In our classrooms, we are fortunate to have Black student leaders who excel in their academic pursuits and serve as role models for the rest of our UW community. These individuals selflessly donate their time and energy to guide and support first-year students, paving the way for future generations of Black students in science.
Get presentation ready for the Faculty of Science’s newest course, Staging Science: Embodying Knowledge Expression in the Sciences. A collaboration between the Faculties of Arts and Science, the course is taught by Communication Arts professor Sarah Klein and designed specifically for science students.
Under the guidance of laboratory instructor Leanne Racicot, the chemistry department has achieved a notable milestone by transforming one of its teaching labs into an environmentally friendly space for student learning.
A group of University of Waterloo students enjoyed an incredible experience visiting Toronto to tour the head office of Xanadu, the Canadian quantum computing company on a mission to make useful quantum computers accessible to everyone. What brought these students to such a unique opportunity? A win at Xanadu's Canadian Quantum Cup!
Securing an international scholarship can be a transformative step toward achieving your academic goals. However, with many students vying for a spot, you’ll want to ensure your application stands out! Check out these four tips to consider, as recommended by our admissions committee.
From space missions to pumpkin explosions, it's safe to say we had a busy term here in the Faculty of Science. Catch some stand-out moments that made Fall 2023 one of a kind!
STEM with Disabilities was inspired by the frustration of being a student with disabilities and the epiphany of the power that comes from community. Through sharing lived experiences, the visibility project connects scientists, engineers, technologists, and mathematicians with disabilities, offering diverse role models for postsecondary students.
Graduate Studies and Postdoctoral Affairs has announced the 25 finalists for the 2022-2023 GRADflix competition year, which includes seven finalists from the Faculty of Science.
Waterloo’s PhD programs are scholarly and rigorous in terms of theoretical sophistication and depth and breadth of knowledge. But the University’s spirit of innovation calls on PhD students to disrupt and challenge the status quo.
Global advancements in sciences, together with digital transformation, continue to accelerate innovation, significantly impacting all sectors of the economy. Velocity Science companies lead the way, helping thousands of patients, combating production shortages, and solving accessibility issues and sustainability for long-term solutions.