For an outline of eligibility and requirements for the nomination, please review the Community of Distinction Nomination Criteria.
Nominations should be sent to Betty Chung at firstname.lastname@example.org or can be submitted through the link below.
Click here to submit a nomination for the McMaster Community of Distinction 2017
New Employee Orientation Program
The McMaster New Employee Orientation Program (NEO) is designed to be an informative and highly interactive experience to welcome new employees to the University.
If you are a new employee to McMaster, don't miss your opportunity to join fellow new hires for an engaging day of learning about the University's mission, structure, culture, and some key services that will help you acclimate to the McMaster community more quickly. Plus, you have an opportunity to network with colleagues from across the organization and explore the campus environment.
The University is proud to have YOU join its community. This session will not only provide you with a high level overview of McMaster, it will affirm the important role each individual plays in contributing to the University's success.
McMaster University's Faculty of Health Sciences trains physicians, nurses, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, health care researchers, physician assistants and midwives to work together in teams, providing the finest patient care.
Our programs cover the spectrum of health care, including the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine, School of Nursing, School of Rehabilitation Science, Midwifery, a Bachelor of Health Sciences program and Canada's first physician assistants' program.
We are known for innovating small group, problem-based education, with a focus on self-directed, life-long learning, as well as the development of evidence-based medicine.