Cam Galindo, an Honours Political Science Student, chosen as flag-bearer for Iran at closing ceremonies.
The Department of Political Science's Dr. Robert O’Brien took part in a knowledge mobilization tour in South Africa related to a co-edited report titled ‘Alternatives to Neoliberal Globalization’
Netina Tan's article entitled "Are gender quotas helping female politicians in Asia?" appears on East Asia Forum on 24 Jun 2016.
Chair of the Department of Political Science, Dr. Huque, and spouse Yasmin have established a new bursary to help Political Science students who demonstrate financial need.
A simulation of international climate change negotiation gives students first hand experience of the difficulty facing humanity as it struggles to contain global warming to 2 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels.
Boothe's op-ed appears in iPolitics
What are the main arguments for and against the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and what are the prospects of it being ratified?
Enrollment for Spring/Summer 2016 has begun. The last day to enroll in Session 1 and 3 courses is Friday May 6 2016 The last day to enroll in Session 2 courses is Friday June 24 2016
Applications for Graduating student awards by application and In-course awards by application are now available on Mosaic. The application deadline is April 15th.
Dr. Peter Graefe to speak at Council of Canadian (Hamilton Chapter) event on electoral reform
Thursday March 24th 13:30 TSH B128 Lecture Series on Syria Crisis
Calling all Political Science students to participate in the Clarke Prizes in Advocacy and Active Citizenship Poster Competition. Deadline for registration is April 1st, 2016.
MAS Symposium on Saturday, March 19 from 9:00am - 3:00pm Come out for a day filled with exciting key note speakers, intriguing presentations, and the chance to learn more about anthropology. Support your peers in their presentations of their anthropological research and mingle with your faculty during both breakfast and lunch! Saturday March 19th, 20169:00am-3:00pmRegistration begins at 8:40amCouncil of Chambers-Gilmour Hall 111McMaster University, 1280 Main Street WestHamilton, Canada. L8S 4L8 Tickets: $12 Ahead of Time$15 At the DoorTickets include all meals and may be purchased in Anthropology Office,5th Floor CNH, McMaster Contact: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: www.macanthro.wordpress.com