Connection

Waterloo is changing the world through its connections. Delivering global impact requires a vast network of connections, with industry, academics, governments and communities. Connections allow Waterloo researchers to share knowledge with nanotechnology researchers in China, and architecture students in Rome, to help Caribbean nations prepare for climate change impacts, and to improve the lives of millions of people by studying how we age.

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Can people with dementia consent to sex?

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Philosophy student hopes her research will inform policy for people living with dementia in long-term care homes

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Waterloo professors honoured for distinguished teaching

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Faculty inspire students to learn about everything from organic chemistry to linear algebra and machine dynamics

Waterloo engineers and Ugandan Community Health Agents

Alumni work with Ugandans to increase access to safe drinking water

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Waterloo graduates are helping to bring low-cost, environmentally friendly water filters to communities in Africa

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Kinesiology brings research to life at Ontario Science Centre

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Biomechanics: The Machine Inside exhibit gives visitors a hands-on look at the marvels of natural engineering that drive human and animal movement

Epoch team: Lisa Tran, Keith Choy, Jade Choy, and BETS student Ryan Schmied

Waterloo team wins entrepreneurship title in London, England

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The Epoch team is one step closer to a $1M prize, beating out universities like the London School of Economics, Imperial College and MIT

Christine Wiedman

How publishing affects the gender pay gap for professors

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Waterloo professor examines causes of gender bias among Canadian accounting professors

Warriors Women's hockey team celebrating win

Warriors women’s hockey team advances to OUA semifinals for the first time

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Support black and gold as Waterloo Warriors take on Guelph Gryphons on Saturday

Cityline III by Ken Daley

Is slavery part of Canada’s history?

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Waterloo professor examines history of black literary culture in Canada with book: Black Atlantic Reconsidered

Gordon Stubley

Engineering professor awarded prestigious teaching fellowship

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Gordon Stubley is one of 10 in Canada honoured with a 3M National Teaching Fellowship

Sharita Henry

Women innovators gather for Waterloo WIMIn conference

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Sharita Henry’s startup will help bridge communication gaps for students on the autism spectrum

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