canada and around the world. To seek out new discoveries and new ways to communicate... To boldly send photons where none have gone before!
Please join us as we celebrate the Fall Class of 2020
All Fall 2020 graduates, family, friends, faculty and staff are invited to our Faculty of Science Live Virtual Convocation Reception.
The Waterloo Institute for Nanotechnology (WIN) is pleased to present a Distinguished Lecture Series talk by Professor Liangbing (Bing) Hu, a distinguished professor in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at the University of Maryland.
Thinking of applying to graduate school in Science this year or next? Attend our information session for tips and tricks on how to ace your grad applications. Prof. Shawn Wettig, the Faculty of Science Associate Dean of Graduate Studies, will give the talk. After his presentation you will have the opportunity to ask him questions and then breakoff into rooms with our department admission coordinators to ask more specific questions.
Join us for casual conversations with researchers at the Institute for Quantum Computing (IQC).
Kristine Boone, PhD candidate - Tuesday, October 20, 7:00 p.m.
For our third Fireside Chat, we welcome Kristine Boone for a conversation about working on the boundary of research and industry.
Tune in live on YouTube.
As part of the Water Institute's WaterTalks lecture series, Rebecca Tharme, Fellow in Residence at the LE STUDIUM Loire Valley Institute for Advanced Studies, presents, "Riverscapes and Lifeways - Biocultural Diversity and River Flow Management."
From Laser Cooling to Quantum Chemistry
Welcome to the Amazing Science Race!
Science teams ready, set and GO!
It's on! All alumni, students, friends and family are invited to join us online for the Amazing Science Race, a virtual race and scavenger hunt. You can participate on your own, or if you prefer, gather some friends or family members to round out your team.
The Waterloo Institute for Nanotechnology (WIN) is pleased to present a Distinguished Lecture Series talk by Professor Joseph Heremans, an Ohio Eminent Scholar and distinguished professor in the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department at the Ohio State University.
We are kicking off the biweekly biology semester series for fall term with the inimitable Dr. Clara Chan from the University of Delaware, with a talk this Friday titled "How microbes rust the Earth: Insights from field studies, culturing and ‘omics"
Associate Scientific Editor April Pawluk was in the midst of a traditional academic research path when she realized that her true calling was in the world of scientific publication and not at a lab bench in Berkeley. Now she’s flourishing at Cell Press, helping to shape and facilitate the vast landscape of communicating novel scientific discoveries.
President Feridun Hamdullahpur will be hosting a special virtual Graduate Student Town Hall to address concerns returning to campus, including questions about classes, campus access, research and more.
President Feridun Hamdullahpur will be hosting a special virtual Undergraduate Student Town Hall to address concerns returning to campus, including questions about classes, campus access, research, co-op, student supports and more.
We are pleased to announce a virtual meeting for the presentation of the first GOGREEN Data release and science results, hosted by the Waterloo Centre for Astrophysics. The public portion of the meeting will run from 10am-2pm EDT on Monday Aug 24, and 10am-12pm EDT on Tuesday Aug 25. To be included on future emails, and to receive the password-protected Zoom link on August 21, please register here. There is no registration fee.
Being able to complete experiments efficiently and effectively requires not just scientific technical skills but project planning skills as well. We’ll be covering some basics on how to map out an experimental pipeline using a 5 week rotation student project as a framework.
Join the Gustav Bakos Observatory for a night of astronomy at home. Take a tour of the night sky and watch the Perseid Meteor Shower online.
The role of dams and the nearshore zone on phosphorus flows along the river-lake interface
With continued concern for eutrophication in the lower Great Lakes, scientists, government and stakeholders continue to work together towards effective management solutions. In these freshwater systems, phosphorus is a main driver of algal blooms. Our ability to manage phosphorus in these systems to improve water quality is limited by our understanding of phosphorus flows and cycling along rivers and into large lakes.
Interested in entrepreneurship and science? Have an idea? Come by and chat with our Science Innovation Hub (SIH) Advisory team to get some feedback!
Being able to shape your data into a publication-quality figure can sometimes make or break whether your data are accepted or even understood properly. We’ll be examining how figures are created from raw data using existing peer-reviewed papers.
You’ve got your research, now what?
What are some of the on-campus resources or connections to help you take your research, product, technology or idea to the next stage? Come listen to our speakers who will share their experiences from research to market.