Round allergy patch on arm

A Waterloo invention makes Dyson shortlist four years in a row


Avro Life Science is one of only two Canadian projects to be shortlisted for the prestigious international James Dyson Awards competition

Dismantling Native American stereotypes through photography


Acclaimed photographer who wants to transform the way Native Americans are presented in the mass media will speak on campus

HeForShe scholarship recipients standing with #HeForShe sign

HeForShe scholarships awarded to exceptional first year STEM students


Young women pursuing science, technology, engineering, and mathematics at the University of Waterloo encouraged to follow their passions with $12,000 scholarships

Corey Johnson

Creating safe places on campus for LGBTQ+ people


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

students working on autonomoose car

Take a look under the hood of an autonomous car


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  

Trudeau speaking

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


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

Colourful digital art

Hacking the future at the Waterloo Innovation Summit


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

students at an orientation week event

Fall Orientation: Waterloo welcomes a new crop of Warriors


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

The blueprint team at Waterloo

Building tech for social causes


Blueprint designs apps for non-profits

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