Professor Hendrik Poinar makes international headlines with discoveries related to cholera, the Black Death and the earlier Justinian plague.
PhD candidate Roger Pizarro Millan receives Ontario Human Capital Research and Innovation funding.
Vitamin D levels in skeletons from across the western Roman Empire to be analyzed.
100-years of research to be challenged in new study focusing on early roots of Christianity and Judaism
Assistant Professor Bridget O'Shaughnessy delivers the Department of Economics' first online course.
A team of McMaster researchers are analyzing more than 2,000 skeletons to gain insight into the lives of citizens living in the Roman Empire.
Political Science professor Nicole Goodman gears up for upcoming municipal elections
Whether it's Hallowe'en or not, McMaster's Andrew Wade wants to know if you have seen a mummy.
Fourth-year sociology student Kathryn Ringelberg is the face of 4-H as they celebrate their 100th anniversary.
Research focuses on gay-straight alliances in Windsor high schools.
The event Connecting the Knowledge ignites conversation between researchers and community organizations
Four graduate students in the Faculty of Social Sciences have been awarded the prestigious Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship.
School of Social Work graduate student awarded prestigious Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship.
Tina Wilson, a graduate student in McMaster's School of Social Work, has been awarded a $150,000 Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship.
Anthropology PhD candidate Lauren Wallace continues research in Ghana with help of Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship.
Sociology PhD candidate Deena Abul Fottouh one of four Faculty of Social Sciences graduate students to win the prestigious award.
Professor Richard Harris named recipient of Canadian Association of Geographer's award.
Dr. Ailsa Fullwood (Kay) to unite researchers and improve knowledge mobilization.
Dr. Dawn Martin-Hill's work includes translating 50-years of ethnographic records and evaluating and implementing a culturally-based youth intervention program.
Anthropology undergraduate students Murray Clayton and Sean Doyle have each received a $6,000 undergraduate research award to complete projects in Italy and Greece.