On Wednesday, Oct. 22, be sure to take part in #MyDayAtMac — a call for photos from the entire McMaster community.
A family physician who has become a YouTube sensation through his videos that provide health advice in an engaging, easy-to-understand way, will be the keynote speaker at a public talk on Monday, Oct. 27.
The campus tours are the same, the school colours haven’t changed, but the more than 40,000 people who apply to McMaster as undergraduates next fall will have a very different experience than their predecessors.
Musicologist Susan Fast’s new book has made an appearance in the New York Times.
The distance between McMaster and James Street North just got a little bit shorter.
Hébert, who served as Minister of Health and Social Services in the National Assembly of Quebec from 2012 until earlier this year, will give a public talk on Monday, Oct. 20 at 7 p.m., at McMaster Innovation Park.
This past weekend, McMaster successfully added its new human resources system to Mosaic.
In 2009, his book The Peep Diaries was named one of Oprah’s “25 Books You Can’t Put Down.” Now, writer Hal Niedzviecki finds himself on campus as the Mabel Pugh Taylor Writer-in-Residence.
An associate professor in McMaster’s Department of Political Science has been named one of the most outstanding university teachers in the province by OCUFA.