July 20, 2012Forward with Integrity advisory group report
After meeting with the Forward with Integrity advisory group, President Patrick Deane has released a report entitled “Forward with Integrity: The Emerging Landscape“. The document . . .
July 9, 2012New portal to support healthcare renewal in Canada
A new portal added to the Health Systems Evidence website will ensure health system policymakers and stakeholders have easier, faster access to policy-related information focused . . .
July 9, 2012Shakespeare is not anonymous
Arthur Kinney is a Thomas W. Copeland Professor of Literary History at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst and Director of the Massachusetts Center for Renaissance Studies. . . .
July 3, 2012Downtown Centre update – July 6
July 6 – 8:30 am The City of Hamilton reports it has fixed the problematic air conditioning system at McMaster’s Downtown Centre. Temperatures in the . . .
June 28, 2012Interim dean of engineering appointed
Arthur Heidebrecht has been appointed interim dean of engineering. Heidebrecht, who served as dean of engineering from 1981 to 1989 and provost from 1989 to . . .
June 26, 2012Wednesday: Innovation Showcase 2012
McMaster University is bringing together top researchers on water, nutrition and health for Innovation Showcase 2012 – a day-long event which will focus on the . . .
June 26, 2012Security Services seeking assistance
Security Services has been tracking an increase in bicycle thefts on campus in the past short while. We have developed and currently initiating a response . . .
June 25, 2012Access Copyright Q and A
McMaster is currently in negotiations with Access Copyright on a licence agreement that would legally allow the McMaster community to continue reproducing copyrighted works in . . .
June 20, 2012Rainbow inducted into journal’s editorial academy
Andrew Rainbow, professor emeritus in biology, has been inducted into the The Editorial Academy of The International Journal of Oncology. The August edition of the . . .
June 19, 2012University, CAW begin bargaining
The University and CAW Local 555 begin negotiations on a renewed collective agreement today. The CAW represents about 2200 support and technical staff at McMaster. . . .
June 19, 2012Phoenix farewell BBQ
The Phoenix Bar and Gril is moving across campus, but not before the McMaster Alumni Association can give it a proper send-off. The association will . . .
June 19, 2012Barber given Diamond Jubilee medal
Douglas Barber, past Chair of McMaster’s Board of Governors and distinguished professor-in-residence in the Faculty of Engineering, was presented with the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond . . .
June 19, 2012Spotlight – Mac in the News
A selection of McMaster stories in the news, from June 11 to 17. Teaching, learning and student success: CHML and The Spectator both featured Brett . . .
June 14, 2012Construction at Sterling Street entrance
Please be advised that there will be construction starting at the Sterling Street entrance starting Thursday, June 14. The work will last approximately four weeks . . .
June 13, 2012Increasing community engagement in academic courses
Faculty, staff, students and postdoctoral fellows are invited to take part in sharing ideas, tools, strategies and best practices to facilitate student learning through community-engaged . . .
June 12, 2012Filming on campus
A film crew will be working outside of the Burke Science Building on Wednesday, June 13, between 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. They will be . . .
June 4, 2012A strengthened Student Affairs
Student Affairs has undergone some recent changes. These changes strengthen its ability to provide quality and value-added services for McMaster’s students, while building on the . . .
June 1, 2012New ‘cell phone lot’ on campus
A new, short-term “cell phone lot” is now open on campus. The lot, located beside Divinity College, allows visitors to park for up to 30 . . .
January 2, 2012Social Enterprise Student Competition
Do you have a socially innovative business idea? This is the competition for you. The Social Enterprise Student Competition is open to students and young . . .