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New course designed to lay foundation for success in the social sciences

A new course has been developed to provide Level 1 students with foundational skills and a background in the social sciences

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PhD Student Philippe Frowd wins 2014 Northedge Prize

Frowd's award winning essay, entitled "State Personhood, Abjection and the United States’ HIV Travel Ban," appears in the June 2014 issue of Millennium.

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Professor Marisa Young a finalist for research award

Professor Marisa Young a finalist for research award

Professor Marisa Young has been named a finalist for the Rosabeth Moss Kanter Award for Excellence in Work-Family Research.

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Economics professor authors report pushing for federal stimulus spending

Economics professor authors report pushing for federal stimulus spending

A C.D. Howe report authored by economics Professor William Scarth calls for federal stimulus spending in order to create jobs.

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Social Sciences alumni to receive Community Impact Awards

Social Sciences alumni to receive Community Impact Awards

Two sociology and one religious studies alumni will receive Community Impact Awards at upcoming ceremonies.

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Graduate student conference on internationalization of public policy

The third McMaster graduate student conference on the internationalization of public policy took place on January 27-28.

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Professor Greg Flynn has been awarded an MSU Teaching Award

Upon winning his second MSU Teaching Award, political science Professor Greg Flynn received further affirmation that he was correct in leaving a career in law to teach political science at the university level.

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Netina Tan founds Asia Research Group to help Mac become more ‘globally minded’

Since arriving at the University in January 2013, Netina Tan has devoted much of her considerable energy to re-imagining Asia-focused research and education at McMaster.

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The Sound of Change

The Sound of Change

A music agency founded by a McMaster political science student has raised nearly $7,000 for charities

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Meridith Griffin joins Social Pscyhology program

Meridith Griffin joins Social Pscyhology program

Professor Griffin brings critical qualitative experience and a multidisciplinary background to the Honours Social Psychology program.

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Roy Cain appointed acting dean

Roy Cain appointed acting dean

Professor Roy Cain will be the Faculty of Social Sciences acting dean from July 1 to December 31, 2014.

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McMaster Professor leads community readiness project in Nunavut

McMaster Professor leads community readiness project in Nunavut

Dr. Chelsea Gabel aims to identify possible socio-economic opportunities resulting from potential mining developments in remote Nunavut hamlet.

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