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Campus - 05.06.2023

Economics - Campus - 02.06.2023

Astronomy / Space Science - Environment - 02.06.2023
Western mini-satellite to launch aboard SpaceX as second mission spreads its wings 
Western mini-satellite to launch aboard SpaceX as second mission spreads its wings 
The first ever miniature satellite, or CubeSat , built by a Western team is set for liftoff in Florida tomorrow and will provide students with an opportunity to learn first-hand about space mission development.

Campus - Art and Design - 02.06.2023

Linguistics / Literature - 02.06.2023

Campus - Environment - 02.06.2023
New PhDs ready to take on the big challenges
Waterloo celebrates a new cohort of doctoral graduates at 2023 Spring Convocation University Relations Completing a PhD is at once the end and the beginning of a journey of exploration and discovery in a student's academic career.

Environment - Campus - 01.06.2023

Pedagogy - 01.06.2023

Campus - Social Sciences - 31.05.2023
Reconciliation, one keystroke at a time
A new font to typeset Salish languages is the result of a unique collaboration between UBC, Musqueam and Syilx What does reconciliation actually look like in practice? It's often seen through policies, ceremonies or strategic plans.

Pedagogy - Campus - 31.05.2023

Campus - Mathematics - 30.05.2023

Social Sciences - Campus - 30.05.2023

Health - 30.05.2023

Life Sciences - Campus - 30.05.2023

Social Sciences - 30.05.2023
Shifting perceptions of disability
May 30, 2023 Understanding disability as socially constructed leads to authentic inclusion By Jon Parsons University Relations For those who subscribe to what's known as the social model of disability

Health - Innovation - 29.05.2023
Community unites to drive local health care innovation forward
Solving the region's most pressing health care challenges will require community collaboration Grand River Hospital Foundation's Care Never Stops Week (from May 23 to May 28) featured a Health Innova

Transport - 26.05.2023
Researcher is helping deliver on the promise of 5G to all communities
Dr. Catherine Rosenberg is examining how the next generation of cellular networks can reduce digital divides   Faculty of Engineering If you've walked through a shopping mall or watched a big game on TV lately, you're sure to have seen an ad touting the benefits of 5G cellular networks.

Health - 26.05.2023
How Canadians’ lifestyle behaviours changed during the COVID-19 pandemic
Sixty per cent of roughly 1,600 Canadians who took part in a new McGill University study say their lifestyle habits either stayed the same or improved during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Sport - Campus - 26.05.2023
Be happy, play hockey
Ph.D. candidate Amélie Apinis-Deshaies has found that well-being is the most important factor influencing sleep, recovery and performance in professional hockey players.

Astronomy / Space Science - 26.05.2023

Campus - Event - 25.05.2023

Health - 24.05.2023
Waterloo student demystifies medical information with help from AI
May 24, 2023 New web platform makes medical information more accessible to patients MedInclude is a new web platform which makes medical information more accessible for patients.

Environment - Social Sciences - 24.05.2023

Politics - 24.05.2023
If I think you’re going to vote, I’ll vote too
A Ph.D. candidate in political science at UdeM has studied the influence of social pressure on whether people vote.
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