Take an insider’s look at the 2019 Evening of Accolades gala at the St. Regis Hotel in Toronto.
Through students, professors, alumni, and staff, the DeGroote School of Business works together to deliver an education with purpose.
Back where it all began: Executive and entrepreneur Teresa Cascioli to receive honorary degree from McMaster
Cascioli, BCom '83, was the first member of her family to attend university. Now, she's receiving an honorary degree from her alma mater.
The change agents: Business titans Hélène and Paul Desmarais to receive honorary degrees from McMaster
She helps nurse technology start-ups through their growing pains. He stands at the helm of one of Canada’s most influential companies.
The BCom program is being transformed, and thanks to a generous gift, a new building for collaborative learning has been announced.
Leading by example: The Directors College hosts a night of celebration for new graduates, alumni, and award winners
Graduates received their university-accredited CDir designations from the Directors College during a ceremony at White Oaks Resort and Spa.
Brathwaite: "I urge you to define your success not based on money, fame, or fortune, but on the impact you can have on the lives of others."
Trevisani, once a a wide-eyed Hamilton working-class kid, has earned a global reputation as a problem-solver who can tackle tough jobs.
Dino Trevisani, BCom '87, will receive the 2018 Wayne C. Fox Distinguished Alumni Award.
"Our young professional ecosystem is strong, and we have so many leaders that feel empowered," says Tammy Hwang, B.Com. '05.
No industry is immune to digital transformation. Three DeGroote alumni share insights and experiences from our shifting economic landscape.
Anne Connelly, MBA ’10, is passionate about blockchain technology and harnessing its potential to transform lives.