'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
Dr. Karen Bird and PhD student Samantha Jackson launch report on women's representation among executive and community leadership positions in Hamilton and Halton.
On September 22nd Kate McInturff, Canadian Centre or Policy Alternatives, spoke to an audience of 60 students and faculty on Gender and Austerity
Professor Andy Roddick shares knowledge with Bolivian school children.
Meeting runs Oct. 16-18 in Niagara Falls and will attract national and international experts
Lucas Canzona and his Sound of Change organization present the band Alvvays Oct. 5 at the Hamilton Casbah.
Please join us for the first Research in Progress Seminar (RIPS) of the 2014-15 academic year
A CIC-sponsored talk: How has the Quebec sovereignty movement influenced Scotland's desire for autonomy?
September 24th, 6pm: A CIC talk with Dr. Peter Graefe, Associate Professor, Political Science
Professor Schuller is the Senator William McMaster Chair in Religious Studies and a member of the Royal Society of Canada