The men’s volleyball team took to the court in their first playoff game against the Eastern Conference Georgian Grizzlies Saturday at the DBARC. Mohawk defeated the Grizzlies 4-1 in front of a boisterous home crowd. The Mountaineers started the game full of energy, taking an early 9-4 lead. Mohawk continued ...

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Mohawk College has partnered with Natural Resources Canada to bring Mohawk students to the CAMNETMaterials Lab in Hamilton. The lab will offer students a unique opportunity to work in Canada’s largest facility specializing in the fabrication, processing, and evaluation of metals. Representatives from both the federal and local governments announced ...

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Dr. Anthony Batte arrived in Hamilton from Kampala, Uganda in October. Batte works at Makerere University and Mulago Hospital, training doctors and treating patients in pediatrics – caring for children. Batte came to Canada with the help of the St. Joseph’s Health System International Outreach Program (IOP). The IOP celebrates ...

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Dr. Jackie Zirabamuzaale works at a teaching hospital at Makerere University in Kampala, Uganda. She is involved in patient care as well as teaching students gastroenterology – caring for the digestive system. Currently Zirabamuzaale is studying and working in Hamilton with the St. Joseph’s Health System International Outreach Program. The ...

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Dr. Harriet Nankabirwa works at Mulago Hospital as well as Makerere University, both in the Ugandan capital, Kampala. She works in geriatrics (medical care for the elderly) and she came to Hamilton through the International Outreach Program to further her skills as a geriatrician, a discipline of medicine she says ...

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The halls of Mohawk College were filled this week as business owners from Hamilton and Burlington, along with representatives from the city of Burlington, toured the campus for Ingenuity at Work. The event promoted partnerships between local businesses, the city of Burlington, and Mohawk College. Burlington Mayor Rick Goldring saw this ...

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Dr. Anthony Batte is from Uganda where he works at Mulago Hospital in Kampala. For the next year, he is calling Hamilton home as part of the International Outreach Program run by St. Joseph’s Healthcare System. Dr. Batte specializes in pediatric nephrology – kidney problems in children and will spend ...

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St. Joseph’s Health System’s International Outreach Program (IOP) is celebrating its 30th anniversary. The IOP is unlike any other program in Canada. The program brings doctors to Hamilton to train them on the latest medical practices. The doctors come from countries such as, Guyana, Haiti and Uganda. What differentiates IOP ...

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Alex’s rating: 4.5/5 “In your face Neil Armstrong.” That is the iconic message that Mark Watney delivers when he uses science to make the Red Planet suitable for life in the new film, The Martian. This movie is an experience like none other. Matt Damon delivers a stellar performance in ...

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A new course is being developed at Mohawk College to help Journalism students create media content that is more accessible. The development of the course, and modifications to the Journalism Lab in the F-wing of the college are being funded by a federal Broadcasting Accessibility Fund. The  course will focus ...

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