I'm listening to the audiobook version of What the Dog Saw, a collection of interesting stories by Malcolm Gladwell. Toward the end of the book, in the chapter entitled "The New Boy Network: What do job interviews really tell us?", Gladwell makes reference to the University of Waterloo computer science program. The other schools mentioned in the same list: MIT, Harvard, Stanford, and CalTech.
Of course, one could point out that Gladwell's father was a prof. at Waterloo (though not in computer science).