Articles

 
July 2, 2000

Student Code of Conduct undergoes revision

By Trudi Down/Kelly Curwin

A proposed revision to the Student Code of Conduct will have a major impact on the student appeals process. The revision, presented to Senate on June 15 by Mary Keyes, associate vice-president of student affairs, attempts to streamline the...
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June 30, 2000

McMaster engineering students design a winner

By Trudi Down

A team of five engineering and computer science students competing in the first Computer Science International Design Competition (CSIDC) has won top prize with their device, Heart Mate. The team, consisting of Ajay Arora (electrical...
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June 30, 2000

Social sciences to expand its first-year Inquiry Program

By Trudi Down

The Faculty of Social Sciences will receive an additional $100,000 in continuing reallocation funds to operate and expand its first-year Inquiry Program. The funding, recommended by the University Budget Committee and recently approved by the Board...
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June 27, 2000

Mystery writers and police officers dig up the (arti)facts

"From Crime Scene to Courtroom," a compelling seminar examining the context, methodology and the validity of forensic science in criminal investigations, continues on campus today and tomorrow. The workshop features a unit of top forensic science...
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June 27, 2000

McMaster and St. Joseph's name first chair in critical care

By Health Sciences Advancement Office

McMaster University and St. Joseph's Hospital have announced the appointment of Deborah Cook as the first McMaster University/St. Joseph's Hospital Regional Academic Chair in Critical Care Medicine. In her new position, Cook will establish an...
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