Lindsay Kalbfleisch, a Recreation and Leisure student who lived at St. Paul’s in 2010-11, was immediately moved to action when she heard the news about the devastating earthquake in Nepal. Kalbfleisch had travelled to Mount Everest base camp along with 13 other UWaterloo students and their Geography Professor Sanjay Nepal in April 2014. At least half of those students had lived at St. Paul’s and many others participated in academic and community life at the College. In fact, approximately 30 St.
Twenty-seven fourth-year International Development (INDEV) students return to campus on Monday, April 27 after two terms interning with local development organizations in Asia, Africa and Latin America.
Placed through the World University Service of Canada in countries such as Senegal, Ghana, Nepal, Peru, Vietnam, Botswana, and Burkina Faso, the students will have a week of debriefing and then make final presentations at a capstone event at St. Paul’s University College on Friday, May 1.
Yes, they’re do-gooders, and they’re proud of it. The five recipients sharing the $5,000 St. Paul’s GreenHouse Social Innovation Fund claimed their grants this week at the GreenHouse Social Innovation Showcase and spoke about the projects that are shaping the world.
Student innovators from the University of Waterloo received a total of $5,000 in funding from the St. Paul’s GreenHouse Social Innovation Fund on April 7. St. Paul’s GreenHouse is the first and only live-in campus-linked accelerator in Canada focused on social innovation and entrepreneurship.
The startup recipients comprise:
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