August 14, 2018Canada & the World
Splitting up families to discourage future border-crossers objectifies children, treating them like they are possessions rather than people with rights, says McMaster political science professor J. Marshall Beier
May 1, 2018Canada & the World
Black, Latin American and southeast Asian Grade 12 students are less prepared for post-secondary education than white students, a new study by Karen Robson shows.
April 9, 2018Canada & the World
New findings help explain how humans emerged from southern Africa and eventually travelled to Asia and the rest of the world.
December 5, 2017Canada & the World
The group is pushing the field of Canadian history in exciting new directions, asking new questions and bringing new perspectives to the writing of Canadian history.
August 16, 2017Canada & the World
Fuelled by significant increases in published and cited research and improved academic performance, the University vaults 17 places from its 2016 ranking where it was 83rd in the world and fourth in Canada.
August 15, 2017Canada & the World
Five McMaster research projects have been awarded more than $1.9 million combined for infrastructure funding from the Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI).
July 18, 2017Canada & the World
McMaster University is seeking outstanding, internationally-based researchers (including Canadian expatriates) for consideration as Canada 150 Research Chairs nominees.
July 14, 2017Canada & the World
From May 25 to June 11, the Glacial Sedimentology Lab, led by Dr. Carolyn Eyles, worked with Peruvian scientists from the National Institute for Research in Glaciers and Mountain Ecosystems to understand the glacial systems and water issues in Perú.
July 13, 2017Canada & the World
McMaster PhD student Jason Au is spending the summer in Japan taking part in a unique fellowship that allows him to work on a project with Japanese researchers, while providing him with opportunities to explore and experience Japanese culture.
July 10, 2017Canada & the World
Explore McMaster University Library's extensive and varied collection of rare and historic maps – some of which date as far back as the 16th century – that help chart the evolution of Canada.
June 8, 2017Canada & the World
Professors Sean Carey and Mike Waddington, both from the School of Geography and Earth Sciences, have been awarded more than $3.4 million combined from the Global Water Futures (GWF) Program.
June 5, 2017Canada & the World
Recipients are considered global leaders in a number of diverse research areas and academic disciplines.
June 5, 2017Canada & the World
Five outstanding faculty members have been recognized as ‘complete scholars’ with the title of Distinguished University Professor.
May 25, 2017Canada & the World
Dr. Santerre's key innovation was to add ingredients during manufacturing of plastic medical devices the body won't reject.
May 16, 2017Canada & the World
A renowned breast cancer researcher and Chair of Oncology at the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine has been inducted into the Order of Canada.
April 11, 2017Canada & the World
Strengthening the foundations of Canadian research is the focus of a new report by a federal advisory panel released April 10th commissioned by Federal Minister of Science Kirsty Duncan.
January 31, 2017Canada & the World
16 projects, spanning four continents and representing all six Faculties have been funded in the latest round of the International Initiatives Micro Fund (IIMF).
January 11, 2017Canada & the World
A team of McMaster leaders is in India this week meeting university representatives, policymakers and alumni in and around New Delhi.
December 15, 2016Canada & the World
After attending an international conference on Open Access (OA), not only has Mike Galang become a passionate advocate for OA publishing of scholarly articles, he’s finding ways to engage with other graduate students on this important issue.
November 14, 2016Canada & the World
McMaster's Associate Vice-President, International Affairs, Peter Mascher, is in Thailand to discuss university-private sector collaboration and share best practices in research and innovation.
May 30, 2016Canada & the World
McMaster’s Acting Vice-President of Research, Allison Sekuler was recently in the Netherlands to explore and expand partnership opportunities and share best practices in university research and innovation.