McMaster alumna Diana Weir, who was recently named Executive Director of the Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra, talks about her career path and how her Humanities education helped lay the groundwork for her success.
Bruce Miyashita ’84 has stepped forward with a $350,000 gift, the largest-ever donation to McMaster’s Arts and Science Program, in honour of its 35th anniversary and in memory of his parents.
Newcomer Kitchen invites Syrian refugee women to cook a weekly meal and socialize. The meals are then sold, and the proceeds shared among the cooks. Currently there are 59 women enrolled in the program.
Two McMaster alumni are among the 72 people hoping to become astronauts with the Canadian Space Agency.
McMaster undergraduate students from all Faculties now have the option of taking a minor in Muslim studies.
The health of some of Canada's top amateur athletes are in the capable hands of a McMaster Science grad.
McMaster joins with universities across Canada and around the world in condemning the targeting of individuals based on nationality or religion and is providing supports to any member of the community who may be impacted by this sudden policy change.
A team of McMaster leaders is in India this week meeting university representatives, policymakers and alumni in and around New Delhi.
Maureen MacDonald, an accomplished professor, respected researcher and the Director of the University’s School of Integrated Science, is McMaster’s next Dean of Science.
Tthe DeGroote Women's Professional Network has become one of the GTA’s premier networking hubs in the year since its launch.
A team of kinesiologists has found that high-intensity interval training (HIIT) is more enjoyable than moderate exercise.
Dr. Mehran Anvari, a world-renowned surgical robotics pioneer, and Dr. Anthony Chan, a prominent pediatric hematologist and scientist, have been awarded the Order of Ontario.
The University’s Board of Governors and Senate this week approved a new Sexual Violence Policy, outlining McMaster’s commitment to a campus that is free of sexual violence.
Ken Hall is an 86-year-old McMaster geography alumnus who is being awarded the Ontario Medal for Good Citizenship for his passion for both teaching and the environment.
The genomic data is important, say researchers, because it serves as a key reference point for when and where the parasite existed in humans, and provides more information about the evolution of human disease.
A groundbreaking process developed by researchers in McMaster’s Department of Physics and Astronomy is bringing us one step closer to making personalized medicine a reality.