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Tech sector veteran Stephen Elop assumes new advisory role at McMaster

Renowned tech sector leader Stephen Elop has assumed the esteemed role of Distinguished Engineering Executive in Residence within McMaster University’s Faculty of Engineering.

Elop, a former top Microsoft executive and McMaster Engineering alumnus, will hold the key Faculty advisory position and provide insights into priority areas such as new research and teaching opportunities in disruptive innovation, enhancing the student experience, and assisting in translating academic knowledge to a wider audience.

Other News

Engineering students design futuristic high-speed trans­porta­tion system

McMaster students win big in bank program­ming challenge

This heart beats for science


February 25, 2016
CAFÉ E-Xpress morning lecture series with Dr. Gregory Wohl

February 27, 2016
Go Code Girl

March 1, 2016
Graduate Studies Open House

April 9, 2016
Turbo Charge Your Career

May 18-19, 2016
Aboriginal Youth STEM Conference

Ishwar Puri

Dean’s blog: Happy Lunar New Year

On behalf of McMaster University’s Faculty of Engineering I send warm wishes to all of our friends who are celebrating the Lunar New Year in Canada and around the globe.

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Community partners challenge innovation-minded students

For the first time, the W Booth School of Engineer­ing Practice has extended beyond its walls to welcome undergraduates as Innovation Studio participants in a cohesive community of graduate students.

McMaster ranked second greenest university in province

The results are in: a recent global ranking put McMaster at the head of the class when it comes to being green.

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