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Official account of McMaster University's School of Graduate Studies: A supportive and forward-looking learning environment.
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MacSciGrad Mar 15
Congratulations again to all the competitors from Wednesday and Thursday's competition. It takes a lot of work and courage to get on that stage and try to boil your thesis down into 3 accessible minutes. Our hats off to you!
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McMaster University Mar 18
McMaster campus vigil for victims of New Zealand shooting - March 19 beginning at 4:30 pm in Mills Library Plaza
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McMaster Humanities Mar 15
We are very excited to announce that Pamela Swett will be the next dean of humanities! Dr. Swett is a renowned historian, researcher and McMaster professor and is currently serving as our Associate Dean of Graduate Studies and Research.
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John Bandler Mar 15
First Place winner Matt Campea, congratulated by Doug Welch, Dean of Graduate Studies, for "So Sweet: Using Sugars to Improve Cancer Treatment." Congratulations, Matt! Onward to Ontario! Photo: John Bandler
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McMaster SGS Mar 14
The Final Heat for the 2019 competition is on. Good luck to our 18 competitors this afternoon!
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McMaster SGS Mar 14
We are in the final half of the final prelim, heading to the Final later this afternoon. Two days of awesome presentations. Great job by all. For a list of competitors heading into this afternoon's event, visit . We will add the final 3 names soon!
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MacSciGrad Mar 14
Jonathon Mapletoft from "Going viral: Infection and Inflammation Impacts ALS"
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McMaster SGS Mar 14
Enjoying the final prelim of this year's . Fantastic presentations in this – and all the heats. Looking forward to the Final at 2pm in LR Wilson Concert Hall! Everyone is welcome to attend and learn about amazing conducted by grad students.
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McMaster SGS Mar 14
Congratulations to finalists from Heat 5: 's Gil Niessen, Brendan Sullivan from and Biban Gill from .
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McMaster SGS Mar 14
Another really strong preliminary heat is happening right now! The judges are going to have some very difficult decisions to make for Heat 5.
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McMaster SGS Mar 13
Winners of this year's Heat 4 McMaster are 's Hanna Haponenko, 's Mila Bjelica and Madeline Simpson from ! Congrats and see you at the final, 2pm tomorrow.
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McMaster SGS Mar 13
Congrats to Matthew Campea and Ahmed Doghri from , and Sarah Sandor from , winners of Heat Three in this year's !
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McMaster SGS Mar 13
First up: Mitchell Kurnell is talking about better ways to inspect nuclear reactors.
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McMaster SGS Mar 13
Congrats to our Heat Two winners – Eva Mueller from , and Frederick Morfaw and Julian Yabut, both from ! Heat Three is about to begin.
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McMaster SGS Mar 13
Heat One Winners: Congratulations to 's Erica Dau and Shawn Hercules who will be joined by Paria Kargar Samani in tomorrow's Final at 2 pm.
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McMaster SGS Mar 13
More cool grad research is featured on the Concert Hall stage in LR Wilson. student Julian Yabut is talking about fighting obesity... with fat!
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McMaster SGS Mar 13
Heat Number 2 is on! First up is Kianoosh Koochecki from !
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McMaster SGS Mar 13
Heat One is over! Thanks to all our students who took part this morning. Looking forward to Heat Two, beginning at 11 am!
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McMaster SGS Mar 13
So many interesting 's! Great jobs by our first heat competitors. Only one more presenter in this heat.
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MacSciGrad Mar 13
Gary Wong, from the Faculty of Science, is next with "Lead and Radiation: A Dangerous Combination"
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