Religious Studies Associate Professor Celia Rothenberg has completed historical and ethnographic research focusing on Camp Ben Frankel.
Gabe Ghiglione earns Top 25 place finish in national cross country meet - but prefers to talk about his volunteer work.
Orchestrating Austerity: Impacts and Resistance
Philomathia PhD Scholar in Water Policy Approx. $CAD 40K per year for four years
Dr. Karen Bird, along with Political Science students Zaynab Al-waadh, Lindsay Robinson, and Christina Vietinghoff, are part of a cross-campus working group who have initiated the new AWSM Lecture Series.
Karen Bird was recently featured on CBC-Radio's The 180, with regard to the lack of diversity in elected city councils.
Health, Aging and Society student Audrey Tan coordinates event following class discussion
Canadian Macroeconomics Study Group meeting comes to Hamilton
Professor Allison Williams takes multiple approaches to studying the impact of caregiving on workplaces, society and individual employees.
'Manufacturing and Framing Austerity' - October 30th and 31st
Join us on November 6, 2014 at 2:30 p.m. in KTH-732 as Dr. Éric Montpetit (Professeur, Université de Montréal) presents his research on the role of political disagreement among interest groups, civil servants and other experts in biotechnology policy.
More than 600 delegates and the Honourable Alice Wong attend annual Canadian Association on Gerontology
A full-day event for Level 3 and 4 social sciences students
Associate Professor Marshall Beier recognized as an outstanding university teacher.
Join us on October 23, 2014 at 2.30pm in KTH-732 as Dr. Heather O'Leary (Postdoctoral Fellow in Water Policy and McMaster Water Network Coordinator) presents her research on justice and water access in Delhi. Refreshments to follow at the Phoenix.
Faculty wins OCUFA Teaching Award
Donna Baines and Stephen McBride eds. Orchestrating Austerity: Impacts and Resistance has just been published by Fernwood Publishing.
Professor Karen Bird teamed up with Hamilton YWCA to write the report looking at the number of women in leadership roles across the Hamilton and Halton areas.
Panel Chaired by Prof. Carolyn Johns, Ryerson and alumnus of McMaster Political Science