Professor Naila Keleta-Mae

Risky business: Investigating power and privilege in the classroom


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

Senior woman's hands under tap

Emotionally intelligent AI for people with Alzheimer’s disease


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


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

Conference attendees standing in lobby of Quantum Nano Centre

Women in physics: support networks, role models and relationships


Annual conference held at Waterloo’s Institute for Quantum Computing

Illustration of future GreenHouse space in St. Pauls expansion

GreenHouse Social Impact Showcase highlights social innovators


Entrepreneurs address issues like homelessness, racialization and gender disparity

Runner in blue sweater looking at smartwatch

How apps can motivate you by tapping into your personality


Waterloo computer scientist builds “persuasive computer games” designed to motivate people to change unhealthy habits

Art installment called Sentient Veil by Philip Beesley at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

Mathematicians, artists, and educators attend Bridges 2017


Researchers and artists from around the world gather at the University of Waterloo for interdisciplinary conference

Amanda Lang headshot

Innovation summit tackles disruption in economy and tech sectors


Waterloo welcomes Bloomberg TV anchor Amanda Lang and leaders from Tesla, Microsoft and Jigsaw for fifth annual Waterloo Innovation Summit

A bench wrapped in wool to appear like 2 monsters

Urban imagineering brings public spaces to life


New website tracks pop-up activities across region

Art piece by Jess Lincoln featuring geometric, coloured squares and triangles with flowers strewn about

Waterloo grad shares vision of “home” through her art


Jess Lincoln challenges us to consider the space we make our own and the objects we surround ourselves with every day