March 22, 2019Why every day is World Water day for Global Health grad
"Climate change is disproportionately impacting marginalized communities in [Northern Canada], and it's imperative that we address the issue of water and the role it plays in that."
March 22, 2019Have you heard about the Society, Culture and Religion program?
New name, new course offerings, new minor. Starting this fall, Society, Culture and Religion programs will be more flexible, more dynamic and more student-focused.
March 22, 2019New student-led exhibition explores the intersection of science and art
Visualizing Science, a new exhibition on display until March 29 in the Waller Family Lobby (L.R. Wilson Hall), is a unique student-run collaboration featuring artworks created by students and staff from across campus, all inspired by science.
March 21, 2019The Forge McMaster announces $100K Student Startup Competition winners
Twelve finalists. More than $100,000 in funding. Who was victorious?
March 21, 2019MSU celebrates teaching excellence with 2019 Teaching Awards
Faculty, sessional instructors, TAs and staff honoured at annual ceremony.
March 21, 2019McMaster Continuing Education introduces new advanced marketing program
Advanced Strategic Marketing Techniques helps experienced marketers enhance their skills in a rapidly changing industry.
March 20, 2019Library’s year-long celebration of STEM kicks off with an evening of science and storytelling
McMaster University Library recently partnered with Hamilton’s Steel City Stories for a special event that brought together alumni, faculty, students and community members to share their stories about the ways in which science has intersected with their lives.
March 20, 2019New DeGroote courses help students prepare for the unknown
Imagining and Navigating the Future courses focus on strategic foresight, the key to staying nimble in a rapidly changing business world.
March 19, 2019McMaster receives results from Student Voices on Sexual Violence survey, welcomes added provincial investment
The province has issued a summary report from a provincial student survey on sexual violence, while doubling its investment to assist in prevention.
March 19, 2019Faculty of Engineering launches The Pivot
Changes to undergraduate curriculum, re-imagined classroom design and an emphasis on experiential learning make up the largest transformation of the engineering student experience in 61 years.
March 19, 2019Forging ahead
Winners of last year's engineering fellowship at the Forge Student Startup Competition reflect on the secrets to their success.
March 18, 2019Engineering student wins McMaster Three Minute Thesis
Master’s student Matthew Campea is McMaster University’s 2019 Three Minute Thesis (3MT) champion after two days of competition against more than 80 other graduate students.
March 18, 2019Be part of the search for McMaster’s new president
The Committee to Recommend a President is hosting two open sessions to hear from students, faculty and staff about the experiences and attributes they think McMaster's next president should have.
March 18, 2019Artscis past and present come together at the 2019 New World of Work Forum
Through keynote speeches, workshops, panel sessions and networking opportunities, 17 alumni from more than 30 graduating classes used their personal experiences to help prepare Artsci students for their next steps.
March 15, 2019Pamela Swett is the next dean of humanities
Pamela Swett, a renowned historian, researcher and accomplished McMaster professor is the next dean of humanities. She will begin her new role July 1.
March 15, 2019McMaster professors recognized as a Member of the Order of Canada
Mohit Bhandari and Jamal Deen were presented with the insignia of a Member of the Order of Canada on March 14.
March 15, 2019Hospitality Services launches pay-it-forward initiative
Customers can add a dollar or two to their purchase at Bridges to pay it forward for a student who needs a bit of help to pay for their next meal. It’s called Cards for Humanity.
March 15, 2019‘Your inner voice is a jerk*. Learn to ignore it.’
Talk loudly and often about your successes. Ignore your irrational inner voice that says you can't do it. The head of Pinterest Canada knows a thing or two about inspiring others.
March 14, 2019Top McMaster startups vie for $100,000 in Forge pitch competition
At the Forge Student Startup Competition, students and recent graduates can pitch their big ideas to judges for up to $100,000 in grants and cash prizes.
March 14, 2019McMaster receives $8.45 million in health research funding
McMaster University is receiving $8.45 million from the federal government to support 13 health research projects.