Our belief in human progress and innovation may be keeping us from taking real action on climate change, says Waterloo expert
From cancer research to front desk assistant, co-op and EDGE students take centre stage during National Co-op and WIL Week
Datafest builds on students’ data analysis skills to inform policymaking
Women’s Studies undergraduate program will become a new interdisciplinary program this fall
Waterloo professor hopes conversations about race will eliminate racial misunderstandings.
Lesson 2.5: how jellyfish can change your perspective on R&D
Waterloo prof on why nuclear threat, social media, and climate change have put us closer to the end of the world than any time since the Cold War.
At least 11 alumni and former students make nationally recognized list for 2019.
AI needs diverse human perspectives to ensure everyone benefits from technology, Waterloo experts say
Waterloo professor dedicates years of research to civilians and children displaced following WWII.