McMaster’s Engineering and Public Policy graduate program is helping to change perceptions of what it means to be an engineer – moving from a traditional focus on serving and protecting the public to also being socially-conscious, possessing the technical, engineering know-how needed to affect societal change.
Navita Dyal, a recent graduate of the W Booth School of Engineering Practice and Technology, completed her Master’s in Engineering Design, and now she’s competing globally in InnovatorsRace50 by Capgemini.
In celebration of International Women's Day McMaster is featuring tech companies run by women who operate at The Forge, Hamilton’s startup incubator and McMaster University’s entrepreneurship initiative.
On this day, as the world celebrates women, we'd like to salute the twenty-two McMaster women who currently hold Canada Research Chairs. They're an extraordinary group, tackling some of the most critical and challenging issues facing society today.
Our alumni are on top of innovation and are leading change. I’m convinced that we’re educating just the engaged citizen scholars who are required to transform our world. They do so through the real innovations that they are catalyzing and developing.