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May 17, 2019

IT Security Notice: Executive Impersonation

Please note: Deans, Department Chairs, Directors and Managers will never send employees an email asking them to buy iTunes gift cards. Executive impersonation fraud is when criminals pretend . . .

May 17, 2019

University and CUPE Unit 3 bargaining

McMaster and CUPE 3906 unit 3 began bargaining on May 15 to reach a renewed collective agreement. This unit represents approximately 170 post-doctoral fellows at . . .

May 15, 2019

McMaster IT Security Alert (May 15, 2019): Microsoft Updates Notice

Microsoft is warning customers about a critical vulnerability in the Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP). This vulnerability is capable of being exploited in a way that . . .

May 14, 2019

An update on the May 11 campus protest

On Sat. May 11 protesters were handing out leaflets during May at Mac, the event where prospective and incoming students and their families and friends . . .

May 10, 2019

An update – Vice-President Research

Today, President Patrick Deane shared the following news with the McMaster community: It is with great regret that I write to share Rob Baker’s decision . . .

May 9, 2019

Community survey – share your views in search for next president

The Committee to Recommend a President continues its work. It is inviting community members to share their views and provide input as the search process . . .

May 6, 2019

Department of Classics hosting 2019 Classical Association of Canada annual conference

McMaster’s Classics department will be hosting the annual conference for the Classical Association of Canada/La Société canadienne des Études classiques from May 7 to May 9. . . .

May 6, 2019

Safety & Health BBQ moves to East Meets West Bistro (May 8)

Safety and Health Week (also known as NAOSH) BBQ and Vendor Fair will be held May 8, 2019 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Due to . . .

May 3, 2019

Indigenous nurses day webinar and gathering

During the period following the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, Indigenous nurses across the country continue to practice in many different clinical environments and their practice . . .

May 2, 2019

Electrical power shutdown – May 4

Various buildings will have an electrical shutdown to perform high voltage maintenance on May 4, 2019, 6 p.m. – May 5, 2019, 4 a.m.. Normal . . .

May 2, 2019

Presidential search community consultation – May 15

Faculty, staff, students, alumni and members of the community are invited to take part in a community consultation as the search process to identify the . . .

May 1, 2019

Scheduled Network Maintenance – Saturday May 4, 2019

In an ongoing effort to improve network reliability and performance, University Technology Services (UTS) has scheduled a network maintenance window for Saturday, May 4 from 7:00 . . .

May 1, 2019

Free 5-day Summer School on High Performance Computing

This five-day summer school includes lectures and labs on programming distributed and multicore systems and on various topics pertaining to advanced research computing. Attendees will . . .

April 30, 2019

Thode Library/Makerspace, Nuclear Reactor part of Doors Open Hamilton (May 4)

During Doors Open Hamilton, H.G. Thode Library of Science and Engineering will be celebrating 40 years and the important legacy of its namesake, Henry “Harry” . . .

April 26, 2019

Security Services and Parking Services moving to west campus

As of Monday, April 29, Security Services is moving from E.T. Clarke to Campus Services Building (CSB). Emergency phone numbers remain unchanged. Call 88 from . . .

April 25, 2019

Origins Institute Public Lecture: Photosynthesis and the Origin of Life

The Origins Institute in partnership with the McMaster Alumni Association is pleased to welcome to Hamilton Jonathan S Lindsey, PhD, from North Carolina State University . . .

April 24, 2019

Second annual investment pool town hall advances carbon footprint discussions

Financial Affairs recently hosted a town hall inviting Faculty, staff and students to an open discussion about the investment pool. The town hall included a . . .

April 24, 2019

First onboarding announced at MacBuy April town hall

More than 100 financial administrators from across campus attended the MacBuy town hall event on April 12. Members of the Financial Affairs team provided updates . . .

April 23, 2019

McMaster Economic Impact Study

With strong academic programming, competitive research capacity, a successful and expansive alumni network, and integration with the City of Hamilton, McMaster makes a significant contribution . . .

April 23, 2019

Secure lab PEDAL is changing its name to SEAL

The Public Economics Data Analysis Laboratory (PEDAL) is changing its name to the Secure Empirical Analysis Lab (SEAL). SEAL is a secure lab that provides . . .