August 14, 2020University, student unions reducing fees
Reductions include HSR passes, athletics and recreation fees, and some student societies.
August 14, 2020McMaster partners with Rotary to send much-needed medical supplies to Lebanon
Joint project calls on a national and international network of contacts to support overloaded hospitals following last week’s deadly explosion in Beirut
August 14, 2020New online hub a one-stop-shop for Library’s suite of remote resources
The Remote Support Hub offers a quick and easy way for McMaster students, faculty and staff to access the Library’s many remote teaching, learning and research services and resources.
August 13, 2020How to mobilize and sustain EDI change in the academy
Efforts to address issues of equity, diversity and inclusion require leadership, good governance and accountability.
August 13, 2020McMaster offering access to key software platforms used by engineers, scientists and researchers around the world
Students, faculty, staff and researchers now have unlimited access to two key software platforms: MATLAB and Pavlovia.
August 12, 2020The heart of McMaster has always been the people who call the University home: President’s letter
Thanks to everyone for all that you continue to do. As we continue to prepare for fall, we are also turning our minds to planning for the winter term.
August 12, 2020COVID-19 update: Phase 2 of returning to research begins, grad student study space, and book pickup at the library and Campus Store
Info on what returning to research looks like in Phase 2, as well as how to book the library's dedicated study space for grad students.
August 11, 2020McMaster receives $1.3 million to support job seekers in the automotive and manufacturing sectors
Two McMaster programs will help maintain and establish job placements and retrain under- and unemployed workers.
August 10, 2020Fourth-year student launches McMaster Undergraduate Journal of Social Psychology
Publishing is key for new researchers -- but what do they do when publishing opportunities are limited?
August 10, 2020How McMaster IT is prepping our virtual campus for fall
Whether it’s remote tools to help troubleshoot problems, reworking old technology to suit new needs or developing solutions from the ground up, the IT landscape at McMaster has changed.
August 7, 2020“No hard work is ever wasted”
Hisham Mohammed’s early experiences at Holland Bloorview Children’s Hospital gave him a unique perspective on biomedical engineering.
August 7, 2020Can’t stop the music
Originally hosted at McMaster, the Hamilton Parkinson’s Chorus now meets online – and is still singing strong.
August 6, 2020Further developments in Psychology, Neuroscience and Behaviour investigation
More action has been taken following new allegations.
August 6, 2020‘Your voice matters’ — More dates added to external review of Black student-athletes’ experiences
The review looks at the climate within the Marauders athletics programs, where student-athletes reported experiencing anti-Black racism.
August 5, 2020Keeping Mac moving
Free online fitness classes, hiking and cycling resources, and creative approaches to outdoor orientation are just some of the ways Athletics & Recreation is fighting isolation and building community.
July 30, 2020“It’s a snapshot of moments in time.” Photo series by Mac grads highlights experiences of COVID-19 frontline workers
Faces of COVID humanizes the pandemic by collecting accounts by frontline workers in the COVID-19 pandemic, both in health care and otherwise.
July 28, 2020A letter from McMaster’s President
"I am writing to update the McMaster community on a serious matter."
July 27, 2020Students win $5,000 prize for reducing IT waste donating refurbished tech to youth
Students created the “Trash to Treasure” project, which diverted 1,000 kilograms of IT waste through collection, refurbishment, and community donation. It is part of their work for the SUSTAIN courses, part of the Sustainable Futures Program.
July 27, 2020New look for Nina de Villiers Garden
McMaster grounds staff have enhanced a beautiful garden in front of University Hall that is dedicated to the memory of former McMaster student Nina de Villiers.
July 27, 2020Boot camp prepares physiotherapy students for the front line of health care
Physiotherapy students are busy doing hands-on learning this month in a boot camp that will get their clinical training up to date.