Posted on September 29, 2021 at 10:18 a.m.
McMaster University’s DeGroote School of Business is undergoing an overhaul in the way it delivers undergraduate education, with fewer boardrooms and podiums and more open spaces that encourage learning. interaction between students from different disciplines.
McMaster University’s DeGroote School of Business in Hamilton received a $ 1 million donation that will be used to build a new lab.
The KPMG Ignition Lab, funded by KPMG, “will embrace digital technology” and promote experiential learning among students.
“The idea to bring the KPMG Ignition Lab at DeGroote School of Business to life grew out of our deep mutual roots in the local Hamilton community and our commitment to providing students with a new way to embrace innovation. and technology to learn more about the business, ”said Ruth Todd. , graduate of DeGroote School of Business and Regional Managing Partner of KPMG.
DeGroote is getting an overhaul in the way it offers undergraduate education, with fewer boardrooms and podiums and more open spaces that encourage interaction between students from different disciplines.
“The contribution of this new lab is directly aligned with our vision of the McLean Center as the destination of choice for students to discover, learn and collaborate across multiple faculties and academic disciplines,” said McMaster President David Farrar.
McMaster says students from different faculties and disciplines can come together in the new lab, “explore synergies, spark new ideas, and solve real-world problems.”
KPMG hopes the space will serve as a pathway for the next generation.
“It’s important for us to engage with students in a different way to demonstrate how their studies can make a positive impact in the world,” Todd said. “It’s a commitment to the community and the next generation of professionals. “
The KPMG Ignition Lab will be a space for innovation, analysis and cutting-edge technology housed in the new McLean Center for Collaborative Discovery – a multi-story addition to the DeGroote School of Business scheduled for completion for 2023.
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