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A summer of international mentorship for B.Tech.

September 15, 2016 /  Department News
Source: McMaster Daily News

A summer of international mentorship for B.Tech.

Inspiration came to engineering student Israel Hernadez Quinto while riding a bus and helping someone with a visual impairment. He wondered how to make buses more accessible. McMaster’s Bachelor of Technology program is helping him find the answer this summer.

B.Tech. graduate discusses research, design, and prototype of bracket to be used at World Cup and possibly Rio 2016 Olympics

August 9, 2016 /  Department News
Source: CTV

B.Tech. graduate discusses research, design, and prototype of bracket to be used at World Cup and possibly Rio 2016 Olympics

Canada’s track cyclists are making their final preparations for competition at the Rio Olympic Velodrome, and those preparations could include adding a part developed at the University of Waterloo to their bikes.

Faculty of Engineering introduces the “new” Walter G. Booth School of Engineering Practice and Technology

June 30, 2016 /  Department News
Source: McMaster Daily News

Faculty of Engineering introduces the “new” Walter G. Booth School of Engineering Practice and Technology

The Faculty of Engineering’s Walter G. Booth School of Engineering Practice, which offers graduate programs, and its School of Engineering Technology, home to the McMaster-Mohawk Bachelor of Technology Partnership, will become The Walter G. Booth School of Engineering Practice and Technology.

The newly formed Walter G. Booth School of Engineering Practice and Technology has a leader

June 30, 2016 /  Department News
Source: McMaster Daily News

The newly formed Walter G. Booth School of Engineering Practice and Technology has a leader

On July 1, 2016, Mo Elbestawi will become director of the newly-established school.

Gas Line Damage Prevention

August 31, 2015 /  Department News

Gas Line Damage Prevention

W Booth students recently worked with the natural gas industry to investigate new approaches to addressing a complex industry-wide problem: damage prevention.

W Booth Students Dive into Water Challenges

August 31, 2015 /  Department News

W Booth Students Dive into Water Challenges

Graduate students under the supervision of Dr. Dustin Garrick are contributing to the development of a multi-sector strategy to better manage runoff flowing into our region's extensive watershed. It's part of ongoing efforts to remediate Hamilton Harbour and its surroundings.

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