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The 448th Convocation for the Conferring of Degrees at McMaster University

McMaster University, located in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, is a public research university that was founded in 1887 through funds bequeathed by Canadian Senator, William McMaster.[1] It has grown into an institution of more than 32,000 students, faculty, and staff.[2][3] The school is consistently ranked as one of the best in Canada.[4] The list is drawn from faculty, alumni and staff.

Notable alumni[edit]

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Academia and research[edit]

Educators[edit]

Name Relationship Discipline Notability Reference
Anderson, Charles DennisCharles Dennis Anderson Graduate Business President and Vice-Chancellor of Brandon University [5]
Austin, Bobby WilliamBobby William Austin Graduate Sociology Vice President for University Relations and Communications at the University of the District of Columbia [6]
Dynes, Robert C.Robert C. Dynes Graduate Physics President of the University of California system [7]
Longstaffe, FredFred Longstaffe Graduate Geology Provost and Vice-President of Academics at University of Western Ontario [8]
Munroe-Blum, HeatherHeather Munroe-Blum Undergraduate Social Work Principal and Vice-Chancellor of McGill University [9]
Phinney, BethBeth Phinney Undergraduate Political Science & Sociology President and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Victoria [10]
Smith, David ChadwickDavid Chadwick Smith Undergraduate Economics Principal and Vice-Chancellor of Queen's University [11]
Wainwright, MarkMark Wainwright Graduate Chemical Engineering President and Vice-Chancellor of University of New South Wales [12]

Professors and researchers[edit]

Name Relationship Discipline Notability Reference
Arnold, Richard AlexanderRichard Alexander Arnold Graduate English Literature Eminent Professor and Chair of English at Alfaisal University, literary theorist, author [13]
Bader, RichardRichard Bader Graduate Chemistry Professor at McMaster University, noted for his work on the atoms in molecules approach [14]
Benner, David G.David G. Benner Undergraduate Psychology Founding chair, Graduate Department of Psychological Studies at Wheaton College and chair of the Department of Psychology, Redeemer University College. Author on pastoral counselling. [15][16][17]
Castle, DavidDavid Castle Graduate Philosophy Professor and Chair of Innovations in the Life Sciences at University of Edinburgh [18]
Clark, KarlKarl Clark Graduate Chemistry Professor at the University of Alberta, chemist and oil sands researcher [19]
Davidson, Ronald C.Ronald C. Davidson Undergraduate Physics Director of Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory, professor of Princeton University, University of Maryland, Massachusetts Institute of Technology [20]
Demers, PatriciaPatricia Demers Graduate English & French Chair of Department of Graduate Studies at University of Alberta of first female president of the Royal Society of Canada [21]
Dias, JacquelineJacqueline Dias Undergraduate Nursing Nurudin Jivraj Assistant Professor of Nursing and Director of the Bachelor of Science in Nursing programme at the Aga Khan University, Karachi, Pakistan [22]
Ferber, MarianneMarianne Ferber Graduate Economics Professor of Economics at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign [23]
Green, MartinMartin Green Graduate Professor at the University of New South Wales [24]
Goodchild, Michael FrankMichael Frank Goodchild Graduate Geography Professor at the University of California, Santa Barbara and University of Western Ontario [24]
Hawthorne, FrankFrank Hawthorne Graduate Geology Professor at University of Manitoba, mineralogist and crystallographer [25]
Innis, HaroldHarold Innis Graduate History & Political Economics Professor at University of Toronto, helped shaped communication theory and staples thesis. [26]
Johns, Harold E.Harold E. Johns Undergraduate Math and Physics Professor at University of Saskatchewan and University of Toronto, pioneered the use of cobalt-60 in the treatment of cancer, member of the Canadian Medical Hall of Fame and officer of the Order of Canada [19]
Kent, Stephen A.Stephen A. Kent Graduate Religious Studies Professor at the University of Alberta [27]
Knopff, RainerRainer Knopff Undergraduate Sociology Professor at the University of Calgary [28]
Knoppers, BarthaBartha Knoppers Undergraduate English Literature & French Professor at McGill University, Chairman of the International Ethics Committee of the Human Genome Project [29]
Mann, SteveSteve Mann Graduate Engineering Professor at the University of Toronto [30]
Mighton, JohnJohn Mighton Graduate Philosophy Professor at the University of Toronto, author [31]
Morris, PaulPaul Morris Graduate Religious Studies Program Director and professor for Religious Studies at Victoria University of Wellington, author of the National Statement on Religious Diversity [32]
Nelson, EvelynEvelyn Nelson Graduate Mathematics Professor at McMaster University, mathematician [33]
Reinhartz, AdeleAdele Reinhartz Graduate Religious Studies Professor at the University of Ottawa [34]
Rosenmeyer, Thomas G.Thomas G. Rosenmeyer Undergraduate Classics Professor at the University of California, Berkeley [35]
Ruggie, JohnJohn Ruggie Graduate Business and Human Rights Berthold Beitz Professor in Human Rights and International Affairs at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government and an Affiliated Professor in International Legal Studies at Harvard Law School [36]
Ruse, MichaelMichael Ruse Graduate Philosophy Professor at Florida State University [37]
Sabetti, FilippoFilippo Sabetti Undergraduate History & Political Science Professor at McGill University [38]
Sauder, DanielDaniel Sauder Graduate Medicine Chairman of Department of Dermatology at Johns Hopkins University, professor at the University of Toronto [39]
Scheffel, DavidDavid Scheffel Graduate Anthropology Professor at Thompson Rivers University [40]
Scholes, MyronMyron Scholes Undergraduate Economics Professor at Stanford University, Nobel laureate in economics [41]
Tremaine, ScottScott Tremaine Undergraduate Physics Professor at University of Toronto and Princeton University, credited with coining the name "Kuiper belt" [42]

Business[edit]

Name Relationship Discipline Notability Reference
Bardswick, KathyKathy Bardswick Graduate Business President and CEO of The Co-operators Group [43]
Burgess, RobRob Burgess Undergraduate Business Chairman and CEO of Macromedia, Director of Adobe Systems [44]
Bidulka, BrianBrian Bidulka Undergraduate Business CFO of Research In Motion [45]
Cascioli, TeresaTeresa Cascioli Undergraduate Business President and CEO of Lakeport Brewing Company [46]
Eaton, Cyrus S.Cyrus S. Eaton Undergraduate Business & Philosophy Investment banker, businessman and philanthropist [47]
Elop, StephenStephen Elop Undergraduate Business & Engineering President and CEO of Nokia [48]
Fogel, ArthurArthur Fogel Undergraduate Arts & Science Concert Promoter and Executive at Live Nation Entertainment [49]
House, Paul D.Paul D. House Undergraduate Economics Executive Chairman of Tim Hortons [50]
Jones, EvanEvan Jones Undergraduate Arts & Science Owner of Stich Media [51]
Lee-Chin, MichaelMichael Lee-Chin Undergraduate Engineering Chairman and CEO of AIC Limited [52]
Sardo, James V.James V. Sardo Graduate Business Chairman and CEO of Firestone Canada [53]
Sinclair, John E.John E. Sinclair Undergraduate Executive Vice-President of Bell Canada [54]
Thompson, SarahSarah Thompson Undergraduate English & Philosophy CEO and publisher of Women's Post [55]
Wakefield, TayceTayce Wakefield Undergraduate Political Science Vice-President of Corporate Affairs for General Motors Canada [56]
Waugh, William R.William R. Waugh Undergraduate Political Economy Vice-President, CFO and director of General Motors Canada [57]
Wilson, LyntonLynton Wilson Undergraduate Economics Chairman of Nortel [58]
Molinaro, VinceVince Molinaro Graduate Education Leadership consultant, public speaker, and New York Times Bestselling author [59]
Remedios, JeffreyJeffrey Remedios Undergraduate Commerce CEO of Universal Music Canada

Entertainment[edit]

Name Relationship Discipline Notability Reference
Barber, MatthewMatthew Barber Graduate Philosophy Singer, songwriter
Blum, LenLen Blum Undergraduate Film producer, film composer, screenwriter [60]
Candy, JohnJohn Candy Undergraduate Actor, comedian [61]
Firestone, JayJay Firestone Undergraduate Business Film, television producer [62]
Frid, JonathanJonathan Frid Undergraduate Film Actor [63]
Henning, DougDoug Henning Undergraduate Psychology Magician, illusionist, escape artist and politician. [64]
Langlois, LisaLisa Langlois Actress
Levy, EugeneEugene Levy Undergraduate Engineering Actor, television director, producer, musician, writer [65]
Reitman, IvanIvan Reitman Undergraduate Music Director and film producer [66]
Sessions, JohnJohn Sessions Graduate English Actor and comedian [67]
Short, MartinMartin Short Undergraduate Social Work Comedian, actor, writer, singer and producer [68]
Thomas, DaveDave Thomas Undergraduate English Literature Comedian and actor [69]

Journalism and media[edit]

Name Relationship Discipline Notability Reference
Lautens, GaryGary Lautens Undergraduate History Columnist and humorist for the Toronto Star [70]
Martin, LawrenceLawrence Martin Undergraduate Political Science Journalist for The Globe and Mail, author [71]
Newton, PaulaPaula Newton Graduate Business International correspondent for CNN [72]

Literature[edit]

Name Relationship Discipline Notability Reference
Brandis, MarianneMarianne Brandis Undergraduate Humanities Author [73]
Burke, MartynMartyn Burke Undergraduate Business & Economics Author, screenwriter, journalist [74]
Engel, HowardHoward Engel Undergraduate Humanities Author and Canadian Broadcasting Corporation producer [75]
Engel, MarianMarian Engel Undergraduate English Author [76]
Harris, MarjorieMarjorie Harris Undergraduate English Non-fiction writer [77]
Reynolds, John LawrenceJohn Lawrence Reynolds Undergraduate Humanities Novelist and non-fiction writer [78]
Turpin Myers, JanetJanet Turpin Myers Undergraduate Political Science & Social Work Novelist, short story writer, and poet [79]

Medicine[edit]

Name Relationship Discipline Notability Reference
Bondar, RobertaRoberta Bondar Graduate Medicine NASA's space medicine researcher, first Canadian female astronaut [80]
Bell, John CameronJohn Cameron Bell Graduate Biochemistry Cancer researcher [81]
Coleman, DouglasDouglas Coleman Graduate Chemistry Discoverer of leptin, winner of the 2010 Albert Lasker Basic Medical Research Award [82]
Olivieri, Nancy FernNancy Fern Olivieri Graduate Medicine Haematologist, researcher [83]
Guyatt, GordonGordon Guyatt Graduate Medicine Pioneer of Evidence Based Medicine [84]
Heinzl, RichardRichard Heinzl Graduate Medicine Founder of Canadian chapter Médecins Sans Frontières [85]
Monahan, JohnJohn Monahan Graduate Biochemistry Founder of Avigen Inc in California, a NASDAQ-listed company [86]
Orbinski, JamesJames Orbinski Graduate Medicine President of Médecins Sans Frontières, accepted Nobel Peace Prize on their behalf [41]
Upshur, RossRoss Upshur Graduate Medicine Physician and researcher. [87]
Wilson, ElinorElinor Wilson Graduate Health Science President of Assisted Human Reproduction Canada [88]

Politics and public service[edit]

Name Relationship Discipline Notability Reference
Alexander, LincolnLincoln Alexander Undergraduate History & Political Economics Lieutenant Governor of Ontario, Member of Parliament of Canada [89]
Berry, GlynGlyn Berry Graduate Political Science First Canadian diplomat to have been killed in Afghanistan while on duty [90]
Bryden, John H.John H. Bryden Undergraduate History Member of Parliament of Canada
Copps, SheilaSheila Copps Graduate Deputy Prime Minister of Canada, Member of Parliament of Canada [91]
Dean, Gordon HowlettGordon Howlett Dean Graduate Chemistry & Physics Minister of Revenue for Ontario, Member of Provincial Parliament of Ontario [92]
Dean, TonyTony Dean Graduate Sociology Secretary of the Cabinet for Ontario [93]
Dechert, BobBob Dechert Undergraduate Economics Member of Parliament of Canada [94]
Di Giorgio, FrankFrank Di Giorgio Undergraduate Mathematics Member of the Toronto City Council [95]
Douglas, TommyTommy Douglas Graduate Sociology Premier of Saskatchewan, leader of the New Democratic Party [96]
Goldring, RickRick Goldring Undergraduate Economics Mayor of Burlington, Ontario [97]
Horwath, AndreaAndrea Horwath Undergraduate Labour Studies Member of Provincial Parliament of Ontario, leader of the Ontario New Democratic Party [98]
Hoskins, EricEric Hoskins Graduate Medicine Member of Provincial Parliament of Ontario, co-founder and President of War Child Canada [99]
Jackson, CamCam Jackson Undergraduate Member of Provincial Parliament of Ontario, Mayor of Burlington, Ontario [100]
Johnson, DavidDavid Johnson Undergraduate Mathematics Minister of Education for Ontario, Member of Provincial Parliament of Ontario, Mayor of East York [101]
Kellock, RoyRoy Kellock Undergraduate Puisne Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada [102]
Knowles, StanleyStanley Knowles Undergraduate Member of Parliament of Canada [99]
Lynch, Kevin G.Kevin G. Lynch Graduate Economics Clerk of the Privy Council of Canada. [103]
McGuinty, DaltonDalton McGuinty Undergraduate Biology Premier of Ontario, leader of the Ontario Liberal Party [104]
McWalter, TonyTony McWalter Graduate Philosophy Member of Parliament of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland [105]
Munro, JohnJohn Munro Undergraduate Political Science Member of Parliament of Canada [106]
Naqvi, YasirYasir Naqvi Undergraduate Life Sciences & Political Science Member of Provincial Parliament of Ontario, President of the Ontario Liberal Party [107]
Nixon, RobertRobert Nixon Undergraduate Biology & Chemistry Provincial Treasurer of Ontario, Leader of the Ontario Liberal Party [108]
Pennell, LawrenceLawrence Pennell Undergraduate Economics & Political Science Solicitor General of Canada, Member of Privy Council of Canada [109]
Petch, HowardHoward Petch Undergraduate Chemistry & Physics Member of Provincial Parliament of Ontario [110]
Sheikh, MunirMunir Sheikh Graduate Economics Chief Statistician of Canada [111]
Tascona, JoeJoe Tascona Graduate Business Member of Provincial Parliament of Ontario [112]
Temelkovski, LuiLui Temelkovski Undergraduate Member of Parliament of Canada [113]
Thada-Thamrongvech, SuchartSuchart Thada-Thamrongvech Graduate Economics Thai Finance Minister [114]
Valeri, TonyTony Valeri Undergraduate Economics Government House Leader in the Canadian House of Commons, Minister of Transportation, Member of Parliament of Canada [115]
McMeekin, TedTed McMeekin Undergraduate Social Work Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing in the Ontario Government
Orešković, TihomirTihomir Orešković Undergraduate and Graduate Chemistry & Business Administration Prime Minister of Croatia, CEO and Chairman of Pliva and CFO of Teva Pharmaceutical Industries

Religion[edit]

Name Relationship Discipline Notability Reference
Baum, GregoryGregory Baum Undergraduate Mathematics & Physics Peritus at the Second Vatican Council, professor at McGill University and University of Toronto [116]
Bhikkhuni, DhammanandaDhammananda Bhikkhuni Graduate Religious Studies First Thai woman to receive full ordination as a Theravada nun [117]
Hamid, DavidDavid Hamid Undergraduate Anglican Suffragan Bishop in Europe [118]

Sports[edit]

Name Relationship Discipline Notability Reference
Anthopoulos, AlexAlex Anthopoulos Undergraduate Economics Senior Vice President of Baseball Operations and General Manager for the Toronto Blue Jays. [119]
Apps, SylSyl Apps Undergraduate Political Economy National Hockey League player, Member of Provincial Parliament, Gold medalist at the 1934 British Empire Games [120]
Braley, DavidDavid Braley Undergraduate Economics Canadian Senator, commissioner of the Canadian Football League, owner of the Toronto Argonauts and British Columbia Lions [121]
Brochu, ClaudeClaude Brochu Graduate Business Owner of the Montreal Expos [122]
Cain, LarryLarry Cain Undergraduate 1984 Summer Olympics Gold and Silver medalist, Canoe Sprint [123]
Carpenter, AaronAaron Carpenter Undergraduate Canadian rugby player [124]
Clatney, PaulPaul Clatney Undergraduate Canadian Football League player [125]
Dugas, MartinMartin Dugas Undergraduate Canadian soccer player [126]
Filice, FabioFabio Filice Undergraduate Mathematics Canadian Football League player [127]
Jackson, RussRuss Jackson Undergraduate Mathematics Canadian Football League player [128]
Koch, KyleKyle Koch Undergraduate Business Canadian Football League player [129]
Kuntz, BobbyBobby Kuntz Undergraduate Canadian Football League player [130]
Lumsden, JesseJesse Lumsden Undergraduate Anthropology Football player [131]
Malar, JoanneJoanne Malar Undergraduate Swimmer, most decorated Canadian athlete in the history of the Pan American Games [132]
Morreale, MikeMike Morreale Undergraduate Canadian Football League player [133]
Neilson, RogerRoger Neilson Undergraduate Physical Education National Hockey League coach [134]
Pellini, ChrisChris Pellini Undergraduate Biology Silver medalist at the 2007 Pan American Games, Sprint Canoe [135]
van Koeverden, AdamAdam van Koeverden Undergraduate Kinesiology Gold and Bronze medalist at the 2004 Summer Olympics, Silver medalist at the 2008 Summer Olympics [136]
Raina, SachinSachin Raina Undergraduate Kinesiology Ultimate Frisbee player, Toronto Rush [137]

Miscellaneous[edit]

Name Relationship Discipline Notability Reference
MacGregor, John F.John F. MacGregor Undergraduate Chemical Engineering Statistician and chemical engineer [138]
Milisavljevic, DanDan Milisavljevic Undergraduate Arts & Science Aided in the discovery of several of Uranus's and Neptune's moons [139]
Newcombe, HannaHanna Newcombe Undergraduate Chemistry Scientist and director of the Peace Research Institute [140]
Nutt, SamanthaSamantha Nutt Graduate Medicine Co-founder and Executive Director of War Child Canada [141]
Pieczonka, WaldemarWaldemar Pieczonka Graduate Physicist and engineer who directed IBM's first attempts in integrated circuitry [142]
Sunatori, SimonSimon Sunatori Graduate Engineering Physics Engineer and inventor of MagneScribe [143]

Faculty[edit]

Bertram Brockhouse, professor and Nobel laureate
Dafydd Williams, first Canadian to perform a spacewalk
Name Relationship Discipline Known for Notes
Acheson, DonaldDonald Acheson Visiting Professor Medicine Chief Medical Officer for the United Kingdom
Adams, RoyRoy Adams Professor Industrial Relations Author, newspaper columnist and human rights activist [144]
Ajzenstat, JanetJanet Ajzenstat Professor Political Science Professor [145]
Ames, MichaelMichael Ames Assistant Professor Anthropology Director at the Museum of Anthropology [146]
Bader, RichardRichard Bader Professor Chemistry Developed Atoms in Molecules approach [147]
Bandler, JohnJohn Bandler Professor Engineering Space mapping, use of surrogate model and engineering optimization [148]
Barber, DouglasDouglas Barber Professor Engineering Physics Director of Institute for Quantum Computing [149]
Basmajian, JohnJohn Basmajian Professor Medicine Pioneer in rehabilitation science [150]
Bearpark, BobBob Bearpark Assistant Professor Physical Education Coach of Canada men's national soccer team [151]
Bontis, NickNick Bontis Associate Professor Business Professional speaker and management consultant [152]
Bourns, ArthurArthur Bourns Professor Chemistry President of McMaster University [153]
Brackney, William H.William H. Brackney Professor Historical Theology Professor [154]
Brockhouse, BertramBertram Brockhouse Professor Physics Nobel laureate in Physics [155]
Burke, JohnJohn Burke Professor Music Composer [156]
Campbell, MoranMoran Campbell Professor Medicine Inventor of the venturi mask [157]
Deen, M. JamalM. Jamal Deen Professor Engineering Professor [158]
Duckworth, HenryHenry Duckworth Professor Physics President of University of Winnipeg and Chancellor of University of Manitoba [159]
Ford, CliffordClifford Ford Professor Music Composer [160]
Foxcroft, RonRon Foxcroft Referee Chairman and CEO of Fox 40 [161]
Gillespie, RonaldRonald Gillespie Professor Chemistry Shaped VSEPR theory [162]
Giroux, HenryHenry Giroux Professor Cultural studies One of the founding theorists of critical pedagogy [163]
Guan, PengfeiPengfei Guan Professor Mathematics Professor [164]
Guyatt, GordonGordon Guyatt Professor Medicine Pioneer of evidence-based medicine [165]
Heidebrecht, A. C.A. C. Heidebrecht Professor Engineering Professor [166]
Hirsh, JackJack Hirsh Professor Medicine Professor [167]
Jago, CharlesCharles Jago Professor History President of University of Northern British Columbia [168]
Landes, RuthRuth Landes Professor Anthropology Pioneer in race and gender relations study [169]
Lewis, StephenStephen Lewis Professor Global health Former leader of the New Democratic Party [170]
MacGregor, John F.John F. MacGregor Professor Chemical Engineering Professor [171]
McKay, Alexander GordonAlexander Gordon McKay Professor Classics Professor [172]
Maitlis, PeterPeter Maitlis Professor Chemistry Professor [173]
Marshall, GregGreg Marshall Coach Coached the CFL's Hamilton Tiger-Cats [174]
Mustard, James FraserJames Fraser Mustard Professor Medicine Founder of the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research [175]
Nelson, EvelynEvelyn Nelson Professor Mathematics Professor [176]
Nossal, Kim RichardKim Richard Nossal Professor Political Science Professor [177]
Parnas, DavidDavid Parnas Professor Software Engineering Developed the concept of information hiding [138]
Pudritz, RalphRalph Pudritz Professor Astrophysics First Director of the Origins Institute [178]
Puri, Ishwar K.Ishwar K. Puri Professor Engineering Dean and Professor [179]
Rapoport, PaulPaul Rapoport Professor Music Composer [180]
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Reinhartz, AdeleAdele Reinhartz Professor Religious Studies Adjunct Professor [34]
Roland, CharlesCharles Roland Professor History of Medicine Professor [182]
Ross, ClarkClark Ross Professor Music Professor [183]
Sackett, DavidDavid Sackett Professor Clinical Epidemiology Pioneer of evidence-based medicine [184]
Salmon, Edward TogoEdward Togo Salmon Professor History Professor [185]
Shemilt, LeslieLeslie Shemilt Dean Engineering Professor [186]
Smith, Stuart LyonStuart Lyon Smith Professor Medicine Leader of the Ontario Liberal Party [187]
Stewart, JamesJames Stewart Professor Engineering Professor [188]
Thode, HarryHarry Thode Professor Chemistry Later became the President and Vice-Chancellor of McMaster University [189]
John E. Thomas Professor Philosophy Later appointed to McMaster Medical Faculty as "Resident Ethicist [190]
Vishniac, EthanEthan Vishniac Professor Astronomy Editor in chief of The Astrophysical Journal [191]
Walker, AlanAlan Walker Professor Music Biography of Franz Liszt [192]
Walker, Roger G.Roger G. Walker Professor Geography Professor [193]
Williams, DafyddDafydd Williams Director Medicine Director of McMaster Centre of Medical Robotics, astronaut [194]
Woolf, DanielDaniel Woolf Professor History Principal of Queen's University [195]

Chancellors and Presidents[edit]

Malcolm MacVicar, the first Chancellor of McMaster University

From 1888 to 1949, the head of the university was given the title Chancellor. In 1949, the office of President was created and George P. Gilmour was both President and Chancellor. In 1950 his title changed to President and Vice-Chancellor. From that time onward, the University had both a Chancellor as well as a President and Vice-Chancellor. The office of Vice-Chancellor has always been held by the incumbent president of the university.[196]

Chancellor[edit]

McMaster University has had 16 Chancellors in office since its existence. In the two years between the retirement of Chancellor MacVicar and the appointment of Chancellor Rand (1890–1892), the Faculties of Art and Theology were organized under the Chairmanship of Dr. Rand and Dr. Goodspeed, respectively.[196]

# Name Term References
1 MacVicar, MalcolmMalcolm MacVicar 1888–1890 [196]
2 Rand, Theodore HardingTheodore Harding Rand 1892–1895 [196]
3 Wallace, Rev. Oates C.S.Rev. Oates C.S. Wallace 1895–1905 [196]
4 McKay, Alexander C.Alexander C. McKay 1905–1911 [196]
5 McCrimmon, Abraham LincolnAbraham Lincoln McCrimmon 1911–1922 [196]
6 Whidden, Howard P.Howard P. Whidden 1922–1941 [196]
7 Gilmour, GeorgeGeorge Gilmour 1941–1950 [196]
8 Fox, E. CareyE. Carey Fox 1950–1955 [196]
9 Kellock, RoyRoy Kellock 1955–1960 [196]
10 Fell, Charles P.Charles P. Fell 1960–1965 [196]
11 Martin, D'Arcy Argue CounsellD'Arcy Argue Counsell Martin 1965–1971 [196]
12 Pennell, LawrenceLawrence Pennell 1971–1977 [196]
13 Leal, AllanAllan Leal 1977–1986 [196]
14 Panabaker, John H.John H. Panabaker 1986–1992 [196]
15 Taylor, James H.James H. Taylor 1992–1998 [196]
15 Hawkrigg, Melvin M.Melvin M. Hawkrigg 1998–2007 [196]
16 Wilson, LyntonLynton Wilson 2007–2013 [196]
16 Labarge, SuzanneSuzanne Labarge 2013–Present [196]

Presidents and Vice-Chancellors[edit]

Peter George, McMaster's longest serving President and Vice-Chancellor

The university has had seven Presidents and Vice-Chancellors since the office was created in 1950.

# Name Term References
1 Gilmour, GeorgeGeorge Gilmour 1950–1961 [196]
2 Thode, HarryHarry Thode 1961–1972 [196]
3 Bourns, ArthurArthur Bourns 1972–1980 [196]
4 Lee, Alvin A.Alvin A. Lee 1980–1990 [196]
5 Kenney-Wallace, Geraldine A.Geraldine A. Kenney-Wallace 1990–1995 [196]
6 George, PeterPeter George 1995–2010 [196]
7 Deane, PatrickPatrick Deane 2010–present [196]

See also[edit]

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