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Meet our 2021-2022 Student Ambassadors

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The Graduate Student Ambassador Program at the Faculty of Health Sciences (FHS) is a collective of student representatives whose mission is to connect with prospective students, advocate for current students, and make connections with alumni. By doing so, this group serves to liaise between various groups associated with FHS at McMaster University and foster strong […]

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McMaster joins Canada’s Sustainable Development Solutions Network

As part of McMaster’s ongoing commitment to advancing the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the university is proud to be a new member of the Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN) Canada. Part of a global network of SDSN organizations, the Canadian chapter has 52 members across universities and colleges, all seeking to advance sustainability research […]

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Back to School in a Virtual Environment – GH Student Perspectives on the Year Ahead

The MSc Global Health program at McMaster is a 12-month program, where students learn through an interdisciplinary approach designed to prepare graduates for careers in a globalized world. Throughout the program students engage in transcontinental learning, working with peers from partner universities and global networks. This year’s Global Health students have just begun their studies. […]

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Annual student-run journal highlights global issues and research inspired by UN goals

The sixth issue of the student-led, open access journal Global Health: Annual Review (GHAR) is now published and available online.  The GHAR, which showcases research influenced by the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), is transdisciplinary and collaborative by design, inviting submissions from students, academics, and professionals from the McMaster community and beyond. This year edition provides […]

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Indigenous Education Council introduces new strategy

Through a campus-wide collective effort with Indigenous groups, a new strategy has been developed by the Indigenous Education Council and McMaster Indigenous Research Institute. Indigenous Strategic Directions will act as a guide for the University as a whole, with four main strategic goals of research, education, student experience and leadership and governance. Watch the launch of […]

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