January 21, 2019NEUDOSE satellite project passes CSA milestone
A team of student and faculty researchers from McMaster, who have designed and built a satellite to be launched into deep space, reached a major milestone this week.
January 17, 2019Human resources review underway
A detailed review of human resources functions and services at McMaster has begun to evaluate and advise on strengths and opportunities for all HR-related programs and support offered to employees, retirees, leaders and administrators.
January 16, 2019Hands-on learning in the Harbour
iSci, Life Science and Arts and Science students had the chance to learn first-hand about the impact of invasive fish species in Hamilton Harbour as part of an innovative new experiential learning course.
January 15, 2019Angela Grossmann’s Troublemakers comes to McMaster Museum of Art
Canadian artist Angela Grossmann and curator Lynn Ruscheinsky to open major exhibition and present public talk
January 15, 2019Remembering Martin Luther King Jr. through one of his letters
A letter from Martin Luther King Jr. to McMaster religious studies professor emeritus Alan Mendelson marks King's birthday.
January 14, 2019Social Sciences introduces two direct-entry programs
New programs in economics and health and society will accept students directly from high school, starting this fall.
January 14, 2019Teaching outside the box (and classroom) to explore the “livable city”
Technology & Society III takes students out of the classroom and into the city to explore how technology can enhance or detract from a city's livability.
January 11, 2019Kim Dej appointed associate vice-provost, faculty
Mac's associate director (curriculum and pedagogy) in the School of Interdisciplinary Science began a three-year term in her new role January 1
January 11, 2019Addiction awareness and education: breaking the cycle of pain
McMaster University Continuing Education recently launched its Professional Addiction Studies program, which has been accredited by the Canadian Addiction Counsellors Certification Federation.
January 10, 2019Top of the class: DeGroote finishes first overall at 2019 MBA Games in Toronto
The DeGroote team, led by Co-Chairs Lana Perisic and Chinomso Nwamadi, was presented with the coveted Queen’s Cup on Sunday as the top overall school in the annual national competition.
January 10, 2019McMaster alumni named to Order of Canada
McMaster is well represented in the most recent appointments to the Order of Canada, the country’s highest civilian honor. Four Mac alumni have been named members of the Order.
January 10, 2019Blockchain technology focus of 40th McMaster World Congress
MWC is operated like a real business, complete with contracts, revenues, and expenses. It stands as one of the DeGroote School of Business’ signature events.
January 9, 2019Additional IT support now available in Mills Library
This initiative is an opportunity to provide in-person IT support in a student-based environment and to gather feedback and information that will continue to improve IT support at McMaster.
January 9, 2019In memory of George Breckenridge
Memorial fund honours political science professor
January 9, 2019David Braley Health Sciences Centre receives World Architecture Award
McMaster’s David Braley Health Science Centre has received a prestigious honour from the world architecture community.
January 9, 2019McMaster launches collaborative PhD program with the University of Rome and the University of Hong Kong
New PhD program in the chemistry of food and nutrition brings together universities across three continents.
January 8, 2019Journalism, communications educators to recognize Henry Giroux with freedom award
Giroux is to receive the award at the association’s annual conference in Toronto in August, recognizing him “for exemplifying principles of free expression, inclusivity, and media accountability.”
January 7, 2019Mac launches new safety app
The new app includes safety alerts and ties into the university’s safety and security systems.
January 4, 2019This Month with the President: Preparing for the future
It’s a new year and new semester for everyone. For those completing their degrees, it will be the final semester of their studies at McMaster. President Patrick Deane shares his insight on what you should be thinking about and considering for the future.
January 4, 2019McMaster offers accredited post-grad diploma in growing field of health information management
To satisfy the growing demand for qualified personnel in this growing field, McMaster's Continuing Education Health Information Management Plus diploma program is now accredited by the Canadian College of Health Information Management.