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With master’s degrees in French and Psychology, Dominique Louër aims to understand language disorders in bilingual speakers
A new study on primate behaviour sheds light on a previously little-known life stage of male mantled howler monkeys, adding to our knowledge of lone male behavioural ecology.
Meet the six class speakers that have inspired our graduating students
Spotlighting the accomplishments of six exceptional students
Kirsten Mosey found her purpose by volunteering in a refugee camp and working on a co-op term with Waterloo’s entrepreneurial Centre for Peace Advancement
AMTD Scholars are the first recipients of a postdoctoral fellowship created by a Waterloo alumnus-led foundation
Waterloo English professors offer us insights into how leaders can more effectively communicate complex scientific and technical information and help people trust them and the information they are providing.
When the global pandemic was declared, people immediately began to turn to historians of the Spanish flu of 1918 to understand and learn from those experiences.
How will the world learn about the COVID-19 pandemic?
The Great Lakes are the largest freshwater system in the world - what happens to our economy when they are damaged by climate change?
As many kids go back to school this week amidst uncertainty about social distancing, class schedules, and what their day-to-day life will look like, we spoke with Professor Dillon Browne – an expert in clinical child and family psychology – to hear his thoughts about the effect this will have on their mental health.
The way we feel about our bodies changes across our relationships, according to a new study
Canada’s post COVID-19 economy will see more automation, particularly in the retail and manufacturing sectors.
As discussions continue about what the school year will look like in Canada come September, many parents are wondering what physical distancing rules mean to their kids.
As we move out of the first wave of COVID-19, there is already concern about how the world will endure a second wave, particularly when it comes to our fragile economy.
COVID-19 is creating extra hurdles for privately sponsored refugees
We spoke with economics Professor Jean-Paul Lam in advance of the Federal Government’s ‘fiscal snapshot’ to learn about his concerns, and what he is looking for in the information expected to be released today.
For a brief moment in June, Mexico publicly declared that it would no longer send workers to Canada. Why? What effect will this have on the future of temporary foreign workers in this country?