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New Materials Science and Engineering Chair

Hatem Zurob has accepted the appointment as Chair of the Department of Materials Science and Engineering commencing January 1, 2017. 


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Dean's blog: Learning to learn, teaching to teach

At McMaster Engineering, we're building new paradigms of teaching and learning. We are committed to improving student learning by overcoming the constraints that fiscal budgets, history and culture have placed on us.

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Appointment to Canadian Academy of Engineering board

Peter Mascher has been appointed to the Board of Directors of the Canadian Academy of Engineer­ing. Mascher, associate vice-president international affairs and a profes­sor of engineering physics, will serve a three-year term.

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Read Trueman Goba's inspiring convocation speech

Trueman Goba has had an accomplished career building infrastructure and contributing to the long-term development of his home nation. Goba delivered the Convocation address during the Engineering and Science Convocation ceremony on November 18.

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Dean's blog: Engineering jobs in 2020: Learn about the Internet of Things (IoT)

The Internet of Things is changing the job landscape. The intercon­nection of physical “things” is due to the increasing integration of “cyber” with hard technology. Far from being novelties, IoT applica­tions involving cars, wearables and fitness, appliances and industrial machines are now mainstream.

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South African engineer honoured at Convocation

A distinguished leader who struggled against racism and worked to improve the lives of black South Africans will be awarded an honorary degree at McMaster’s Fall Convocation on Friday Nov. 18.

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New degree combines engineering and health sciences

A new degree program that brings together engineering and health sciences to solve real-world problems will launch at McMaster University in September 2017.

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McMaster students excel in programming competition

McMaster was ranked 3rd among Canadian universities at the Association of Computer Machinery (ACM) International Collegiate Programming Contest regional competition on Oct. 29 at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis. More than 100 teams competed.

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Dean's blog: Think global act local: The diversity and multiculturalism that drive engineering

While the number of migrants worldwide has increased with increasing global population, their proportion in relation to the world’s population has not. In 2010, there were more females than males among highly skilled migrants worldwide, primarily from African and Asia.

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Read the latest issue of the MacEngineer

Cover story: Driving a Culture of Innovation. Learn how McMaster Engineering is fostering Hamilton’s next generation of innovators and entrepreneurs.

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