Fashion for Change

Categories:
  • Charitable, Community Service & International Development
  • Creative Arts, Dance and Music

Fighting Game Club (UWFGC)

Categories:
  • Games, Recreational and Social

The University of Waterloo Fighting Game Club caters to Fighting Game players of all kinds! We are a casual to a semi-competitive club that plays a wide variety of Fighting Games including Street Fighter, Tekken, Guilty Gear, Blazblue, Injustice, and much more!

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Filipino Student Association, UW

Categories:
  • Cultural

The University of Waterloo Filipino Students' Association is a club driven to help educate Filipinos and Filipinos-at -heart about the Filipino culture. Not only to gather for social occasions, but to create a tight-knit community sharing our many talents and resources.

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Films, UW

Categories:
  • Creative Arts, Dance and Music
  • Games, Recreational and Social
  • Media, Publications and Web Development

A place for people with all kinds of talent and skill levels to come together and make films. We also have tutorials and regular shoots where there is a lot of learning opportunity. All films posted on youtube, head on over for a good laugh and see what we are up to. Any one and everyone is welcome to join us. Email us for more info.

Finance Association, UW

Categories:
  • Business and Entrepreneurial

UW Finance Association (UWFA) was formed in May 2011 as the continuation of two established finance clubs, WIREX and UW Capital Markets Group. UWFA aims to introduce new students to finance through the use of tutorials, guest speakers, information sessions and forums. UWFA supports the career development of all students through various workshops, events, and provides networking opportunities between members and industry professionals.

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First Institute of Canadian Inventors (FICI)

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  • Academic

The First Institute of Canadian Inventors (FICI) is a non-profit organization and the official branch of International Federation of Inventors' Association in Canada, which is working under observation of the United Nation (UN). FICI leads the national team of Canadian inventors. FICI club at the University of Waterloo aims to provide workshops, seminars, and meetings to:

Provide workshops including TRIZ, technical design, Intellectual Properties (IP and Patenting), and a workshop for final nominees who are ready to participate in international competitions. Help students, who have a perspective on innovation, to prototype their feasible ideas. Familiarize students with patent licensing systems to protect their novel ideas. Help students to successfully show their achievements in international innovation competitions and exhibitions to win awards. knowledge of innovation experts to improves the Canadian society and economy.

Foundation for International Medical Relief of Children (FIMRC) UW Chapter

Categories:
  • Charitable, Community Service & International Development
  • Health Promotion

The Foundation for International Medical Relief of Children (FIMRC) University of Waterloo Chapter is a club dedicated to raising awareness for global health inequity, with a specific focus on maternal and pediatric health. FIMRC UW will focus on fundraising for specific projects to improve access to healthcare, and education (preventative health), organizing local volunteer opportunities in the KW region, and serving as a conduit for interested students to volunteer abroad in one of nine FIMRC volunteer sites, which are Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, India, Nicaragua, Peru, Philippines, and Uganda.

Frontier College Kitchener-Waterloo

Categories:
  • Academic
  • Charitable, Community Service & International Development

Frontier College –  Kitchener/Waterloo at the University of Waterloo is considered the “Kitchener/Waterloo Chapter” of Frontier College, a national, non-profit organization that aims to improve literacy across Canada. FC-KW works to promote literacy awareness in the  Kitchener/Waterloo community and helps students get involved in Frontier College literacy programs across the Kitchener/Waterloo area.

Game Development Club

Categories:
  • Games, Recreational and Social
  • Media, Publications and Web Development

The University of Waterloo Game Development Club (UWGDC) is a club where students can create, test, and discuss games.  We explore many types of games, from tabletop to digital.

During weekly meetings, we host talks discussing game design topics ranging from Level Design to Accessibility.  Additionally, we give tutorials for game development tools including Unity, Unreal 4 Engine, and Blender.

Want to make a game?  We have a friendly and welcoming space at the Games Institute to work on your project.  Have a game made already, or in progress?  We regularly play-test member-made games during club hours.  Game developers of all skill levels are welcome!

For more information, visit our website at: http://uwgdc.com/

Gamers Club, UW

Categories:
  • Games, Recreational and Social

The University of Waterloo Gamers Club brings together all members of the UW community to play games of shared interest with and against each other

General Equality Club (GEC/GenEq)

Categories:
  • Charitable, Community Service & International Development
  • Cultural
  • Environmental and Sustainability
  • Political and Social Awareness

The General Equality Club works to provide a forum for the discussion of equality and give students the opportunity for advocacy to create change. Additionally, we connect students with opportunities to make a positive impact as a liaison between them and other clubs and organizations in the community. We work through increasing exposure to different cultures and amplifying the voices and experiences of those who face discrimination or inequality thus increasing the sense of community within Waterloo. We hope to inspire others to approach different people with open hearts. We believe the future lies within a celebration of heterogeneity.

Geriatric Pharmacy Club

Categories:
  • Academic
  • Health Promotion

Geriatric Pharmacy Club at the School of Pharmacy in Kitchener serves to create advocacy and educational opportunities for pharmacy students, with an ultimate goal to empower seniors and their caregivers to take a more active role in maintaining their health and quality of life. In order to also benefit the KW community at large, we plan to collaborate with various community organizations and involve non-pharmacy individuals in some of our initiatives.

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