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University of Waterloo

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION

Location:
Waterloo, Ontario, Canada

Founding Date:
1957

Motto:
Concordia cum veritate

Team:
Warriors

Enrollment:
26,000

Official Website:
http://www.uwaterloo.ca/

STUDENTS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Don Boudria
Politician
30-Aug-1949   Canadian MP, Glengarry-Prescott-Russell
Frank Clegg
Business
c. 1955   President of Microsoft Canada, 2000-05
Rebecca Jenkins
Actor
1959   Katherine Hubbard on Black Harbour
Mike Lazaridis
Business
14-Mar-1961   Founder of Research in Motion
Rasmus Lerdorf
Computer Programmer
22-Nov-1968   Creator of PHP programming language
Murray D. Martin
Business
c. 1947   CEO of Pitney Bowes
Bryan E. Monkhouse
Business
c. 1945   COO of Irving Oil Limited, 2001-03
Kevin M. Murai
Business
c. 1964   President of Ingram Micro, 2005-07
Brad Templeton
Computer Programmer
20-Apr-1960   Chairman, Electronic Frontier Foundation

TEACHERS AND PROFESSORS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Michael Craton
Historian
20-Aug-1931   History of the Bahamas
Lee Smolin
Physicist
1955   The Trouble with Physics
Douglas T. Wright
Educator
4-Oct-1927   President, University of Waterloo, 1981-93

ADMINISTRATORS AND TRUSTEES

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Purdy Crawford
Business
7-Nov-1931   CEO of Imasco Limited, 1985-95
David L. Johnston
Educator
c. 1942   President, University of Waterloo
Mike Lazaridis
Business
14-Mar-1961   Founder of Research in Motion
Prem Watsa
Business
1950   Founder, Fairfax Financial Holdings
Douglas T. Wright
Educator
4-Oct-1927   President, University of Waterloo, 1981-93


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