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Our new Art of Leadership courses are part of a new initiative to explore how mentoring others can help students build critical leadership skills.

A group of students collected old toys with the goal of creating something new. The ‘toy hacking’ workshop was held on campus last week as part of an event organized by Studio Art professor Carmela Laganse.

Humanities Target Learning Centre interviews Canadian TV Personality Canadian TV personality Lauren Toyota, a former Much Music VJ and YouTube star was on campus in October as part of the Humanities Target Learning Centre’s (HTLC) Career Conversations series. The TV star and internet sensation was here to talk to students about her experiences in the…

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Ph.D. Student is Canada’s Indiana Jones McMaster History Ph.D. student Adam Shoalts has been called Canada’s Indiana Jones with good reason. He has traveled in some of the most remote regions of the world and spent time in Canada’s most distant wilderness. Some of that wilderness is so remote that there is no prior record…

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The McMaster English Language Development Diploma (MELD) has just welcomed its second cohort into the program, with more than double the number of students.

New L.R. Wilson Chair

The new L.R. Wilson Chair in Canadian History says its time for historians to join the public dialogue