September 27, 2016Ontario’s universities spark conversation about the future – are you ready?
Ontario's universities have sparked a province-wide conversation about how universities can be good partners in ensuring the future is brighter for everyone.
September 27, 2016Indigenous MD talks to Hamilton family doctors
Being able to see with “one eye forward and one eye back”, with an understanding of both Indigenous and Western knowledge of health, is the topic for a public discussion this week.
September 27, 2016Digital Leadership Summit will offer expert insight on industry transformation
This week, the DeGroote School of Business and SAS Canada will co-present the annual Digital Leadership Summit to address the most prominent modern technological shift – digital.
September 26, 2016Mac grad supports engineering students with US$500,000 donation
The family of Robert Kulperger '63 – entrepreneur, inventor, chemical engineer – visited campus on Friday to celebrate his life and legacy.
September 25, 2016Campus open today, police conclude searches and find nothing of concern
Hamilton police received an automated taped phone message this evening with threats against the McMaster campus. The message is similar to a series of hoax calls made to police and educational institutions in other provinces.
September 23, 2016McMaster unveils new Indigenous Circle teaching and gathering space
McMaster has opened a new outdoor space for classes, ceremonies, performances and other activities, designed to affirm the importance of Indigenous knowledge to the university community.
September 23, 2016Largest ever government investment in McMaster labs benefits students, researchers and industry
The government of Canada and province of Ontario are investing $43 million in science and engineering teaching and research labs at McMaster.
September 22, 2016Ontario Universities Fair to attract more than 120,000 students and parents
More than 400 McMaster representatives will be at the Ontario Universities’ Fair, taking place September 23 to 25 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.
September 22, 2016Chancellor meets with Women in Engineering
McMaster’s Chancellor sat down for a wide-ranging discussion with a diverse group of women in Engineering Tuesday.
September 21, 2016This Friday: clash of OUA rugby powerhouses
After cruising to two lopsided wins to open the OUA season, the CIS No. 1-ranked McMaster plays host to the No. 4 Queen's Gaels on Friday in a rematch of 2015's CIS final.
September 20, 2016Kinesiologist talks one-minute workout on Today Show
Kinesiology professor Martin Gibala has been featured on the popular US morning television program The Today Show Sept. 20.
September 20, 2016Auto expert in New York Times
McMaster's Greig Mordue, the ArcelorMittal Dofasco Chair in Advanced Manufacturing Policy, was quoted extensively in a Sept. 20 story on a deal between General Motors and Unifor in the New York Times.
September 20, 2016The value of face-to-face networking
This year’s Fall Career Fair, which is taking place on Thursday, September 22 from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. at the David Braley Athletic Centre sold out early, with 112 organizations choosing to invest in face-time.
September 19, 2016Knowledge and networks: DeGroote event series builds business and community
Knowledge @ DeGroote showcases research experts alongside industry leaders in conversation on important business topics. Recent themes have included big data and analytics, mental health, gender diversity on boards, and Canadian and global economic outlooks.
September 19, 2016What I learned during my month at McMaster’s sandiest classroom
Working in the blazing Greek sun, handling 200,000-year-old artifacts, dodging poisonous centipedes – all in a day’s work for those working on the Stélida Naxos Archaeological Project.
September 16, 2016What does it mean to be “Canadian”?
McMaster’s Wilson Institute is participating in Canada 150 by devoting topics to Confederation through their Visiting Speaker Series. First talk is October 6.
September 16, 2016Congratulations to Michelle Zhu, winner of the 2016 Adam Felesky MBA Scholarship
The scholarship is awarded to one newly-admitted MBA student each year following an invitation-only competition. Votes from the panel of judges and audience members selected Michelle Zhu as the recipient of the top prize.
September 15, 2016McMaster to host sports, athletes as part of 2017 North American Indigenous Games
McMaster will host soccer and more than 1,800 participants as part of the Toronto 2017 North American Indigenous Games.
September 15, 2016A summer of international mentorship for B. Tech
McMaster’s Bachelor of Technology program hosted three students from Mexico who visited campus and learned under the mentorship of B.Tech. faculty members through the university’s Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP).
September 14, 2016McMaster’s Henry Giroux featured in Rolling Stone
Julian Casablancas, lead singer of New York rock band the Strokes, conducted a wide-ranging interview with Giroux earlier this year at his home in Hamilton.