Corey Johnson

Creating safe places on campus for LGBTQ+ people

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Waterloo’s Making Spaces workshops train staff, faculty and student allies to create more inclusive spaces

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Take a look under the hood of an autonomous car

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Building an artificial brain that will one day replace human drivers is an incredibly complex technical challenge, say the researchers leading Waterloo’s autonomous vehicle project  

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Trudeau calls on “natural risk-takers” at hackathon to lead

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Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau encourages students at Hack the North to embrace differences and be leaders in the world

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Hacking the future at the Waterloo Innovation Summit

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Speakers from Google, Tesla and Microsoft Canada join business and government leaders to exchange ideas about the disruptive trends that are driving innovation

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Fall Orientation: Waterloo welcomes a new crop of Warriors

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Waterloo delivers a customized Orientation experience to help create an inclusive community that fosters student success.

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Building tech for social causes

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Blueprint designs apps for non-profits

Naila Keleta-Mae

Risky business: Investigating power and privilege in the classroom

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Professor Naila Keleta-Mae invites students to think about how myths around race and gender inform worldviews

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Emotionally intelligent AI for people with Alzheimer’s disease

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Waterloo researchers are creating artificially intelligent technology that understands people’s emotions and knows how to remind them to get things done

Quantum physics for babies and you

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Waterloo author will be on campus to share tips on how to share the complexities of quantum physics with a general audience

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Women in physics: support networks, role models and relationships

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Annual conference held at Waterloo’s Institute for Quantum Computing

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