December 12, 2017Progress Report – IT Service Review
The IT review, led by a committee of McMaster academic leaders and researchers, examines and evaluates information technology service and delivery across campus with a goal to identify perceptions on service levels, area service gaps, and opportunities for improving in IT services delivery across campus.
December 11, 201712 ways the Library can help you get exam-ready
This exam period, when stress levels soar and students are studying feverishly, Mills, Innis and Thode Libraries have lots of services that can help make this hectic time a bit easier.
December 11, 2017McMaster chef’s cauliflower creation is one of the world’s most beautiful plates
McMaster Hospitality Services executive chef Paul Hoag prepared cauliflower six ways and it landed him a coveted top 10 spot in the World Gourmet Society’s “Best Plate” video competition.
December 8, 2017Student thanks parents for support with $20,000 cheque
For first-year Commerce student Christina Dominic, this past August’s Residence Move-In day was extra special.
December 7, 2017President Patrick Deane encourages students to help each other through exams
Three things President Patrick Deane wants students to know during exams: You're not in it alone, help each other, and there are resources available to help students.
December 7, 2017Downtown art exhibition ‘is all about the city’
Students in a second-year Environmentally Responsible art course, taught by Judy Major-Girardin, currently have their mixed-media work on display at downtown Hamilton's One James North.
December 5, 2017Meet McMaster’s 2017-18 Writer-in-Residence
Award-winning Hamilton author Gary Barwin is working one-on-one with aspiring writers in the McMaster and Hamilton communities as the 2017-18 Mabel Pugh Taylor Writer-in-Residence.
December 5, 2017Students collaborate with City of Hamilton to tackle healthy neighbourhoods, climate change and municipal excellence
CityLAB is a new collaborative program in which students from McMaster, Mohawk College and Redeemer College team up with the City of Hamilton to tackle real-world challenges.
December 5, 2017New name, initiatives build on program advancing health professional education
A program with a storied history of serving the McMaster Faculty of Health Sciences for more than 45 years has a new name and is expanding. . . .
December 5, 2017A new vision for public services: DeGroote-led conference in England will unite global experts
This week, DeGroote Associate Professor Gillian Mulvale, Health Policy and Management, will bring together experts in co-production of public services for a two-day symposium in . . .
December 5, 2017McMaster authors celebrated for having the write stuff
Gary Barwin, Shawn Selway, and Andrew Baulcomb took home three of the four Hamiton Literary Awards.
December 4, 2017McMaster observes Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women with campus events
Join us on Wednesday, December 6, 2017 to commemorate the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women.
December 4, 2017Patrick Deane paints a picture of a brighter world at City Hall
McMaster is making a $20-million investment to enhance commercialization for biomedical and life sciences research.
December 4, 2017Life-saving automated external defibrillators installed in all residences
AEDs are now available in locations spread across campus, with the majority located in building lobbies to provide easy access to this life-saving technology.
November 28, 2017McMaster deepens connections in China with smart water tech, advanced battery announcement
McMaster has announced two new projects with industry and academic partners in Nanjing and Beijing.
November 27, 2017McMaster researchers uncover link between immune function and osteoarthritic pain and progression
The immune system plays a pivotal role in the amount of pain and disease progression experienced by patients with osteoarthritis, McMaster University researchers have found.
November 24, 2017Preparing for a tobacco and smoke-free campus
The University community continues to prepare for the Jan 1, 2018 designation of McMaster’s tobacco and smoke-free campus. Since the announcement in September students, staff and faculty have been working together to get ready for the change.
November 24, 2017McMaster’s 2017 Financial Forum: More than just number crunching
More than 170 financial managers, administrators and leaders at the McMaster Financial Forum had the opportunity to learn more about how the University is funded, upcoming trends and how we’re planning for our financial future.
November 24, 2017School of the Arts adds vibrancy to President’s Corridor
This week a reception was held for Studio Art students who currently have their work Alternatives on display in the President's Corridor on the second floor of Gilmour Hall until December 6.
November 24, 2017Five questions to ask a doctor about your hip fracture
Every year, more than 4.5 million people around the world suffer a hip fracture. Dr. Mohit Bhandari, an orthopedic surgeon and researcher of McMaster University, had a paper on managing hip fractures published this week.