Department of Political Science Professor Stephen McBride will host an international workshop for two days in September.
McMaster School of Social Work Professor Jim Gladstone is developing an educational video for child protection workers and grandparents who are caregivers.
School of Social Work Assistant Professor Ann Fudge Schormans' research focusing on the everyday lives of intellectually disabled people living in Toronto is featured in the Toronto Star.
Nadia Pett BA Sociology 2011 Social Media/Marketing Manager at LIUNA Station
Washington Post and Boston Globe turn to McMaster sociology associate professor for comments on marriage equality and LGBT rights
Department of Sociology Associate Professor Tina Fetner was quoted in a Boston Globe article and two separate Washington Post stories.
Zac Walker, a master's student in McMaster University's Department of Sociology has passed away at the age of 24.
Hons. Gerontology, minor Psychology 2010 Manager of Programs and New Initiatives at the International Federation on Ageing
Business Development Coordinator at Innovation Factory Honours BA, Double Major: Economics & Communication Studies 2012
Michael Pett Program Coordinator, Engagement & Wellness – McMaster University Bachelor of Arts, Economics 2010
Social worker for the Autism Spectrum Disorder Service for McMaster's Children's Hospital BA Gerontology and BA Social Work 06 Mater’s of Social Work 08
Director of School and Youth Coordination team at Me to We BA Sociology 2007
Professor Arthur Sweetman featured in the Hamilton Spectator
Project Coordinator with YWCA Hamilton Honours Bachelor of Arts (Political Science) 2012
Sociology Professor Scott Davies talks about the Summer Brain Drain with TVO Parents.
School of Social Work Associate Professor Dr. Gary Dumbrill awarded the President's Award for Outstanding Contributions to Teaching and Learning.
Students in McMaster's Faculty of Social Sciences can now earn an affiliated certificate in applied behaviour analysis.
Eight students were recognized for completing McMaster University's Indigenous Studies Program at a June 10 event.
A McMaster economics professor is co-leading a $5-million study that evaluates the performance of Ontario’s health system and supports the development of policies that will enhance the system’s performance and stability.
Two McMaster University Department of Religious Studies faculty members who served on Susan Haber’s PhD supervisory committee are helping publish a book of essays to honour both her memory and the work she completed before dying of cancer in 2006.
Professor Byron Spencer named co-recipient of the Mike McCracken Award for Economic Statistics.