An ambitious plan for reforming and modernizing Canada’s Employment Insurance program has earned a group of McMaster students accolades from the country’s minister of finance.
Professor of Finance and Business Economics provides lecture to kids as part of McMaster Children and Youth University.
Scholar-in-Community, Tina Moffat, is working with partners at Neighbour 2 Neighbour’s Hamilton Community Food Centre to find ways to assess programs for some of Hamilton’s most vulnerable community members.
The remaining 10 presentations, whittled down from more than 200 entries, will be evaluated by a panel of 25 judges comprised of industry executives and university professors.
This Fund is in addition to ongoing support for cluster funding to accelerate economic growth in key sectors including advanced manufacturing and health and bio-sciences.
Two McMaster researchers have been awarded funding from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council to learn more about the resources Indigenous peoples need be equal partners and leaders in research within their communities.
250 McMaster students gathered recently to learn from United Nations officials and other experts how they can help build a more inclusive, equitable, and sustainable future in Hamilton and around the world.
As part of the Make 150 Count campaign, RBC gave $150 to individuals across the country – including master's student Sherry Du – and asked them to do good in their communities.
An international research team led by McMaster has found that the blood thinner rivaroxaban is as safe as aspirin, and more effective at preventing recurrence of life-threatening blood clots in the legs and...
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