Yesterday, the Graduate Studies Office (GSO) kicked off its first event for the new GRADtalks series.
Stephanie Chan, Natalya O'Neill and Associate Dean of Computing and Co-op Education Stefan Idziak.
Natalya O’Neill (centre), a Materials and Nanosciences student, was among six students recognized today by the University of Waterloo for their outstanding achievements in co-operative education.
Alumni Denise Kreutzwiser first shadowed an HIV pharmacist on co-op. Since then, she’s travelled to Zimbabwe, Australia, and throughout Canada working with HIV-infected people.
Seven Science students and companies will be competing for $125,000 at the Winter Velocity Fund Final tomorrow.
Mónica Barra's lasting influence on students and faculty alike has been recognized today with a 2017 Distinguished Teaching Award. She will receive the award at the spring convocation.
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