The fifth annual Graduate Students Day, hosted by the Graduate Students Association and the School of Graduate Studies, is shaping up to be a quirky affair.
A day-long celebration of education is planned for today, March 23. Bob McDonald, host of...
If you're a student of history, sociology or philosophy and you are looking for an answer to pessimists who ask "What are going to do with a degree like that?" Angus Reid's essay, The Schooling of Entrepreneurs, provides a lifeline.
Is humanity headed for the junkyard? Is there life after death? Does modern astrophysics undermine the hope of an afterlife? Does one's idea of the end affect how one conducts oneself now?
Two leading scholars in theology and astrophysics will...
McMaster has submitted 13 project proposals in its application to the Canadian Foundation for Innovation (CFI). The proposals fall into three separate categories: major applications, minor applications and inter-institutional submissions.
McMaster's administration hopes that the best way to address issues of concern from employees is to allow them to contemplate and work through solutions in a manner that is constructive for everyone.
On the assumption that the quests for truth of science and religion need not be only adversarial but can also be constructive, the Faculty of Science and Department of Religious Studies are set to present two distinguished lecturers who will address...