November 11, 2016McMaster University Centre for Continuing Education celebrates 528 graduates, inclusion and community at awards and graduation ceremony
More than 500 graduates earned certificates and diplomas from McMaster University's Centre for Continuing Education in 2015/16, celebrated at a ceremony held November 10 at Hamilton Place.
November 11, 2016Watch McMaster’s Remembrance Day ceremony
McMaster's Remembrance Day ceremony was held Nov. 11 at 10:45 a.m. in Convocation Hall.
November 11, 2016New leadership role focused on equity and fairness
Ensuring McMaster takes a pro-active stance while also meeting its commitments and obligations to be a fair, equitable and diverse place to conduct research, teach and study is the focus of a new leadership role at the University.
November 10, 2016Fall Major Production explores the ethics of genetic manipulation
Genetic science will soon allow us to eradicate diseases and congenital conditions. But should we use this capability to modify the human genome? A new play presented by the School of the Arts, explores this issue and more.
November 9, 2016Political scientist talks US election live on Facebook
US politics expert and professor emeritus George Breckenridge discussed the results of Tuesday's US election live on McMaster's Facebook page.
November 9, 2016Strategic Plan: Relationships at the heart of community engagement
After extensive consultations with faculty, staff, students and community members, McMaster’s Office of Community Engagement has released a new strategic plan to guide community engagement activities at the University.
November 8, 2016Share stories and find a mentor at the Leadership Summit for Women
The Leadership Summit for Women is calling upon young leaders and students to celebrate why women make effective leaders.
November 4, 2016Meet the Wilson Leaders: Yung Lee
Meet Wilson Leadership Scholar Yung Lee.
November 4, 2016Top 3 Trends in sports management: smart arenas, eSports, predictive analytics
DeGroote Associate Professor Nick Bontis moderated a lively panel at Toronto's Real Sports Bar and Grill with three of Canada’s leading sports luminaries: Jonathan Carrigan, John Levy, and Glen Grunwald, Director of Athletics and Recreation at McMaster and a former MBA executive.
November 3, 2016Meet the Wilson Leaders: Kylie Hopkins
Meet Wilson Leadership Scholar Kylie Hopkins.
November 3, 2016Tackling diabetes…with song
Every day clinicians and scientists at the Boris Family Clinic help people deal with their diabetes. Now they are using a novel approach: a music video.
November 2, 2016Participatory theatre addresses health issues of the extremely poor in Niagara
A play that addresses the health issues of very poor people in the Niagara Region and invites the audience to be involved is being staged on Sunday, Nov. 6.
November 2, 2016La Piazza Features Student Recipes for International Education Week
To celebrate International Education Week, the Student Success Centre (SSC) in partnership with McMaster Hospitality Services is thrilled to introduce three feature dishes at La Piazza’s Global Delight food station. This will be the first year that Global Delight features student-submitted recipes.
November 2, 2016USRA poster session showcases the best summer job ever
Undergraduate students from across the faculties want to tell you all about their summer jobs at the 2016 Undergraduate Student Research Awards Poster Session.
November 2, 2016New Media, New Business: Expert panel tackles evolving media landscape
On October 19 an expert panel addressed themes in media, marketing, and communications, as part of DeGroote's New Media, New Business event. The evening affair was produced in partnership with the MCM program, Canada’s leading communications management graduate program.
November 1, 2016Meet the Wilson Leaders: Andrew Richards
Meet Wilson Leadership Scholar Andrew Richards.
November 1, 2016Scholarship honours late student’s passion for scientific research
Michael Kamin Hart was a gifted Master’s student studying biochemistry at McMaster’s Michael G. DeGroote Institute for Infectious Disease Research (IIDR) when he received the untimely diagnosis of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. He passed away on June 5, 2011 at the age of 25, but his legacy lives on thanks to a scholarship in his name that’s fuelling critical research at the IIDR.
October 31, 2016McMaster’s Sexual Violence Policy
Following a long process of discussion, consultation and review, a near-final draft of McMaster's Sexual Violence Policy is now available.
October 31, 2016Marauders advance to OUA football semifinal
The McMaster Marauders football team is headed for the OUA semifinal after a come-from-behind win over the Guelph Gryphons Saturday.
October 31, 2016Inspired to Innovate: Lessons from the Art of Entrepreneurship
Join Burlington's top executive network for our discussion on how entrepreneurial thinking can revolutionize business.