McMaster dedicated a year to Big Ideas, Better Cities, an ambitious series of public events connecting McMaster’s researchers to communities in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada and the world.
TransEd is the name of an online learning platform to provide post-secondary healthcare learners with tools to improve comfort and competence in providing care to transgender patients.
Prime Ministers. Presidents. Scientists. Titans of industry. And now, ArtSci Matthew Jordan.
The Research Shop is a new service that taps into the skills of McMaster graduate students to provide public, non-profit and community organizations with the research assistance they need.
Autism researcher Margaret Clarke and renowned economist Junsen Zhang will be presented with Distinguished Alumni Awards at this year's Fall Convocation Ceremonies.
McMaster University, once again, has ranked among the country’s top research universities in the 2016 Research Infosource Inc. rankings released Thursday.
Nick Bontis reflects on the top three trends in sports management highlighted during a recent live panel discussion with DeGroote School of Business.
The New York Times reported on McMaster research showing how listening to music might improve perceptions of high intensity interval training.
Here's what's happening and where during Mac Pride Week.
Renowned public intellectual Henry Giroux has donated his archives, which provide significant insights into his life and work, to McMaster University Library.
McMaster Debating Society co-president David Park's tips for winning any argument.
The gift, announced Wednesday at an event at Queen’s Park in Toronto, funds the Labarge Centre for Mobility in Aging.
The successful fledgling company, which makes handheld devices that scan and measure the colour of any surface, took home the $65,000 top prize in cash and services during a gala event. The company also won the $1,500 People’s Choice Award.
The McMaster Alumni Association celebrated four special grads at its annual Community Impact Awards on September 28.
The Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging is following more than 50,000 people between the ages of 45 and 85 looking for ways to prevent, slow or cure age-related diseases so we can live healthier for longer.
McMaster will host two competitions and more than 1,800 participants as part of the Toronto 2017 North American Indigenous Games.