Celebrating International Women's day and McMaster Women in Tech
International Women’s Day, celebrated on March 8th, is an important time to reflect and acknowledge the achievements made by women and the progress still ahead. The McMaster Women in Tech Panel helped conclude the year-long series. See the future of the project.
Whether it is due to weather, a scheduled absence, emergency or illness— online collaboration and productivity tools provide continuity. This page provides an overview of IT tools and services that allow you to work from home.
WELCOME TO THE ASSISTANT VICE PRESIDENT AND CHIEF TECHNOLOGY OFFICER WEBSITE
McMaster University’s IT community includes an engaged and diverse set of professionals who support and enable the teaching, learning, research and administrative activities of the campus. Technology is embedded in most institutional activities and this will only become more pronounced in the years ahead. With the support of strong IT Governance decision-making structures and the commitment to an enterprise-wide IT vision, we can create effective IT services delivery models and streamlined implementation and continuous improvement processes. At the core of our success will be our shared desire to make the necessary strategic investments in technologies, services and, most importantly people, to provide the best value for our institution.
This is an exciting time to be part of the McMaster University Information Technology Community, as we commit to making improvements and adopting changes to our information technology landscape. It is an honour to support and lead the IT community as we embrace these changes to meet the advancing needs of our stakeholders on campus: students, staff, faculty, researchers and all who interact with McMaster. Our dedication to service and our commitment to collaboration and cooperation will provide the foundation for achieving success.
It is my great pleasure to be a part of an amazing University and an inspiring and accomplished McMaster team.