Through students, professors, alumni, and staff, the DeGroote School of Business works together to deliver an education with purpose.
András Tilcsik and Chris Clearfield received the $30,000 prize Wednesday morning during a ceremony at Bennett Jones LLP's Toronto office.
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.
MugMaster Marauders: DeGroote captures first place at International Collegiate Business Strategy Competition
DeGroote students outperformed rival schools by operating a mock company called MugMaster, a line of coffee mugs.
Moderated by EHL 2018 alumnus Joe Au-Yeung, a panel of three graduates shared their insights last week with incoming students.
Stephanie Ebreo (pictured) liaised with Dr. Tapas Mondal to help further his vision of providing worldwide CPR training.
The jury, which once again includes DeGroote Dean Len Waverman, will evaluate the nominees based on five key criteria.
Healthcare leaders need to be of high integrity and have a systems-wide, "big picture" mindset, writes Hackett.
More and more, as students move through their final year, "courses" will be a series of problems to be solved, Waverman and Puri write.
Small-town roots, big-city dreams: Mary Lou Maher to receive Wayne C. Fox Distinguished Alumni Award
Coming out as a gay woman was an important step along her path to becoming a leader in fostering inclusion and diversity at KPMG.
A lifetime of excellence: McMaster honours global business leaders Sarah Casanova, Mary Lou Maher, Mark John Stewart
It's going to be a year to remember for three distinguished business alumni.