Simon Granat and Siobhan Stewart will represent the 2013 Faculty of Social Sciences graduating class at the Faculty's June 14 convocation.
University-wide award recognizes the promotion of health and safety.
McMaster psychology student Alex Brodka has donated her own time to introduce McMaster University to Grade 7's from a low income area of Hamilton.
Faculty members and staff in the Faculty of Social Sciences have joined with colleagues in the Faculty of Humanities to foster the practice of using art to create and share knowledge.
Network will be headed by two Department of Health, Aging and Society professors.
Department of Religious Studies Associate Professors Anders Runesson and Mark Rowe will compete in the popular extreme obstacle course race over the May 11-12 weekend.
Dr. Chelsea Gabel's innovative teaching methods have been recognized by the McMaster Students Union.
Saara Greene, an assistant professor in McMaster University's School of Social Work, has been awarded two grants totalling more than $100,000. The grants will allow her to build on her HIV-related projects.
Staff and faculty members in the Faculty of Social Sciences are involved in nine projects that were recently approved under McMaster University's Forward with Integrity initiative.
McMaster University Economics Professor Arthur Sweetman appears in a Globe and Mail article focusing on temporary foreign workers
A donation by Professor Emeritus Graham Knight has established the Alice and Walter Day Scholarship.
Students are part of the first-ever graduating class from McMaster University's Social Psychology program.
Political Science Assistant Professor Todd Alway and Post-Doctoral Fellow Chelsea Gabel recognized at annual McMaster Students Union Teaching Awards ceremony.
McMaster University Associate Professor of anthropology Hendrik Poinar spoke at National Geographic's first-ever TEDxDeExtinction conference.
Ontario Premiere Kathleen Wynne and several major media outlets attended release of employment report.
Award will help establish the Canadian Automotive Policy Partnership at McMaster University.
The opening of the Sustainable Archaeology Centre at Innovation Park, which will be home to hundreds of thousands of artifacts documenting 12,000 years of human history, was profiled in both the Globe and Mail and McMaster University's Daily News.
A trip to Uganda as part of the joint McMaster University and United Nations University Water without Borders program will be a return home for Social Work PhD candidate Joseph Bahemuka.
Students in Dr. Stephanie Howells' sociology qualitative research methods course will apply their learning in a real-world setting thanks to a partnership with a local community organization.
The documentary Souls of Zen - Buddhism, Ancestors, and the 2011 Tsunami in Japan will make it's Canadian premiere at McMaster University in March, thanks to ties to a McMaster religious studies professor. This is a free event and all are welcome. The Filmmaker will also hold a free filmmaking workshop for McMaster students and faculty.