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Art piece by Coco Guzman featuring illustrated mens faces alongside reaching fists

Mixing research and art to tell the story of bisexual life experiences

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Waterloo professor uses comics and other artforms to make findings more engaging for a general audience

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Social historian wins international teaching award

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Steven Bednarski wins D2L Innovation Award in Teaching and Learning for his collaborative, cross-disciplinary, hands-on approach to medieval studies

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More women are studying computer science at Waterloo

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As the class of 2017 graduates this week, the Faculty of Mathematics is seeing more women in male-dominated technical programs

President Chunli Bai in office chair

President of Chinese Academy of Sciences receives honorary doctorate

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Chunli Bai will also deliver a seminar about nanoscience and nanotechnology in China

Piper Bernbaum outdoors in winter coat holding papers

Architecture gold medal recipient unearths mysteries behind Jewish eruv

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Piper Bernbaum will be honoured with a Governor General’s Gold Medal at spring convocation

Water pump being used by women in Bangladesh

Student aid project inspires new grads to launch Engineers for Hope

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Instead of starting well-paid jobs, the grads are building a non-profit organization that will bring clean water and sanitation to developing communities

New arts grad lands United Nations job in Indonesia

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Ryan Haughton is a natural resource governance and innovation consultant

Portrait of Heidi Fernandes

New pharmacy grad explores global health issues

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Heidi Fernandes was inspired after helping to establish medical clinics in an impoverished community in Peru

Jessalyn standing in front of plane

Aviation students get a jump start on their careers

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Jazz Aviation offers new program that gives qualified aviation students a more direct pathway to a major airline

Map of Canada showing higher energy usage in southern portion of the country

Canadians need incentives to adopt low-carbon technology

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Canada can become a major player in clean energy as it meets its commitments under the Paris climate agreement, says environment researcher

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