Applications open for Waterloo Unlimited’s Grade 11 program

As I’ve noted before, this is a great program started by one of our Systems Design Engineering professors, Ed Jernigan.  I recently got a postcard from one of the Grade 12 participants, who clearly enjoyed the experience.

Waterloo Unlimited, the transdisciplinary high school enrichment program on campus, is currently accepting applications for Grade 11 “Design” program (March 13-17, 2017).  Bright, motivated students from across Canada will attend lectures and participate in workshops, seminars and labs offered by all six Faculties, exploring the theme of “Design”.  Applications are due December 14th, 2016.

To promote awareness of Waterloo Unlimited’s programming, Markus Moos from the Faculty of Environment, School of Planning, created a video based on an Urban Planning workshop he offered to Unlimited students during the 2016 grade 11 “Design” themed program. The video provides an inside look at one of the many “eye-opening” experiences high school students encounter while on campus.

Program and application details are available on the Waterloo Unlimited website.

Source: Thursday, December 8, 2016 | Daily Bulletin

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