Dr. Meridith Griffin most recently completed a post-doctoral appointment at the U.K.-based European Centre for the Environment and Human Health.
Dr. Frank Jones helped establish the Department of Sociology at McMaster and became known as one of Canada's leading sociologists.
Up to $5,000 is available per applicant to help establish sustained theme-based programs of research within McMaster's Faculty of Social Sciences.
Political science professor co-chairs conference supporting women in the field of political methodology
Experts from North America and Europe attend two-day Visions in Methodology conference at McMaster University
Jake Pyne will use Trudeau Scholarship to inform public of his research that focuses on trans youth.
Marissa Ledger is only one of four students to be accepted into Harvard's Human Evolutionary Biology PhD program.
Economics student Carter Williams will represent the Class of 2014.
Danny Vandervoort and Sophie Bukovec were awarded Rookie of the Year honours at the 90th-annual McMaster Athletic Awards.
Anthropology Colloquium: On chasing the devil out of Detroit: Austerity, space, and the urban body politic
Tuesday April 1, 3:30-5:00, CNH 607
Nicole Goodman from McMaster University's Department of Political Science aims to unite internet voting experts.
Professor Greg Flynn has been awarded a MSU Teaching Award
Anthropology Colloquium-Gifts of the Cayman Revisited: Animailty and Reciprocity at Chavin de Huantar Mar 25 CNH 607 3:30-5:00
Dr. Mary Weismantel, Northwestern University
Anthropology Colloquium - Life on the Fringe: A Bioarchaeological Approach to Dying, Death, and Deposition in the Dakhleh Oasis, Egypt - March 11 CNH 607 3:30-5:00
March 11 Colloquium - Life on the Fringe: A Bioarcheological Approach to Dying, Death, and Deposition in the Dakhleh Oasis, Egypt - Dr. Tosha Dupras, University of Central Florida
McMaster Social Sciences Society Leadership Award given to Nashwa Khan
Three areas in the Faculty of Social Sciences will host a series of lectures and seminars from visiting H. L. Lyman Hooker Fellows throughout March that will focus on issues of health, international relations and globalization.
Visit us at the Faculty of Social Sciences Level II Programs Fair on Tuesday, March 25, 2014 in the MUSC Marketplace from 12:30 - 3:30 pm
Tuesday March 4th 3:30-5:30 HH 102
The collaboration ACCESS (Arts-Centred Community-Engaged Social Sciences) has lined up an impressive range of free public presentations.