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Vinh Nguyen

Literature prof is honoured with prestigious Polanyi Prize

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Vinh Nguyen researches how former refugees advocate for and support other refugees

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Remembrance Day: Grad researchers examine soldiers’ letters and lives

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Many soldiers were 22-years-old when they died—the same age students are when they graduate from university

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From international exchange student to tenure-track prof

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Xu Chu graduates from Waterloo with a PhD in computer science and moves on to a faculty position at Georgia Institute of Technology

Pampa Dey wearing a PhD convocation gown

Overcoming obstacles to achieve her dreams

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Raised in a one-room house in a remote Indian village, Pampa Dey will receive her doctorate in engineering at convocation

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

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

The blueprint team at Waterloo

Building tech for social causes

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Blueprint designs apps for non-profits

Art installment called Sentient Veil by Philip Beesley at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

Mathematicians, artists, and educators attend Bridges 2017

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Researchers and artists from around the world gather at the University of Waterloo for interdisciplinary conference

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Innovation summit tackles disruption in economy and tech sectors

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Waterloo welcomes Bloomberg TV anchor Amanda Lang and leaders from Tesla, Microsoft and Jigsaw for fifth annual Waterloo Innovation Summit

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Innovation lab tackles clean energy for developing world

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Waterloo researchers work to provide developing regions with access to electricity for improved healthcare, education and prosperity

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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

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