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Wednesday, September 23, 2015

The Second Anuual Canadian Trenchless Directory is now Available

The Centre for Trenchless Technology has released its second annual Canadian Trenchless Directory. The directory is the go-to resource for all those interested in trenchless technology, containing a list of numerous companies that provide trenchless services in Canada. Find out who in Canada is doing what service in the trenchless industry and who is your local service provider.

Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Water Institute Graduate Scholarship Competition Now Open


The Water Institute is pleased to offer, with the generous support of our External Partners, five scholarships valued at $5,000 each. The scholarships are available to full time graduate students at the University of Waterloo conducting water-related research.
The scholarships offered are:

Friday, September 11, 2015

Water Today Joins the Water Institute's External Partners Program as a Gold Partner

The Water Institute is pleased to welcome Water Today as a new Gold External Partner to our growing External Partners Program network.

Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Philippe Van Cappellen Named Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada

Philippe Van Cappellen, Professor, Earth and Environmental Sciences and CERC in Ecohydrogeology, has been elected to be a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada and inducted into the Academy of Science. The fellowship of the RSC consists of individuals who have made outstanding contributions in the arts, the humanities, science, and Canadian public life.

Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Three Water Institute members Recognised with University Research Chairs

Three Water Institute members have been recognised for their achievements and pre-eminence in their particular field of knowledge with a University Research Chair designation. 

Congratulations to:
Pu Chen, Professor, Chemical Engineering; 
Claude Duguay, Professor, Geography and Environmental Management; and
Heidi Swanson, Assistant Professor, Biology.