McMaster has been awarded six new Canada Research Chairs and three renewals, bringing a total of $8.9M in new funding from a federal program aimed at retaining and attracting research leaders.
The key to overcoming depression might be in re-learning what it feels like to not be depressed.
McMaster community members are asked to identify employees who have consistently gone above and beyond during 2016 in their service and/or innovation; or, who repeatedly enhance our University's reputation.
Lots of men grow moustaches for "Movember." But few grow full-fledged works of facial art.
In response to real world challenges and urging from community partners, the McMaster School of Social Work has developed two new programs in Critical Leadership Social Services and Communities.
Dr. John Kelton has received a Lifelong Achievement Award from the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine’s Division of Geriatric Medicine and the Regional Geriatric Program Central.
Ken Hall is an 86-year-old McMaster geography alumnus who is being awarded the Ontario Medal for Good Citizenship for his passion for both teaching and the environment.
Peter F. Ittinuar, Canada’s First Inuk Member of Parliament, will deliver a public lecture today at 7:00 p.m. in the Ceremonial Room in L.R. Wilson Hall.
Ontario's universities are asking members of the public to share their thoughts and feelings as part of a year-long conversation about the province's future.
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