McMaster’s Spotlight series is intended to showcase and highlight successful initiatives accomplished across the McMaster IT community.
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A look at the UTS Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) committee Learn More
The University Technology Services Equity, Diversity & Inclusion committee provides various learning opportunities for McMaster personnel to engage with a variety of relevant subjects as it relates to fostering a more inclusive community. Learn about the various initiatives and events held over the last year!
Toward a sustainable campus with ACCESS Tech Learn More
What’s in store for the future of sustainable tech at McMaster? Students from the Academic Sustainability Program are helping solve e-waste and sustainability challenges by collaborating with Facility Services and University Technology Services to collect, reuse and donate used technology to Hamiltonians in need.
Connectivity: the McMaster IT Forum Learn More
From humble beginnings to a highly anticipated event, Connectivity: the McMaster IT Forum has been bringing campus IT professionals together as One IT Community. Celebrating its fifth year, take a dive into how Connectivity started, and more importantly, how will it grow, develop and reflect the McMaster IT community.
MacCheck Learn More
MacCheck plays a significant part of McMaster’s health and safety checks and balances when it comes to COVID-19 pandemic response and helps ensure a safe return to campus.
Cyber people and tech at McMaster Learn More
October is an exciting month for IT security professionals and enthusiast alike — it’s National Cyber Security Awareness Month! This IT Spotlight will explore the people and tech that help keep McMaster’s online environment secure.
Campus-Wide Wi-Fi Enhancement Learn More
Facility Services and University Technology Services (UTS) have come together to provide the community with enhanced wireless coverage across buildings and campus grounds.
Virtual Pink Folders Learn More
IT Spotlight is shining a light on Virtual Pink Folders, a project that automates, streamlines and simplifies the student admission process across Faculties and the Office of the Registrar (RO).