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Social Sciences - Career - 05.12.2022
Paying attention to freedom
Waterloo Engineering alumni and a student reflect on the Montreal Massacre By Charlotte Danby Faculty of Engineering It has been 33 years since a gunman shot and killed 14 women at the École Polytechnique de Montréal on December 6, 1989.

Economics / Business - Career - 17.11.2022

Career - Campus - 27.10.2022

Health - Career - 26.10.2022
Women healthcare workers faced heightened moral distress during pandemic: study
New research highlights the challenges women healthcare providers (HCPs) experienced during the COVID-19 pandemic which contributed to heightened moral distress, providing insights into ongoing professional burnout. Moral distress is defined as the experience of knowing the ethically right action to take but being systemically constrained from taking that action.

Architecture - Career - 20.10.2022

Career - Social Sciences - 04.10.2022
Naming and dismantling femmephobia
AMTD Global Talent Post-Doctoral Fellow Dr. Rhea Ashley Hoskin develops new research and tools to help people revalue femininity.

Career - Economics / Business - 04.10.2022

Campus - Career - 06.09.2022
Five ways donors support the student experience
As Waterloo welcomes the largest group of in-person learners in three years, find out how charitable gifts are enhancing their experience.

Career - Social Sciences - 20.07.2022
New dashboard invites University of Toronto community to engage with employment equity data
New dashboard invites University of Toronto community to engage with employment equity data
The University of Toronto has made it easier to explore data on employment equity with the recent launch of an online Employment Equity Dashboard.

Career - 19.07.2022
SFU announces move to become living wage employer - a first for a Canadian public university
Simon Fraser University will begin taking steps to become a Living Wage Employer, furthering its commitment to improve equity and inclusion for working members of the SFU community.

Economics / Business - Career - 11.07.2022

Career - Campus - 08.06.2022
Through film, University of Toronto grad aims to help STEM-trained immigrant women overcome barriers
Through film, University of Toronto grad aims to help STEM-trained immigrant women overcome barriers
As a master's student in the University of Toronto's Faculty of Information, Elizabeth Kalbfleisch teamed up with a professor and an entrepreneur to help communicate their research through a short animated film.

Campus - Career - 06.06.2022

Career - Economics / Business - 31.05.2022

Career - 24.05.2022
Younger generations are changing the face of the labour market
The workplace is changing: workers are in short supply and they want more autonomy, more recognition and greater flexibility to work from home.

Campus - Career - 05.05.2022

Career - Economics / Business - 02.05.2022

Economics / Business - Career - 02.05.2022
Trust in dominant tech brands eroding, Brand Trust Index finds
Trust in dominant tech brands eroding, Brand Trust Index finds
The 2022 Gustavson Brand Trust Index (GBTI) reveals that Canadian consumers are more distrusting of dominant technology brands than ever before, even while their use of these companies- services is on the rise.

Event - Career - 05.04.2022
Alumni Know: The benefits of a learning mindset
April 5, 2022 Judene Pretti (BMath '97, MMSc '09, PhD '19) shares the traits of life-long learners, and how you could adopt this mindset too By Megan Vander Woude Office of Advancement In the age of information, learning opportunities are everywhere, and they come with some amazing benefits.