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Social Sciences - 26.09.2023
Important changes for social communications internships
Important changes for social communications internships
New formula after more than 25 years of history Starting in fall 2023, new students enrolled in UQTR's Bachelor of Social Communications program will discover a redesigned curriculum featuring three part-time internships instead of just one full-time one.

Linguistics / Literature - Campus - 26.09.2023

Career - Campus - 25.09.2023

Sport - Innovation - 25.09.2023
Game-changing insights using 5G technologies
Waterloo and Rogers partnership could redefine real-time hockey analytics By Jordan Flemming University Relations In a unique collaboration, the University of Waterloo and Rogers Communications are joining forces to revolutionize the world of hockey analytics using 5G technology.

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 25.09.2023

Career - 22.09.2023
Transforming the employer-employee relationship
Quebec's labour shortage is affecting compensation, bargaining strategies and union membership itself, according to Patrice Jalette, industrial relations professor at UdeM.

Health - Computer Science - 21.09.2023
$4.5 million for three FRQS Dual Chairs in Artificial Intelligence and Health co-led by McGill researchers
The FRQS Dual AI Chairs Program supports research collaborations across disciplines in pursuit of the significant potential of AI to address some of humanity's greatest health challenges.

Environment - Research Management - 21.09.2023

Social Sciences - Campus - 20.09.2023

Health - Social Sciences - 19.09.2023
Adolescent girls were severely affected by pandemic stress, find Western researchers
Adolescent girls were severely affected by pandemic stress, find Western researchers
New study finds Canadian children's visits to the ER for mental health concerns increased during the pandemic By Lawson Research Communications, Special to Western News, September 19, 2023 A new study

Pharmacology - Career - 19.09.2023
Fire evacuations, flood warnings and tornado watches - a co-op work term like no other
Waterloo Pharmacy students show resilience in the face of emergency By Milana Madzarac Faculty of Science When Melinda Bai (PharmD '24) and Shirley Ma (PharmD '24) signed up to complete their co-op wo

Physics - Campus - 18.09.2023
Waterloo welcomes three Banting Fellowship recipients
Three new postdoctoral scholars receive prestigious awards to fund research projects Graduate Studies and Postdoctoral Affairs As the University of Waterloo launches its annual National Postdoc Apprec

Social Sciences - Environment - 18.09.2023
Northern research behind the scenes [video report]
Looking back at a trip to Nunavik with a Université Laval School of Architecture research team interested in Inuit housing The temperature is 7 degrees Celsius, a bit chilly for a summer evening.

History / Archeology - 18.09.2023
Western students dig up history in the Caribbean
Western students dig up history in the Caribbean
When Western professor Neal Ferris led an archaeology field school on the small Ca r ibbean island of Nevis this summer, his goal was to teach students how to use their skills in service of community heritage work.

Health - Psychology - 15.09.2023
The anatomy of obsession
A new study sheds light on the specific characteristics of people with obsessive-compulsive disorder.

Innovation - Economics - 14.09.2023
Create your own virtual world - no coding expertise necessary
Mtion's new product opens novel ways for creativity and connection via live-streaming   There is a massive world online forging human connection through virtualized forms of reality.

Law - 14.09.2023

Social Sciences - Campus - 14.09.2023

Earth Sciences - 14.09.2023
Q and A with the Experts: Hurricane Fiona recovery and the next big storm
Increase in storm frequency and magnitude would make it difficult for the dunes to recover As we approach the first anniversary of hurricane Fiona, hurricane Lee is tracking to hit the Atlantic coast.

Innovation - 13.09.2023
Trust in research, science and technology starts with conversations
CBC partners with Waterloo to kick off the inaugural TRuST speaker series By Jordan Flemming University Relations In the first event for the Trust in Research Undertaken in Science and Technology Scho

Social Sciences - 12.09.2023
Silver daddies: Why do young adult men like older partners?
Silver daddies: Why do young adult men like older partners?
You've probably heard of "sugar daddies." Or "the internet's daddy," Pedro Pascal. Stereotypes of this popular term abound, but what does it actually mean to be a "daddy"- And who is most likely to engage in age-gap relationships, and why?

Health - Pharmacology - 12.09.2023

Environment - 12.09.2023
Working together to solve problems
Waterloo Engineering's Sustainability and Social Entrepreneurship Fellowship program gets students from different countries and disciplines to tackle real-world issues together.

Research Management - 12.09.2023

Pedagogy - Campus - 12.09.2023

Chemistry - Art and Design - 12.09.2023
Scientist captures the beauty of chemistry
Beyond the formulas and theories that can make chemistry daunting to many of us, SFU professor Vance Williams is attracting students and the general public by showcasing another side of chemistry-its beauty.

Campus - Social Sciences - 12.09.2023
SFU passes key milestone to improve Indigenous staff representation
SFU is taking its next steps on its path to uphold truth and reconciliation by strengthening Indigenous staff recruitment and retention.

Environment - Economics - 11.09.2023

Campus - 11.09.2023
Navigating the narrative
Three unique journeys of Waterloo English grad students By Zoe Tipper Faculty of Arts The University of Waterloo's Department of English is a hub of creativity and innovation, embodying a spectrum of master's programs that accommodate the wide range of goals and interests of its students.

Music - 11.09.2023
The science behind playing music in sync
Music is a collective experience that binds people together. From orchestral play to audiences handclapping, synchronization lays the foundation for all musical interactions.

Health - Pharmacology - 08.09.2023
Q and A with the experts: How can we protect our health this fall virus season?
Professor Mark Servos discusses new variants of COVID-19 and the flu season  By Angelica Marie Sanchez University Relations The fall season means an increased risk of respiratory illness as we spend more time indoors with groups of family and friends.
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