December 11, 2018One small step toward a more sustainable campus
Two civil engineering and society students are helping to reduce waste on campus with the Bring Your Own Container (BYOC) initiative.
December 10, 2018Nursing professorship named for McMaster professor emerita
Denise Bryant-Lukosius has been selected for the Alba DiCenso Professorship in Advanced Practice Nursing. Her five-year term was effective July 1, 2018.
December 7, 2018Chemistry grad bequeaths more than $1.7 million to enhance student research
The gift, from Audrey Cameron (Class of ’72), a PhD in organic chemistry, will be used to establish a fund that will have a direct impact on science students, providing new experiential learning opportunities in the lab.
December 6, 2018McMaster observes Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women
McMaster’s Anti-Violence Network and Indigenous Studies Program are observing the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women today on campus.
December 5, 2018McMaster campus memorials provide quiet places to reflect
McMaster has several memorials on campus, many of them recognizing incidents of gender-based violence.
December 5, 2018Getting by with a little help from friends at McMaster
Exams begin December 7 and run until December 20 when the fall term will come to an end. There are many helpful resources on campus to support students during this time of year.
December 4, 2018Survive the exam crunch with a little help from McMaster libraries
McMaster libraries have countless resources to help students at any time of year, but during the exam period when stress levels soar, and students are studying feverishly, Mills, Innis and Thode Libraries have lots of services and stress-busters that can help make this hectic time a bit easier.
December 3, 2018Celebrating and commemorating International Day of Persons with Disabilities
The United Nations' International Day of Persons with Disabilities is an opportunity to recognize the challenges faced by those with disabilities, as well as the progress individuals and disabilities communities have made around the world, including here at McMaster, in advocating for equity and equality.
November 29, 2018Experiential learning takes Global Health student beyond borders
A practicum at Sick Kids Hospital led to a life-changing research trip to Ghana.
November 28, 2018Seventeen McMaster researchers included in 2018 Highly Cited Researchers list
McMaster researchers from two faculties have been included on the annual international list of most-cited researchers published by Clarivate Analytics.
November 28, 2018McMaster welcomes back Stefan Ptaszek as head football coach
McMaster is naming Stefan Ptaszek as its new head football coach, welcoming the Vanier Cup champion back to lead the Marauders team.
November 27, 2018Engineering alumna reflects on a career in materials science
Materials Science and Engineering PhD alumna Lynnette Madsen has had a career that's moved from industry to academia to the National Science Foundation.
November 27, 2018Finding the words: The art of writing
Past authors from McMaster’s Writer in Residence program spoke about the art and business of writing at a recent event held in celebration of the 20th anniversary of Writer in Residence program hosted by McMaster University Library.
November 26, 2018Tributes given to educational innovator Del Harnish
Delsworth Harnish, vice-dean of undergraduate education for the Faculty of Health Sciences, has died after a short illness. A memorial service will be planned for early in the new year.
November 23, 2018Lettuce: be cautious
When the US government warned about the dangers of eating Romaine Lettuce, MAC biologist Herb Schellhorn's phone started ringing.
November 23, 2018Solving the world’s problems with the help of human-like robots
Humans and robots living harmoniously side-by-side sounds like something from a utopian science fiction novel. Geordie Rose is realising this dream as founder and CEO of Santuary.ai.
November 23, 2018From biology to neuroscience; from Mac to the Ivy League
Natalie D’Silva won’t be at fall convocation to get her PhD, but she’s got a good excuse.
November 23, 2018Meet today’s science valedictorian: Shaarujaa Nadarajah
What emoji best represents you? What is your definition of success? Meet Shaarujaa Nadarajah, today's valedictorian at the November 23 convocation for the Faculty of Sciences and the Faculty of Engineering.
November 22, 2018Business grad made a tough call — and the right one
After playing in every Marauders football game in his first two years, Dan Younan realized he couldn't do his best on the field and in school, so he made his choice.
November 22, 2018Meet McMaster’s newest honorary degree recipients
Three people with distinguished careers will receive honorary degrees from McMaster at this fall's convocation.