Recent mathematics alumnus recognized for his outstanding research

Jimmy He - Portrait

Every year, the Jessie W.H. Zou Memorial Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Research is presented to an exceptional student enrolled in their final year of any program within the faculty of Mathematics. In order to qualify for the award, the student needs to conduct significant research within their field and be nominated by their supervisor.

Student hackers play with Portal

Peoples Choice Award - Team Waterloo Rideshare

UWaterloo students broke the Student Portal once again during an October 17 hackathon.

Exploring a new language through friends, a speech and a song

Cathy Wang is a big fan of languages. So much so that this past June she entered Renison University College's first ever Korean Speech Contest and took home the grand prize.

Just keep swimming

Imagine competing in a race where you can’t hear the starter say “Go!”

For Brandon Van Wyk, a competitive swimmer who is hard of hearing, this is what each swim meet is like. Despite this challenge, Brandon is determined to succeed, and on August 17 he will be representing Canada at the World Deaf Swimming Championships in San Antonio, Texas.

Leading in new situations

Everyone can lead - and does lead - through their everyday actions. A third-year Computational Mathematics student is learning this in thanks to his involvement in UWaterloo's Student Leadership Program (SLP).

Squashing the competition

Cameron Seth has been making quite a "racquet" on the court.

Faculties collaborate to bring home the gold

We've heard the saying "the whole is greater than the sum of its parts". A fourth-year Biomedical Science student has proven this to be true by leading a diverse group of students to success at an international synthetic biology competition. 

Pokemon Masters

Open Pokemon from left to right: Kevin Nguyen, John Liu, Edward Yang, Jack Gao

UWaterloo students place in the top ten at Hack the North 

Transforming a frustrating puzzle into art

The Rubik’s Cube is traditionally thought of as a complex puzzle that both frustrates and fascinates. For University of Waterloo student Daniel Que, it's also a blank canvas, perfect for pixel art.

What’s under there?

Fourth-year Computer Science student promotes consent with underwear

Amulya Sanagavarapu is a 4B Computer Science student graduating in June. She is also the founder of a new company, Feminist StyleSoon, Amulya’s company will sell consent-themed underwear for men and women, but her goal extends past retail – she wants to create a cultural shift. 

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