News from the Faculty of Science
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Chem & Chem Bio professor recognized for his contribution to silicone science
Radiation Sciences Graduate program launches new website
McMaster’s graduate programs in Radiation Sciences now have a new website, www.science.mcmaster.ca/radgrad. Coming together under the umbrella of the new Interdisciplinary Graduate Program in Radiation Sciences last year, the revitalized programs are welcoming applications for their next cohort of students. The new academic unit offers graduate programs in Radiation Biology; Medical Physics; and Health Physics.
Faculty of Science’s new Dean announced
The Senate and Board of Governors of the University have approved the appointment of Maureen MacDonald, currently the Director, School of Interdisciplinary Science, and associate member of Kinesiology, as the new Dean of Science. Provost David Wilkinson cited MacDonald’s vision for the Faculty of Science, her leadership skills and her many years’ commitment and service to McMaster among the reasons for her appointment. She assumes the role of Dean on May 1.
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