Maureen MacDonald, an accomplished professor, respected researcher and the Director of the University’s School of Interdisciplinary Science, is McMaster’s next Dean of Science.
This week the McMaster Athletics and Recreation Department is running daily events to raise funds in support of the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation.
In 1946, 13,000 Hamilton workers went on strike– the largest in the city’s history. Now, a new graphic novel explores this tumultuous time with the help of materials from McMaster’s archives and maps collections.
This month McMaster’s Institute on Globalization and the Human Condition will welcome Fulbright Scholar, Rhacel Salazar Parreñas for a four-month teaching and research visit.
It's officially been one year since the DeGroote Women's Professional Network (DWPN) was unveiled to a sold-out breakfast crowd at Burlington’s Ron Joyce Centre. The Network has since become one of the GTA’s premier networking hubs.
- Are you an aspiring filmmaker? Register now for the McMaster 24-hour Film Fest
- Apply now for the Leadership in Teaching and Learning Fellowship Program
- Water main breaks affecting Stearn Drive, water use in some campus buildings
- Talk & Reception: Pierre Conlon Book Collection
- The President’s Award for Outstanding Contributions to Teaching and Learning
A team of McMaster leaders is in India this week meeting university representatives, policymakers and alumni in and around New Delhi.
A new exhibition at the McMaster Museum of Art will showcase 11 foundational works of art by contemporary Indigenous artists.
The 800-year-old skeleton of a young woman buried in a graveyard on the outskirts of the fabled city of Troy is yielding new insights into the evolution of bacterial infections and maternal health.
Fourth year software engineering and management student Abraham Omorogbe recently added Hydro One Scholarship to an impressive roster of awards and scholarships.
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