Election Watch is a series of columns evaluating the impact of new Canadian voters on the 2015 federal election co-authoredby Inder S. Marwah, Stephen E. White, and Phil Triadafilopoulos.
The YWCA of Hamilton recently handed out its Women of Distinction Awards, recognizing four women from McMaster’s Faculty of Social Sciences.
What the California Drought Means for Canadians April 7, 2015
The Department of Political Science is proud to have two of its students nominated for the prestigious YWCA Women of Distinction Awards
Join us on Thursday March 19, 2015 at 2:30 p.m. in KTH-732
Join us for a Public Talk on March 16 on Conceding To Thrive: Asia's Path to Democracy and Lessons for China
All are welcome to a Public Talk on Conceding to Thrive: Asia's Path to Democracy and Lessons for China
Margaret Denton is investigating how to keep Community Based Personal Support Workers Safe in the Work Place
Ministry of Labour funds McMaster researchers to conduct Ontario-wide survey to improve occupational health and safety
Join the Austerity Research Group on Wednesday March 11th, 2015 at 2.30pm in KTH-503
Since its inception in 1992, many learners have come through the Indigenous Studies Program. Join us in a panel discussion with Indigenous students and faculty who will share stories about their university experiences, as well as how McMaster can improve and build upon past, and current student support and success.
March 5th RIPS: Eye to Eye, Hand to Hand: Rosa Luxemburg, Antonio Gramsci, Karl Polanyi and the possibilities of Critical IPE
Join us on March 5, 2015 at 2:30 p.m. in KTH-732
The Presidents’ Perspectives on Peace Campaign presents the Inaugural Lecture of the McMaster Laureates of Peace Lecture Series: Lessons of Life from the Great Law of Peace with an introduction by Patrick Deane, President and Vice Chancellor of McMaster University.
Lauren Wallace is a PhD candidate studying medical anthropology at McMaster, and she recently returned from a year living in Ghana studying the country’s declining fertility rates.
The second Academic Women's Success & Mentorship (AWSM) Lecture featuring OLIVIA CHOW will be held on Thursday, Feb. 5 at 3:30pm in Convocation Hall.
Dates and Times: Monday, February 2nd, 1 pm to 5.15pm and Tuesday, February 3rd 9.00 am to 5.15 pm. Location: CIBC Hall ( MUSC)
The A.A. Payne Research Fellow will receive $15,000 and a 10-month opportunity for full-time research-based activity in the summer and part-time over the fall and winter semesters
Orchestrating Austerity:Impacts and Resistance
January 29th RIPS: Mid-Size Cities in North America and the Crisis of Global Industrial Restructuring
Join us on Thursday January 29, 2014 at 2:30 p.m. in KTH-732
the Goal: To bring together graduate students and the metro‐Hamilton community in a forum setting, to explore ways of thinking about and acting upon some of the biggest social issues of our time.
To be Heard....you need a strong voice.
Natalie Faught travelled to both Italy and Greece during her time as an undergraduate student in McMaster's Department of Anthropology.