Explore the exciting field of engineering! Go ENG Girl is an exciting opportunity for Grade 7 - 10 girls to visit the University of Waterloo and learn about the wonderful world of engineering. Meet women currently studying engineering, learn about some of the amazing things women engineers are doing, and participate in a cool hands-on activity.
Women in Engineering (WiE) welcomes all students, staff and faculty to Waterloo Engineering on Wednesday, September 18th, 2019. All are welcome!
The BBQ will start at 11 am and will go until around 1 pm. You can pop in whenever you get a bit of time! This is a casual event so people will be coming in and out :)
Date: May 24-25, 2019
Where: St. Paul's
WiE invites potential incoming female students to get to know your future peers and campus!
Discover WiE is an overnight event where you will have the opportunity to hear from faculty and staff at Waterloo Engineering, meet current students, and learn about the support that University of Waterloo provides its female students. You will also meet some of your future female classmates!
We will be celebrating International Women’s Day with a movie screening at Princess Twin Cinema! Come out to watch Suffragette (2015). We're having a live panel before the show, free snacks and a chance to meet some awesome people.
Where: Princess Twin Cinema, 46 King St N, Waterloo
7:45 pm – 8:00 pm – registration for the event
7:55 pm - 8:00 pm – doors open to theatre
8:00 pm – Welcome- Tarah Brookfield
8:05 pm – 8:40 pm – International Women’s Day Panel
Go CODE Girl provides an exciting opportunity for girls in grades 7-10 across Ontario to learn about the exciting world of coding and software development, and discover opportunities in computing and engineering fields. Parents are also invited to stay for this event as we have fun activities planned for them too!
Go CODE Girl provides an exciting opportunity for girls in grades 7-10 across Ontario to learn about the exciting world of coding and software development, and discover opportunities in computing and engineering fields.
There’s been a power outage, and it’s up to the students to save the day! Using their knowledge of parallel and series circuits, students will be in charge of bringing power back to the places in the town that need it most.
Join us for a special 90 minute workshop, led by Google representative Amy Wasik, that will highlight the importance of self promotion.