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…
The McMaster English Language Development Diploma (MELD) has just welcomed its second cohort into the program, with more than double the number of students.
Networked digital pianos and tailor made instructor interface is changing the way that harmony class is taught in the School of the Arts.
The new L.R. Wilson Chair in Canadian History says its time for historians to join the public dialogue
The new Dr. Robert and Andrée Rhéaume Fitzhenry Studios and Atrium opens to students for the first time.
We are pleased to offer The Art of Leadership: Mentorship course to senior level students.
We welcome everyone to the McMaster campus for the fall 2015 semester!
ARWU evaluation places McMaster at 96th overall in world university rankings.
If you like Indie music then you are more likely to branch out and try other genres of music.
English and Cultural Studies PhD student Danielle Martak has published an opinion article on TheSpec.com about the killing of Cecil the lion by American hunter Walter Palmer.