Dave Tucker will finish up at McMaster at year’s end and will start the new year embarking on his new career as head of the Radiation Safety Technical Services Unit at IAEA.
The MSc Global Health student, Atziri Ramirez, was treating a patient at the General Hospital Dr. Manuel Gea Gonzalez when the 7.1-magnitude earthquake struck southern Mexico in September killing more than 200 people.
The funding will support the Good Bugs, Bad Bugs program as well as the Canadian Research Data Centre Network.
Exploring the future of urban life: McMaster faculties partner with Stanford on Digital Cities Program
The goal of Stanford Digital Cities, with input from McMaster, is to harness research and commercial opportunities and foster new ways of thinking about governance, sustainability, competitive advantages, and technology.
Join McMaster University Libraries for Open Access Week activities and learn more about this global movement to make scholarly publications, data and educational resources available free of legal, financial or technical barriers.
- New Employee Self-Service Functionality Available for Faculty Researchers October 20, 2017
- Canada Gairdner International Award laureate to speak at McMaster
- Oct. 27: Leveraging the Brain-body Connection to Promote Learning
- Men's Volleyball: NCAA Champion Ohio State return to Hamilton this weekend
- Applications now open for Dr. Henry Chaim Witelson Memorial Prize in Ophthalmology
Three McMaster Social Sciences researchers have been awarded a five-year SSHRC Insight Grant for a project aimed at examining the relationship between social policies and the sexual attitudes and behaviours of Canadians.
McMaster University’s Faculty of Engineering opens new student centre dedicated to hands-on learning
The Hatch Centre, a hub for 5,000 undergrad engineering students, will foster hands-on learning and support work in the classroom. The Centre will also serve as a ‘living lab’ to study integrated energy systems for urban use.
Selected by students for students, this year’s Common Reading Program book is Zoe Whittall’s The Best Kind of People, a novel that explores sexual assault and rape culture through the different perspectives of one family.
Engineers are good at solving problems. Today, the profession is working on an especially thorny problem: gender equity in higher education.
Have a question about admissions, tuition, human resources or policies and procedures?