Two sociology and one religious studies alumni will receive Community Impact Awards at upcoming ceremonies.
The third McMaster graduate student conference on the internationalization of public policy took place on January 27-28.
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.
Experts from North America and Europe attend two-day Visions in Methodology conference at McMaster University.
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.
A music agency founded by a McMaster political science student has raised nearly $7,000 for charities
Professor Philippa Carter attends the International Management Teachers Academy.
Professor Netina Tan's Asia Research Working Group called "impactful"
Professor Griffin brings critical qualitative experience and a multidisciplinary background to the Honours Social Psychology program.
Sociology graduate Carey-Leigh Thomas to play for national women's softball team.
Professor Roy Cain will be the Faculty of Social Sciences acting dean from July 1 to December 31, 2014.
Dr. Chelsea Gabel aims to identify possible socio-economic opportunities resulting from potential mining developments in remote Nunavut hamlet.
Jessica Pace joins the Department of Health, Aging and Society to complete post doc
Stephanie Balkwill recognized for her contribution to the understanding and interpretation of Buddhist thought in scholarship.
A.A. Payne Fellowship recipient Miles White will aide economics Professor Abigail Payne in her public economics research this summer and over the next academic year.
Richard Sennett will be honoured at the Faculty of Social Sciences 2014 convocation
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.