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  • Scotiabank and Windmill Microlending Announces Transformational Partnership Scotiabank and Windmill Microlending Announces Transformational Partnership

    Since 2005, Windmill Microlending has supported the career success of skilled immigrants and refugees to Canada and we are excited to share their transformational partnership with Scotiabank.

  • MCE's Director, Lorraine Carter, speaks with Leaders & Legends of Online Learning MCE's Director, Lorraine Carter, speaks with Leaders & Legends of Online Learning

    Listen in as Lorraine Carter, McMaster University Continuing Education's Director, speaks with Leaders & Legends of Online Learning. They discuss building relationships, thinking about the learner and the future of online education.

  • Boom in healthcare analytics creates demand for skilled professionals Boom in healthcare analytics creates demand for skilled professionals

    Any health crisis makes us all painfully aware of the dire need for better health data collection, sharing and analysis among communities, provinces and even countries. The Canadian healthcare industry has long recognized the critical need for enhanced health analytics to improve delivery, evaluation, decision-making and management. Canada is gearing up to be one of the top three healthcare hubs in the world by 2025. Such growth depends heavily on advanced technologies and analytics.

Upcoming Events and Courses

  • Best Practices for Sustainable Living Best Practices for Sustainable Living

    Do you believe that you live a sustainable lifestyle? Encouraging sustainable lifestyles and making responsible choices are vitally important to helping our planet.

    This course introduces defining sustainable living by offering a practical philosophy for making positive choices for personal reduction, improving environmental impact, and contributing to societal well-being.

  • Unconscious Bias: Moving from Bystander to Advocate Unconscious Bias: Moving from Bystander to Advocate

    Unconscious bias impacts the way we think, the way we make decisions, and the way we interact with people in our personal and professional lives.

    Designed to move us from bystander to advocate, this course will provide opportunities to challenge our thinking and in turn, help us identify and improve policies and practices consistent with an inclusive workplace and world.

  • The View on Wellness Webinar Series The View on Wellness Webinar Series

    Join us and our panel of experts for a three-part series that shines a spotlight on innovative tools and strategies for personal and family wellness developed at McMaster University. Each session will be hosted by family caregiving expert and McMaster University Continuing Education course instructor, Donna Thomson.