The University of Waterloo, located in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, is a comprehensive public university that was founded in 1957 by Drs. Gerry Hagey and Ira G. Needles.[1] It has grown into an institution of more than 42,000 students, faculty, and staff.[2] The school is notable for being the first accredited university in North America to create a Faculty of Mathematics, which is now the world's largest,[3][4] and to have the largest cooperative education program in the world.[5] The school is also known for having more companies formed by its faculty, students, and alumni than any other Canadian university, and as such, the university has been called the "MIT of the North".[6]

The list includes notable faculty, alumni, staff, and former university presidents. The enrollment for 2020 was 36,057 undergraduate and 6,231 graduate students, with 1,350 faculty members and 2,596 staff. About 221,000 people have graduated from the university, and now reside in over 150 countries.[2]

Alumni and faculty

Fields with a "—" have unknown values.

Alumni

Name Degree Discipline Known for Notes
V. K. Aatre Graduate Electrical engineering Scientist and former head of the Defence Research and Development Organisation [7]
Michael H. Albert Undergraduate Mathematics Rhodes Scholar, associate professor at University of Otago [8]
Celeste Anderson Undergraduate Computer Science King of the Nerds winner, competitive gamer [9]
Gordon Stewart Anderson Undergraduate Writer [10]
Mohammad H. Ansari Graduate Physics Fundamental quantum theory research [11]
Andy Anstett Graduate Politics Ministry of Municipal Affairs [12]
Paul Antrobus Graduate Psychology Principal at Baptist Theological Seminary, Kakinada (India) and Psychology Professor at University of Regina, Regina, Saskatchewan (Canada) [13]
Omer Arbel Undergraduate Environmental studies Designer, sculptor, creative director of Bocci [14]
Karen Autio Undergraduate Mathematics and computer science Writer of children's fiction [15]
Calvin Ayre Undergraduate Science and Business Bodog founder [16]
Ricardo Baeza-Yates Graduate Computer science Director of Yahoo! Research labs [17]
Bill Ballinger Undergraduate Political science Member of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario [18]
Lisa Feldman Barrett Graduate Psychology Northeastern University professor [19]
Romesh Batra Graduate Mechanical engineering Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University professor [20]
Keith Beavers Undergraduate Kinesiology Competed in swimming at the 2004 Summer Olympics [21]
Gordon Bell Undergraduate Computer science QNX co-creator [22]
David Berman Undergraduate Computer science Fellow of the Society of Graphic Designers of Canada [23]
Peter Besler Undergraduate Chemistry Investment banker [24]
Art Binkowski Undergraduate Psychology Heavyweight boxer [25]
Don Boudria Undergraduate Politics Canadian Member of Parliament and Cabinet Minister [26]
Marie Bountrogianni Undergraduate Arts Member of Ontario Parliament, Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs, and dean of the G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education at Ryerson University [27]
Mark Bourrie Undergraduate History Winner of the RBC Taylor Prize [28]
Gail Bowen Graduate English Playwright and writer of mystery novels [29]
Mike Bradley Undergraduate Athletics Canadian Football League running back [30]
Peter Braid Undergraduate International relations Member of Parliament [31]
Andrew Brandt Undergraduate Business Former Canadian cabinet minister [32]
Fiona Brinkman Undergraduate Biochemistry Associate professor at Simon Fraser University [33]
Alison Brooks Undergraduate Architecture Stirling Prize Award-winning Architect [34]
Edward Burger Graduate Mathematics Professor at Williams College [35]
Amanda Burk Undergraduate Fine Arts Artist, associate professor at Nipissing University [36]
Vitalik Buterin Dropout Computer science Co-founder of Ethereum, co-founder of Bitcoin Magazine [37]
Wayne Cao Undergraduate Computer science Member of the Legislative Assembly of Alberta [38]
Colin Carrie Undergraduate Politics Member of Parliament [39]
Jeromy Carriere Undergraduate Computer science Computer architect [40]
Bardish Chagger Undergraduate Science Member of Parliament [41]
David Cheriton Graduate Mathematics Stanford University professor and Granite Systems co-founder [42]
Václav Chvátal Graduate Mathematics Canada Research Chair in Combinatorial Optimization and former professor at McGill and Stanford [43]
Ian Clark Graduate Earth science Professor in the Department of Earth Sciences at the University of Ottawa [44]
George Elliott Clarke Undergraduate Entertainment Poet and playwright; Governor General's Award for poetry recipient [45]
Rod Coutts Undergraduate Electrical Engineering Founder of Teklogix; namesake of the Rod Coutts Engineering Lecture Building at University of Waterloo [46]
Clifford Cunningham Undergraduate Physics & Classical studies Astronomer [47]
Julie E. Czerneda Undergraduate Literature Science fiction and fantasy author [48]
Heather Dale Undergraduate Entertainment Celtic singer [49]
Liane Davey Graduate Industrial/Organizational Psychology Leadership consultant, public speaker, and New York Times bestselling author [50]
Erik Demaine Graduate Computer science Youngest professor ever at MIT [51]
Dan Dodge Undergraduate Computer science QNX co-creator [52]
Andrew Drummond Undergraduate Arts Frances Hodgkins Fellow [53]
Richard Ducharme Undergraduate Civil engineering General Manager of Transportation for Edmonton [54]
Tom Duff Undergraduate Computer science Computer scientist [55]
Garfield Dunlop Undergraduate Politics Member of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario [56]
Fred Eisenberger Undergraduate Politician [57]
Jon Evans Undergraduate Engineering Arthur Ellis Awards winner [58]
Anne Fleming Undergraduate English Fiction writer [59]
Joe Fontana Undergraduate Chemistry Member of Parliament [60]
John Friedlander Graduate Mathematics Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada and American Mathematical Society and winner of the CRM-Fields-PIMS prize [61]
Curwin Friesen Undergraduate Economics Chief executive officer of Friesens [62]
James Alan Gardner Graduate Mathematics Science fiction author [63]
J. Alan George Graduate Computer science Dean of the University of Waterloo Faculty of Mathematics [64]
Garth A. Gibson Undergraduate Computer Science Computer scientist at Carnegie Mellon University [65]
Brad Goddard Undergraduate Theatre Actor [66]
W. G. Godfrey Graduate Canadian history Canadian historian [67]
Gaston Gonnet Graduate Computer science Computer scientist and entrepreneur [68]
Gary Goodyear Undergraduate Politics Canadian Member of Parliament [69]
Rick Green Undergraduate Entertainment Comedian and member of The Frantics [70]
Chris Hadfield Graduate Mechanical engineering Astronaut [71]
Fariborz Haghighat Graduate System Design Engineering Professor at the Concordia University [72]
Ann Hansen Undergraduate Urban guerrilla [73]
Dianne Haskett Undergraduate Arts Mayor of London, Ontario [74]
Deen Hergott Undergraduate Chess International Master [75]
Cyd Ho Undergraduate Politics Member of the Legislative Council of Hong Kong [76]
Glenn Howard Undergraduate Environmental studies Three-time World Curling Champion [77]
Kimmo Innanen Graduate Mathematics Astronomer and professor
David Johnson Graduate Mathematics Mayor of East York, Ontario [78]
Rupi Kaur Undergraduate English Poet, illustrator, and author; best known for her debut book, Milk and Honey [79]
Humayun Akhtar Khan Undergraduate Business mathematics Commerce Minister of Pakistan [80]
Arounna Khounnoraj Graduate Fine arts Multi-disciplinary artist, teacher, author and co-founder of Bookhou [81]
Don Knight Undergraduate Accounting Former member of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario [82]
Tony Knowles Graduate Physical chemistry President of the British Columbia Institute of Technology [83]
Michelle Lam Graduate/undergraduate Accounting Founder and CEO of True & Co., a direct-to-consumer digital intimate apparel brand, headquartered in San Francisco, California [84]
Steven Lee Undergraduate Science Founder of Visibly/Opternative, CEO of VisionPros [85]
Mike Lazaridis Undergraduate Electrical engineering Research in Motion founder [86]
William Lawrence Kocay Graduate Mathematics Professor of mathematics [87]
Serge LeClerc Undergraduate Sociology Co-author of Untwisted [88]
William C. Leggett Graduate Zoology Principal of Queen's University [89]
Martha Lenio Undergraduate Mechanical Engineering Commander of the NASA human performance study Hawai‘i Space Exploration Analog and Simulation (HI-SEAS)
Rasmus Lerdorf Undergraduate Systems Design Engineering PHP creator [90]
David X Li Graduate Actuarial science Pioneer of Gaussian copula pricing models for collateralized debt obligations [91]
Michael Lysko Former Canadian Football League commissioner [92]
Rob MacIsaac Undergraduate Economics Former Mayor of Burlington, Ontario; President of Hamilton Health Sciences [93]
Manas K. Mandal Graduate Biology Director of the Defence Institute of Psychological Research [94]
Scott Manning Undergraduate Stunt pilot and CFL veteran [95]
Peter Masak Undergraduate Mechanical engineering Glider pilot [96]
Ingrid Mattson Undergraduate Islamic Society of North America president [97]
Konris Maynard Undergraduate Winner of the Saint Kitts and Nevis National Calypso Show [98]
E. J. McGuire Graduate Psychology Former director of the NHL Central Scouting Services
David I. McKay Undergraduate Mathematics Current President & CEO of Royal Bank of Canada [99]
Peter McLaren Undergraduate English literature Critical pedagogy [100]
Nenad Medić Undergraduate Professional poker player [101]
Stella Meghie Undergraduate Film director and screenwriter [102]
James G. Mitchell Undergraduate Computer science Computer scientist [103]
Parker Mitchell Undergraduate Engineers Without Borders co-founder [104]
Faron Moller Graduate Computer science Computer scientist [105]
David Morrell Undergraduate Arts Novelist for First Blood and the creator of the character John Rambo.; the book was adapted into the 1982 film of the same name [106]
Michele Mosca Undergraduate Computer science Co-founder of the IQC and the PITP [107]
Heather Moyse Undergraduate Kinesiology Two-time Olympic gold medalist in bobsleigh; represented Canada's national rugby team at both the 2006 and 2010 Women's Rugby World Cup [108]
Walt Neubrand Undergraduate Keeper of the Stanley Cup [109]
Kevin O'Leary Undergraduate Environmental studies Canadian businessman, author, politician, and television personality [110]
Paul van Oorschot Graduate Cryptography Carleton University professor [111]
Chamath Palihapitiya Undergraduate Electrical engineering Venture capitalist, engineer, SPAC sponsor and the founder and CEO of Social Capital [112][113]
Steve Paul-Ambrose Undergraduate Science and Business Poker player [114][115]
Cole Pearn Graduate Mechanical engineering NASCAR crew chief [116]
Jean Poirier Undergraduate Environmental studies Member of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario [117]
Yuri Quintana Graduate Engineering Chief Division of Clinical Informatics, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Harvard Medical School [118]
Karen Redman Undergraduate Politics Canadian Member of Parliament [119]
William Reeves Undergraduate Entertainment Academy Award recipient for Toy Story [120]
John Reimer Undergraduate Education Member of Parliament [121]
Neil Robertson Graduate Mathematics Professor at the Ohio State University [122]
Robert Rosehart Graduate Engineering President of Wilfrid Laurier University [123]
George Roter Undergraduate Engineering Co-CEO of Engineers Without Borders (Canada) [124]
Bimal Kumar Roy Graduate Mathematics Cryptologist [125]
Sandra Sabatini Graduate English literature Writer [126]
Khaled Al Sabawi Undergraduate Computer science Canadian entrepreneur; named one of the "World's Top Energy Entrepreneurs" by Global Post in 2010 [127]
Reihaneh Safavi-Naini Graduate Cryptography University of Wollongong professor [128]
George Samis Graduate Political science Member of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario [129]
Liz Sandals Graduate Mathematics Member of Ontario Parliament [130]
Prem Saran Satsangi Graduate Electrical engineering Spiritual leader of Radhasoami faith, Dayalbagh, Chairman (ACE), Dayalbagh Educational Institute, Ex-Vice-chancellor of Dayalbagh Educational Institute, Dean (Academics) at IIT Delhi, system scientist, physicist [131][132][133]
Jonathan Schaeffer Graduate Researcher Professor at the University of Alberta [134]
Beckie Scott Undergraduate English Olympic gold medalist, the first Canadian and first North American woman to win an Olympic medal in cross-country skiing; Officer of the Order of Canada and Chair of the World Anti-Doping Agency [135]
Jonathan Seet Undergraduate Singer-songwriter; released albums Melatonin and Arousal Disasters [136]
Hersh Shefrin Graduate Mathematics Behavioral finance [137]
Ron Sider Undergraduate Theology Founder of Evangelicals for Social Action [138]
Bruce Smith Undergraduate Arts Member of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario [139]
James K. A. Smith Undergraduate Philosophy Associate professor of philosophy at Calvin College [140]
Steve Smith Undergraduate Entertainment Actor in The Red Green Show [70]
Moustafa Aly Soliman Graduate Chemical Engineering Pioneered the use of sulfur compounds in thermochemical cycles for hydrogen production and the use of nano-palladium to catalyze partial oxidation of ethane to acetic acid [141]
Kevin Strain Graduate/undergraduate Accounting President & CEO of Sun Life Financial [142]
Thomas Strothotte Graduate Computer science Rector of the University of Rostock [143]
John Sullivan Undergraduate Canadian Football League player [144]
Vahid Tarokh Graduate Engineering Professor at Harvard University [145]
Andrew Telegdi Undergraduate Politics Canadian Member of Parliament [119]
Brad Templeton Undergraduate Software Software engineer and entrepreneur [146]
Disguised Toast Graduate Computer Science/Mathematics Gamer, influencer [147]
Carsten Thomassen Graduate Mathematics Professor of graph theory at the Technical University of Denmark [148]
Susan Tighe Graduate Civil engineering Canada Research Chair in Sustainable Pavement and Infrastructure Management
Claire J. Tomlin Undergraduate Science Researcher [54]
Douglas N. Walton Undergraduate Arts Author on argumentation, logical fallacies, and informal logic [149]
Judy Wasylycia-Leis Undergraduate Political science Manitoba cabinet minister [150]
Elizabeth Weir Undergraduate Political science Leader of the New Brunswick New Democratic Party [151]
David A. Weitz Undergraduate Physics Mallinckrodt Professor of Physics & Applied Physics and professor of Systems Biology at Harvard University and director of the Harvard Materials Research Science & Engineering Center
Chris Williams Undergraduate Fine arts Animator, film director, screenwriter, and voice actor [152]
Jeff Wincott Undergraduate Kinesiology Actor and athlete [153]
Elizabeth Witmer Graduate Politics Member of Ontario provincial parliament [154]
Alexander Wong Graduate/undergraduate Computer Science Scientist [155]
Bob Wong Undergraduate Science Member of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario [156]
Ardeth Wood Graduate Philosophy Died in a forcible drowning; the two-year search for her killer was one of the largest manhunts in Canada [157]
Steven Woods Graduate/undergraduate Mathematics Founder of Quack.com [158]
John Wynne Undergraduate Sports Ice hockey defenceman [159]
Tim Wynne-Jones Undergraduate Literature Author of children's literature [160]
Fangjin Yang Undergraduate Electrical engineering Co-founder and CEO of Imply; co-creator of Druid [161]
Catalina Yue Undergraduate Arts Miss Universe Canada [162]
Matei Zaharia Undergraduate Computer science Co-founder and CTO of Databricks, creator of Apache Spark, and co-creator of Apache Mesos [163]

Faculty

Mark Tilden, robotics researcher
Name Relationship Discipline Known for Notes
Gordon Agnew Professor Cryptography Professor [164]
George Alfred Barnard Lecturer Mathematics Statistics and quality control [165]
Walter Benz Professor Mathematics Geometer [166]
Vijay Bhargava Professor Electrical engineering Professor at the University of British Columbia [167]
Jonathan Borwein Researcher Mathematics Mathematics researcher [168]
Phelim Boyle Chairman J Page R Wadsworth chairman at the University of Waterloo [169]
Tim Bray Manager Software developer and entrepreneur [170]
Thomas Brzustowski Professor Mechanical engineering Engineer, academic, and civil servant [171]
Arthur Carty Professor Chemistry National Science Advisor to the Government of Canada [172]
Ken Coates Dean History Dean of the Faculty of Arts [173]
C. B. Collins Professor Mathematics Professor at the University of Texas at Dallas [174]
Gordon Cormack Professor Computer science Dynamic Markov Compression co-creator [175]
David G. Cory Professor Chemistry Canada Excellence Research Chair in Quantum Information Processing [176]
Douglas E. Cowan Professor Religious studies Professor at the University of Waterloo [177]
Purdy Crawford Governor Governor of the University of Waterloo [178]
Paul H. Cress Lecturer Computer science WATFIV creator [179]
Kenneth Davidson Professor Mathematics Fields Institute director [180]
Jon Dellandrea Professor Literature Pro-Vice-Chancellor at the University of Oxford [181]
Jack Edmonds Professor Mathematics Mathematician [182]
Mohamed Elmasry Professor Engineering Writer for The Globe and Mail [183]
John R. English Professor Politics Liberal Member of Parliament for Kitchener [184]
Carla Fehr Professor Philosophy
Eugene Forsey Professor History Member of the Canadian Senate [185]
Bertram Fraser-Reid Professor Chemistry 2007 Musgrave gold medal winner from the Institute of Jamaica [186]
Keith Geddes Professor Mathematics Maple co-creator [187]
Ian Goldberg Professor Cryptography Radialpoint chief scientist [188]
Ian Goulden Dean Mathematics Dean of the Faculty of Mathematics [189]
Art Green Professor Arts Professor at the University of Waterloo [190]
Richard Gwyn Chancellor Chancellor of St. Jerome's University at the University of Waterloo [191]
Peter L. Hammer Professor Mathematics Operations research and applied discrete mathematics [192]
Hiroshi Haruki Professor Mathematics Mathematician [193]
Geraldine Heaney Coach Head coach for the University of Waterloo women's hockey team [194]
Ric Holt Professor Computer science Turing creator [195]
Thomas Homer-Dixon Professor Environmental studies Professor at the University of Waterloo [196]
Harold Horwood Writer Novelist and non-fiction writer [197]
David M. Jackson Professor Mathematics Professor of combinatorics and optimization [198]
James Jupp Professor Political science Political scientist and author [199]
James J. Kay Associate professor Ecology Associate professor of environment and research studies [200]
Bryce Kendrick Assistant professor Biology Assistant professor at the University of Waterloo [201]
Murray S. Klamkin Professor Mathematics Mathematician [202]
Tuffy Knight Coach Football coach at the University of Waterloo [203]
Neal Koblitz Professor Cryptography Professor at the University of Washington [204]
Maurice Kugler Professor Anthropology Social anthropology [205]
Ziva Kunda Professor Arts Psychologist [206]
Anita Layton Professor Applied Mathematics Researcher and professor [207]
Anthony James Leggett Researcher Physics Physics professor at the University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign [208]
Melvin J. Lerner Professor Psychology Just-world phenomenon -
Robert J. LeRoy Professor Chemistry Chemist [209]
Kenneth D. Mackenzie Professor Mathematics Author of Organizational Hologram [210]
Lorenzo Magnani Researcher Philosophy Philosopher [211]
Charles Malik Lecturer Philosophy Diplomat [212]
Lee Maracle Professor Canadian culture First Nations poet and author [213]
Fotini Markopoulou-Kalamara Professor Physics Theoretical physicist [214]
Alfred Menezes Professor Cryptography Certicom research associate, MQV co-inventor [215]
Wendy Mitchinson Chairman History Canada Research Chair in gender history and medicine history [216]
John Moffat Professor Physics Professor emeritus at the University of Toronto [217]
Bruce Muirhead Professor Arts Historian [218]
Robert Mundell Chairman Economics Nobel laureate in economics (1999), known for the Mundell–Fleming model. Was the Chairman of the Department of Economics at the University of Waterloo, 1972–1974 [219]
Barton Myers Professor Architecture President of Barton Myers Associates [220]
Robert Myers Professor Physics Theoretical physicist, Royal Society of Canada Fellow [221]
Jan Narveson Professor Arts Philosopher [222]
Crispin Nash-Williams Professor Combinatorics Mathematician [223]
Brian Orend Professor Arts Philosopher [224]
Josef Paldus Professor Mathematics Professor of mathematics at the University of Waterloo [225]
Joe Paopao Coach Offensive coordinator for the Waterloo Warriors [226]
François Paré Chairman French literature Chair of French Studies [227]
Raj Pathria Professor (retired) Physics Distinguished Professor Emeritus [228]
William Richard Peltier Professor Earth sciences Physics professor at the University of Toronto [229]
Vladimir Platonov Professor Mathematics Professor of mathematics [230]
Victor Hugo Quintana Professor (retired) Engineering Distinguished Professor Emeritus [231]
Ronald C. Read Professor Mathematics Professor of mathematics at the University of Waterloo [232]
A. James Reimer Professor Theology Professor at Conrad Grebel University College at UW [233]
Giacinto Scoles Professor Chemistry Molecular beam methods for studying weak van der Waals forces [234]
Adel Sedra Dean Engineering Dean of the University of Waterloo Faculty of Engineering [235]
Jeffrey Shallit Professor Computer science Professor [236]
Gordon Slethaug Professor English Professor of English at the University of Southern Denmark [237]
Lee Smolin Professor Physics Theoretical physicist [238]
Paul G. Socken Professor Jewish studies Professor of Jewish Studies at the University of Waterloo [239]
Doug Stinson Professor Mathematics Member of Centre for Applied Cryptographic Research [240]
Donna Strickland Professor Physics Awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 2018, together with Gérard Mourou, for the practical implementation of chirped pulse amplification [241]
John Stubbs Professor History President of Trent University and Simon Fraser University [242]
Paul Thagard Professor Arts Philosopher and cognitive scientist [243]
Robert Tibshirani Undergraduate Mathematics Stanford professor and fellow of the Royal Society of Canada
Mark Tilden Professor Robotics researcher [244]
Frank Tompa Professor Computer Science Database researcher [245]
W. T. Tutte Professor Mathematics World War II code breaker and founder of the Department of Combinatorics and Optimization at the University of Waterloo
Robert Jan van Pelt Professor History Architectural historian [246]
Scott Vanstone Professor Cryptography Certicom founder, MQV co-inventor [247]
Sally Weaver Professor Anthropology Chair of Anthropology [248]
Paul S. Wesson Professor Physics Professor of physics at the University of Waterloo [249]
Lynne Woolstencroft Professor Political science Former mayor of Waterloo, Ontario [250]
Douglas T. Wright Professor Civil engineering Civil engineer, UW President emeritus [251]
Mark Zanna Professor Arts Social psychologist [252]
Anne Zeller Professor Anthropology Chair of Anthropology [248]

Administration

Chancellors

Dana Porter, the university's first chancellor
# Name Term References
1 Dana Porter 1960–1966 [253]
2 Ira G. Needles 1966–1975 [254]
3 Carl Arthur Pollock 1975–1978 [255]
4 Josef Kates 1979–1985 [256]
5 J. Page Wadsworth 1985–1991 [257]
6 Sylvia Ostry 1991–1997 [258]
7 Val O'Donovan 1997–2003 [259]
8 Mike Lazaridis 2003–2009 [86]
9 Prem Watsa 2009–2014 [260]
10 Tom Jenkins 2014–2018 [261]
11 Dominic Barton 2018–present [262]

Presidents

# Name Term Note References
1 Gerry Hagey July 1, 1957 – January 31, 1969 [263]
Howard Petch February 1, 1969 – June 30, 1970 President pro tem [263]
2 Burt Matthews July 1, 1970 – June 30, 1981 [263]
3 Douglas T. Wright July 1, 1981 – April 14, 1993 [263]
4 James Downey April 15, 1993 – May 31, 1999 [263]
5 David Lloyd Johnston June 1, 1999 – September 30, 2010 [263]
6 Feridun Hamdullahpur October 1, 2010 – June 30, 2021 [264]
7 Vivek Goel July 1, 2021 – present Current President [265]

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