Monthly Newsletter of McMaster University's Faculty of Engineering

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SPOTLIGHT:

Integrated Biomedical Engineering and Health Sciences

New degree combines engineering and health sciences

A new degree program that brings together engineering and health sciences to solve real-world problems will launch at McMaster University in September 2017.

First of its kind in Canada, the new Integrated Biomedical Engineering and Health Sciences Program (IBEHS) will offer students a five-year biomedical program that integrates engineering and health sciences, allowing multiple pathways to careers in health, engineering and entrepreneurship.


OTHER NEWS:

New leadership fellow aims to improve diversity

Engineering student wins top award for McMaster undergrads

McMaster provost earns award from professional society

McMaster students excel in programming competition

Worth Mentioning

McMaster hosted Go ENG Girl education and career day

Dean’s blog: What is biomedical engineering?

Read the latest issue of the MacEngineer

EVENTS

January 18, 2017
Engineering Mentor Connection Night

February 1, 2017
LinkedIn Seminar

Ishwar K. Puri

Dean's blog: Inter­national mobility, innovation and prosperity

While the number of migrants worldwide has increased with increasing global population, their proportion in relation to the world’s population has not. In 2010, there were more females than males among highly skilled migrants worldwide, primarily from African and Asia.

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In the news: Technology developed by ECE prof being used in weapons detection system

Advances in machine learning being developed at McMaster University by Electrical and Computer Engineering Prof. Natalia Nikolova (Canada Research Chair in High-Frequency Electro­magnetics) are being used to detect concealed weapons.

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Global Engineering Deans Council Conference 2017 website launched

McMaster University’s Faculty of Engineering will be welcoming the world in 2017. The university will be hosting engineering deans from around the globe in Niagara Falls for the GEDC 2017 conference.




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