April 14, 2021Grants to enhance teaching and learning experiences open until April 19
Eligible faculty and instructors can apply for three funding opportunities offered by the MacPherson Institute.
April 13, 2021It’s time to Light Up The Night — all day
Celebrate the end of classes and your own unique journey through a very unusual year. Enjoy trivia, escape rooms, live concerts and more — all from the comfort of your couch.
April 12, 2021Confirmed COVID-19 case at McMaster: April 12
The university has received notification of a confirmed COVID-19 case on campus involving an employee who tested positive on April 9 and was last on campus on April 1 in the Nuclear Reactor building.
April 12, 2021Wilson Institute for Canadian History speaker series explores COVID-19
Series hosts authors, scholars, journalists and activists to examine what the virus will mean for humanity’s future
April 9, 2021Confirmed COVID-19 case at McMaster: April 9
The university has received notification of a confirmed COVID-19 case on campus involving a student who tested positive on April 9 and was last on campus on April 6 in the Institute for Applied Health Sciences (IAHS) building.
April 9, 2021Marauders celebrate annual student-athlete awards show
While the 2020-21 competitive Ontario University Athletics and U SPORTS seasons were cancelled, students were recognized for their outstanding efforts off the field of play at the 97th Marauder Student-Athlete Awards Show.
April 8, 2021Confirmed COVID-19 case at McMaster: April 8
The university has received notification of a confirmed COVID-19 case involving a student who was last on campus on March 30 in the Ivor Wynne Centre and David Braley Athletic Centre.
April 7, 2021What you need to know as Ontario declares State of Emergency April 8, 2021
With the restrictions already in place at McMaster, and with most people already working and learning remotely, the impact on campus and its operations is minimal.
April 7, 2021McMaster projects will ‘shock-proof’ the future of Canadian industries
McMaster receives funding from Canada’s Future Skills Centre to develop the skills of current and future leaders across non-profit, health care, transportation and manufacturing sectors.
April 6, 2021Students pitch signs to help make the green choice clear on campus
Compost, litter, paper, plastic — it's not always easy figuring out which waste bin to use on campus. A group of students looked into it and came up with ideas for better signs and clearer messages.
April 1, 2021Continuing Education introduces sustainability program
McMaster Continuing Education is launching a new Sustainability program this Spring term, to help people make sustainably conscious decisions.
March 31, 2021New McMaster Rainbow Bursary Fund supports LGBTQ2S+ graduate students
McMaster grad Ray Brillinger and his partner, Cy Hack, have donated $50,000 to create a bursary and inspire others.
March 30, 2021McMaster awarded $592,000 for sustainable infrastructure training
An innovative new program in partnership with the Canadian Society for Civil Engineering will equip up to 150 technologists and engineers to design, construct, operate and maintain sustainable infrastructure that is resilient to climate change.
March 29, 2021McMaster graduate research coming to a small screen near you
GradFlix is a video competition where graduate students have one minute to share their research — and their creativity and communications skills — for a chance to win prizes.
March 26, 2021Update on Planning for Fall 2021
A Fall planning update from the provost for our community: Our primary focus is on safely bringing students back for meaningful campus experiences.
March 26, 2021Mac MCM grads hold ground-breaking summit on antiracism in communications
More than 600 communications professionals participated in a conference on antiracism in public relations, organized by a group of Master of Communications Management graduates from McMaster.
March 25, 2021Meet the bee team: Mac students protect solitary bees
McMaster University is now a Bee City Campus
March 25, 2021Confirmed COVID-19 cases at McMaster: March 25
The university has received notification of two confirmed COVID-19 cases on campus, involving staff members who were last on campus on March 20 and March 18, respectively.
March 24, 2021‘I’m happiest when I’m creating’ — Grad Collins Oghor on the Unconventional podcast
No one ever said that a career journey has to be a straight line. For some, the journey is full of unexpected turns, surprising opportunities, and a . . .
March 22, 2021McMaster’s Waterloo campus assists with vaccine clinic launch
Faculty, staff and students of McMaster's Waterloo campus are helping ramping up the launch of an onsite vaccination clinic with community partners in downtown Kitchener.