November 26, 2020McMaster named one of Canada’s top employers in Hamilton-Niagara
McMaster has been named one of the region's top 100 employers six years in a row.
November 25, 2020Confirmed COVID-19 case at McMaster: November 25
The university has received notification of a confirmed COVID-19 case involving a student, who was last on campus on Nov. 14 and spent some time in the Communications Research Lab building.
November 25, 2020Winter courses 2021: What you need to know
The list of courses requiring some time on campus has now been determined and have been updated on Mosaic.
November 25, 2020“I hope it will help rewrite history”
The archive of Judith Robinson –a trailblazing Canadian journalist throughout the 30s, 40s and 50s – is shedding new light on some of the most influential people, ideas and events that shaped Canada in the mid-20th century.
November 23, 2020Performing – and witnessing – the impact of intergenerational trauma
bug, a play by Yolanda Bonnell and directed by School of the Arts’ artist-in-residence Cole Alvis, will be presented virtually on November 26.
November 23, 2020McMaster makes commitment to Black academic excellence across the university
A cohort hiring initiative will see up to 12 appointments of emerging and established academics and scholars who will contribute to the advancement of Black academic excellence across all six Faculties.
November 20, 2020From around the world, the McMaster community comes together for online convocation
The virtual ceremony celebrated the accomplishments of graduates and honorary doctorates as well as the installation of David Farrar as McMaster’s president.
November 19, 2020Confirmed COVID-19 cases at McMaster: November 19
The university has received notification of two unrelated COVID-19 cases.
November 19, 2020Celebrating in song
Chancellor Santee Smith marked the installation of David Farrar as president and vice-chancellor with an original song expressing gratitude to the natural world.
November 19, 2020Winter 2021 term planning — class start to be delayed
Most classes for the Winter 2021 term will begin on Monday, January 11.
November 18, 2020Confirmed COVID-19 case at McMaster: November 18
The university has been notified that an employee who was last on campus on Nov. 14 has a confirmed case of COVID-19.
November 18, 2020Congratulations to this year’s recipients of the Governor General’s Academic Medal
Rashik Ahmed and Michael Gallaugher are this year's recipients of the Governor General’s Academic Medal, one of the most prestigious student awards in Canada.
November 18, 2020Educator, researcher, community activist: Gary Warner’s work is part of “an integrated life”
Academic and community leader Gary Warner, explorer Wade Davis and philanthropist Mick Ebeling to be recognized with honorary degrees.
November 17, 2020Fall convocation: What you need to know
Please join our community in celebrating our students’ outstanding achievements and the installation of President David Farrar at the virtual fall convocation.
November 16, 2020More information on the COVID-19 red zone and McMaster
Hamilton is now in COVID red zone The provincial red “control” category takes effect on November 16 in Hamilton and a number of other municipalities. While . . .
November 15, 2020Hamilton moves into the red zone: What it means for McMaster
As Hamilton moves into the red zone of the province’s COVID-19 Response Framework, the majority of current operations at McMaster will not be impacted.
November 15, 2020Watch: A thank you on National Philanthropy Day
Together, let's celebrate how much we have accomplished together.
November 13, 2020McMaster celebrates Latin American Heritage Month
Senator Rosa Galvez gave a keynote speech at a panel discussion between Latin American community members.
November 12, 2020“The lifelong learning journey is challenging yet rewarding” for continuing education graduates
More than 600 graduates from McMaster's continuing education programs were celebrated via a virtual celebration.
November 11, 2020Teams with McMaster connections place first and third in international Digital Inclusion Challenge
Students from Arts and Science, health sciences and engineering were among 150 teams across 29 countries to compete.