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Religious studies public lecture: Dr. Jason Peters (Augustana College)

The Department of Religious Studies presents Dr. Jason Peters (Augustana College) on Friday, Feb. 1 at 2 p.m. in University Hall Room 122. Dr. Peters will deliver the lecture The Limits of Flesh and Spirit and Our Debt to Wendell Berry. All are welcome.

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Public lecture: Dr. Robert A. Ventresca - Pius XII and the Jews: Between History and Myth

The Department of Religious Studies and McMaster University Library present Dr. Robert A. Ventresca (King's University College, Western University) on Thursday, Feb. 7 at 7:30 p.m. in CIBC Hall (Student Centre 3rd floor). All are welcome.

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Religious Studies public lecture: Dr. Christina Scherrer-Schaub (Universite de Lausanne)

The Department of Religious Studies presents a public lecture by Dr. Christina Scherrer-Schaub (Universite de Lausanne) on Friday, Feb. 8 at 4 p.m. in University Hall Room 122. Dr. Scherrer-Schaub will present the lecture Texts and Masters on the Road: from Magadha to Termez, back and forth, and beyond. All are welcome.

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Religious Studies public lecture: Dr. Christina Scherrer-Schaub (Universite de Lausanne)

The Department of Religious Studies presents a public lecture by Dr. Christina Scherrer-Schaub (Universite de Lausanne) on Friday, Feb. 8 at 4 p.m. in University Hall Room 122. Dr. Scherrer-Schaub will present the lecture Texts and Masters on the Road: from Magadha to Termez, back and forth, and beyond. All are welcome.

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Department of Religious Studies public lecture: Dr. Geoffrey Samuels (Cardiff University)

The Department of Religious Studies presents a public lecture by Dr. Geoffrey Samuels (Cardiff University) on Thursday, Feb. 14 from 4-6 p.m. in University Hall Room 122. Dr. Samuels will present the lecture The Multiple Meanings and Uses of Tibetan Sacred Dance: 'Cham in Context. All are welcome.

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Health, Aging and Society Undergraduate Symposium and Academic Assembly

The Health, Aging and Society Student Association is hosting a Health, Aging and Society Undergraduate Symposium and Academic Assembly from 4-6 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 12 at McMaster Innovation Park.

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Faculty of Social Sciences strongly represented on CBC radio's Q

Faculty of Social Sciences strongly represented on CBC radio's Q

McMaster University's Faculty of Social Sciences will be featured prominently on the CBC Radio program Q, taped live in Hamilton on January 31st.

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Faculty of Social Sciences Health, aging and society student associations to hold two conferences

Both the Health, Aging and Society Student Association and the Health, Aging and Society Graduate Student Association will host upcoming health conferences aimed at current students, local professionals and the general public interested in health-related topics.

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Here Be Dragons: Mapping Our World - Public Lecture from Geography Professor Walter Peace

Here Be Dragons: Mapping Our World, hosted by The Hamilton Association for the Advancement of Literature, Science and Art, is scheduled for 8 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 2, in the McMaster University Medical Centre’s Ewart Angus wing, Room 1A1. Admission is free.

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Faculty of Social Sciences community initiative featured on CBC

Faculty of Social Sciences community initiative featured on CBC

Local high school students earn free university credits through Faculty of Social Sciences initiative.

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McMaster social sciences student honoured for academic and athletic achievements

McMaster social sciences student honoured for academic and athletic achievements

McMaster University geography and political science student Victoria Coates has been named winner of the Dr. Mary Keyes Award.

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CAW Economist to speak at School of Labour event

The School of Labour Studies presents CAW economist Jim Stanford on Wednesday, March 6. All are welcome.

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McMaster chosen as site for Canadian premiere of Japanese tsunami documentary

McMaster chosen as site for Canadian premiere of Japanese tsunami documentary

The documentary Souls of Zen - Buddhism, Ancestors, and the 2011 Tsunami in Japan will make it's Canadian premiere at McMaster University in March, thanks to ties to a McMaster religious studies professor. This is a free event and all are welcome. The Filmmaker will also hold a free filmmaking workshop for McMaster students and faculty.

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Sociology undergraduate students to perform real-world qualitative research

Students in Dr. Stephanie Howells' sociology qualitative research methods course will apply their learning in a real-world setting thanks to a partnership with a local community organization.

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Signs of Hope - A panel discussion hosted by the McMaster Community Poverty Initiative

On Thursday, the McMaster Community Poverty Initiative (MCPI) will be hosting an in-depth panel discussion, "Signs of Hope: Working in the Community to Reduce Poverty." The event is designed to highlight some of the most pressing socioeconomic issues in Hamilton, while also linking students and staff at the University to other resources in the city.

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Social Work PhD candidate returns home to Uganda with Water without Borders program

Social Work PhD candidate returns home to Uganda with Water without Borders program

A trip to Uganda as part of the joint McMaster University and United Nations University Water without Borders program will be a return home for Social Work PhD candidate Joseph Bahemuka.

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Dr. Pia Kontos of the Toronto Rehabilitation Institute to speak at annual Karl Kinanen Public Lecture -

The annual Karl Kinanen Public Lecture is presented by the Gilbrea Centre for Studies in Aging and the Alzheimer Society of Hamilton. The free event takes place Thursday, March 14 in the St. Peter's Hospital Auditorium (88 Maplewood Avenue, Hamilton, ON). All are welcome at the event, which has free parking. See below for registration details.

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McMaster's Department of Anthropology unveils Sustainable Archaeology facility

McMaster's Department of Anthropology unveils Sustainable Archaeology facility

The opening of the Sustainable Archaeology Centre at Innovation Park, which will be home to hundreds of thousands of artifacts documenting 12,000 years of human history, was profiled in both the Globe and Mail and McMaster University's Daily News.

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Health and Aging Graduate Research Conference

The Health, Aging and Society Graduate Student Association and the Department of Health, Aging and Society are hosting a second-annual Health and Aging Graduate Research Conference in McMaster University's CIBC Hall on Friday, March 1.

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Fulbright Visiting Research Chair to present lecture on aging and HIV

Dr. Charles Emlet (University of Washington, Tacoma) will present the lecture Aging and HIV: Balancing Challenges and Opportunities on March 5.

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Sharjah Chair in Global Islam Lecture: Dr. Abdulaziz Sachedina

The Department of Religious Studies presents Dr. Abdulaziz Sachedina in a public lecture March 13. All are welcome.

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McMaster Anthropologist featured in Tedx Conference

McMaster University Associate Professor of anthropology Hendrik Poinar spoke at National Geographic's first-ever TEDxDeExtinction conference.

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Social Sciences' Alway and Gabel awarded MSU Teaching Awards

Social Sciences' Alway and Gabel awarded MSU Teaching Awards

Political Science Assistant Professor Todd Alway and Post-Doctoral Fellow Chelsea Gabel recognized at annual McMaster Students Union Teaching Awards ceremony.

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Department of Economics hosts Thomas Getzen

Dr. Thomas Getzen (Temple University)will deliver a lecture from 3-4:20 p.m. in KTH 334.

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McMaster Anthropology Society Poster Symposium

The McMaster Anthropology Society is holding a poster symposium on March 26 at 3:30 p.m. in TSH 619. All are welcome.

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Department of Economics presents Van Hai Nguyen

The Department of Economics presents Van Hai Nguyen (University of Toronto) from 12:30-1:20 on March 27 in KTH 334. All are welcome.

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Public Lecture: Understanding Third Party Electoral Spending: A comparison of Canada and the U.K.

Lecture is hosted by the Department of Political Science and is delivered by Erin Crandall (Queen's University) and Andrea Lawlor (McGill University). All are welcome.

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Public Lecture: A Hub and a Cradle: Gandhara and the Spread of Buddhism

Lecture is hosted by the Department of Religious Studies and is delivered by Dr. Jens-Uwe Hartmann (Ludwig-Maximillians-Universitat Munchen). All are welcome.

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Public Economics Lecture: Delivered by Dr. Ken Couch (University of Connecticut)

The Department of Economics presents a lecture from Ken Couch (University of Connecticut) on April 5 from 3-4:20 p.m. in KTH 334. All are welcome.

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Social psychology capstone poster presentations

The first graduating class of the Social Psychology program will present their capstone research projects from 1:30-3:30 p.m. on April 5 in Council Chambers (Gilmour Hall Room 111). All are welcome.

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Health and aging Thesis Night and art exhibit

Art projects from students in the course Representations of Illness and Aging and posters for the Health and Aging Thesis Night will be on display from 4:30-6:30 p.m. on April 8 in CIBC Hall.

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Professor emeritus donates labour studies scholarship

Professor emeritus donates labour studies scholarship

A donation by Professor Emeritus Graham Knight has established the Alice and Walter Day Scholarship.

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Contemporary Issues in Aging Seminar Series: Randy Jackson

PhD Candidate Randy Jackson will deliver his research on Exploring Resiliency and Wellness Among 2-Spirit Men Living with HIV in Ontario. All are welcome.

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Faculty of Social Sciences contributes to Forward with Integrity

Faculty of Social Sciences contributes to Forward with Integrity

Staff and faculty members in the Faculty of Social Sciences are involved in nine projects that were recently approved under McMaster University's Forward with Integrity initiative.

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Social Work professor aims to raise HIV awareness amongst child protection workers

Social Work professor aims to raise HIV awareness amongst child protection workers

Saara Greene, an assistant professor in McMaster University's School of Social Work, has been awarded two grants totalling more than $100,000. The grants will allow her to build on her HIV-related projects.

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Dr. Chelsea Gabel recognized for innovation

Dr. Chelsea Gabel recognized for innovation

Dr. Chelsea Gabel's innovative teaching methods have been recognized by the McMaster Students Union.

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Economics lecture: What if High school were a year longer? Evidence from Newfoundland

Department of Economics Post Doctoral Fellow Phil Leonard will deliver the lecture What if High school were a year longer? Evidence from Newfoundland. All are welcome.

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Department of Economics presents two public lectures

PhD candidates Junying Zhao and Felix Li from the Centre of Health Economics and Policy Analysis will each deliver lectures on May 10.

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Religious Studies professors to compete in Tough Mudder

Religious Studies professors to compete in Tough Mudder

Department of Religious Studies Associate Professors Anders Runesson and Mark Rowe will compete in the popular extreme obstacle course race over the May 11-12 weekend.

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Critical Health Research Network created at McMaster

Critical Health Research Network created at McMaster

Network will be headed by two Department of Health, Aging and Society professors.

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Social sciences initiative fosters use of art to share knowledge

Social sciences initiative fosters use of art to share knowledge

Faculty members and staff in the Faculty of Social Sciences have joined with colleagues in the Faculty of Humanities to foster the practice of using art to create and share knowledge.

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Spring Convocation

McMaster University's Faculty of Social Sciences 2013 Spring Convocation will be held Friday, June 14. There are two ceremonies: 9:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m.

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Volunteers show McMaster to local Grade 7 students

Volunteers show McMaster to local Grade 7 students

McMaster psychology student Alex Brodka has donated her own time to introduce McMaster University to Grade 7's from a low income area of Hamilton.

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2013 Faculty of Social Sciences Valedictorians

2013 Faculty of Social Sciences Valedictorians

Simon Granat and Siobhan Stewart will represent the 2013 Faculty of Social Sciences graduating class at the Faculty's June 14 convocation.

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University hosts L.R. Wilson Hall open house

University hosts L.R. Wilson Hall open house

Community gets first view of site plans and renderings of McMaster University's L.R. Wilson Hall

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Graduand offers advice to incoming students

Graduand offers advice to incoming students

Kimoy Marston says the volunteer work she did as a student at McMaster led to her taking a giant step to achieving her professional goals.

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McMaster religious studies faculty members publish tribute to former student

McMaster religious studies faculty members publish tribute to former student

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.

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Economics professor to co-lead $5-million evaluation of Ontario's health care system

Economics professor to co-lead $5-million evaluation of Ontario's health care system

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.

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McMaster Social Sciences and Mohawk College partnership expands

McMaster Social Sciences and Mohawk College partnership expands

Students in McMaster's Faculty of Social Sciences can now earn an affiliated certificate in applied behaviour analysis.

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Indigenous Graduation Ceremony honours students

Indigenous Graduation Ceremony honours students

Eight students were recognized for completing McMaster University's Indigenous Studies Program at a June 10 event.

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School of Social Work associate professor wins President's Award

School of Social Work associate professor wins President's Award

School of Social Work Associate Professor Dr. Gary Dumbrill awarded the President's Award for Outstanding Contributions to Teaching and Learning.

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Sociology professor featured on TVO Parents

Sociology professor featured on TVO Parents

Sociology Professor Scott Davies talks about the Summer Brain Drain with TVO Parents.

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Graduate Success Story: Alicia Ali

Graduate Success Story: Alicia Ali

Project Coordinator with YWCA Hamilton Honours Bachelor of Arts (Political Science) 2012

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Graduate Success Story: Julie Creen

Graduate Success Story: Julie Creen

Director of School and Youth Coordination team at Me to We BA Sociology 2007

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Graduate Success Story: Jennifer Bai-lampietro

Graduate Success Story: Jennifer Bai-lampietro

Social worker for the Autism Spectrum Disorder Service for McMaster's Children's Hospital BA Gerontology and BA Social Work 06 Master’s of Social Work 08

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Graduate Success Story: Michael Pett

Graduate Success Story: Michael Pett

Michael Pett Program Coordinator, Engagement & Wellness – McMaster University Bachelor of Arts, Economics 2010

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Graduate Success Story: Nadia Pett

Graduate Success Story: Nadia Pett

Nadia Pett BA Sociology 2011 Social Media/Marketing Manager at LIUNA Station

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Graduate Success Story: Tyler Wright

Graduate Success Story: Tyler Wright

Business Development Coordinator at Innovation Factory Honours BA, Double Major: Economics & Communication Studies 2012

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Graduate Success Story: Annie Tam

Graduate Success Story: Annie Tam

Hons. Gerontology, minor Psychology 2010 Manager of Programs and New Initiatives at the International Federation on Ageing

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Honouring the life of Zac Walker

Honouring the life of Zac Walker

Zac Walker, a master's student in McMaster University's Department of Sociology has passed away at the age of 24.

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Social Work assistant professor has research featured in Toronto Star

Social Work assistant professor has research featured in Toronto Star

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.

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Social Work professor to develop educational video

Social Work professor to develop educational video

McMaster School of Social Work Professor Jim Gladstone is developing an educational video for child protection workers and grandparents who are caregivers.

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Political science professor to lead international policy workshop

Political science professor to lead international policy workshop

Department of Political Science Professor Stephen McBride will host an international workshop for two days in September.

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Work begins on establishing empirical research centre within the Faculty of Social Sciences

A multi-disciplinary team from the Faculty of Social Sciences seeks to modernize the way empirical social science is done at the University.

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Undergraduate students complete research in Italy and Greece

Anthropology undergraduate students Murray Clayton and Sean Doyle have each received a $6,000 undergraduate research award to complete projects in Italy and Greece.

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McMaster University Welcome Day

This orientation program focuses on Student Life and features a table specific to the Faculty of Social Sciences. Welcome Day 2013 is scheduled for Friday, August 9, 2013. Registration is open now.

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Professional Rakugo storyteller performance

Katsura Sunshine, the only practicing professional Western Rakugo storyteller will perform at McMaster University on Tuesday, Sept. 10 from 7-9 p.m. The Event is free.

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Research facilitator joins Faculty

Research facilitator joins Faculty

Dr. Ailsa Fullwood (Kay) to unite researchers and improve knowledge mobilization.

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Anthropology professor continues to contribute to body of scholarship in Indigenous Knowledge

Anthropology professor continues to contribute to body of scholarship in Indigenous Knowledge

Dr. Dawn Martin-Hill's work includes translating 50-years of ethnographic records and evaluating and implementing a culturally-based youth intervention program.

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McMaster First Nations Students Association 5th annual welcoming Powwow

The McMaster First Nations Students Association is hosting its 5th annual welcoming Powwow on Thursday September 26th from 11:30-3:30

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Department of Economics presents Daniel Hernaiz

The Department of Economics presents Daniel Hernaiz of the Inter-American Development Bank. Dr. Hernaiz will deliver the presentation A Monetary Model with Price Promotions from 3- 4:20 p.m. in KTH 334 on Sept. 6. All are welcome

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Free Rakugo performance

The only foreign professional Rakugo performer, Katsura Sunshine, will deliver a free performance Sept. 10 from 7-9 p.m. in Council Chambers (GH 111).

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Department of Economics presents speaker Peter Morrow

The Department of Economics presents speaker Peter Morrow of the University of Toronto from 12:30-1:20 p.m. in KTH 334. Dr. Morrow will present the lecture Tariffs and the Organization of Trade in China.

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Public Lecture: Dr. Jennifer Ryan

The Department of Psychology, Neuroscience and Behaviour presents Dr. Jennifer Ryan of the Rotman Research Institute/University of Toronto. Dr. Ryan's lecture begins at 2:30 p.m. in PC 155

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Public Lecture: Dr. Amanda Grenier

The Gilbrea Centre presents Dr. Amanda Grenier of McMaster's Department of Health, Aging and Society on Sept. 12 from 12-1:30 p.m. Dr. Grenier will present the lecture Age, Aging and 'Growing Old': Socio-Cultural Perspectives in MDCL 3022.

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Talk Shop - Speaker series held in conjunction with Supercrawl

Held in conjunction with Hamilton's Supercrawl festival and the local CBC, the event will provide those involved with Supercrawl an opportunity to share their views with the public.

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Public Lecture - Department of Religious Studies presents Dr. Molly Zahn

The Department of Religious Studies presents Molly Zahn of the University of Kansas. Dr. Zahn will present the lecture Genres of Scriptural Rewriting in Second Temple Judaism beginning at 1:30 p.m. in UH 122.

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Public Lecture: Department of Political Science presents Maxwell Cameron

Public Lecture: Professor Maxwell Cameron (Director of the Centre for the Study of Democratic Institutions, Department of Political Science, University of British Columbia) will present excerpts of his new book, "Strong Constitutions" published by Oxford University Press.

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Celebration of First Nations author Basil Johnston

McMaster University Library and Indigenous Studies Program present a Celebration of First Nations author Basil Johnston. Please RSVP by Friday, September 20, 2013.

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Elder in Residence Program Renee Thomas-Hill- "Traditional Teachings"

The Indigenous Studies Program presents the Elder in Residence Program Renee Thomas-Hill- "Traditional Teachings" Wednesday, November 20th and 27th, 2013 1:00pm to 4:00pm ISP Office (Hamilton Hall 103)

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Deena Abul Fottouh named Vanier Scholar

Deena Abul Fottouh named Vanier Scholar

Sociology PhD candidate Deena Abul Fottouh one of four Faculty of Social Sciences graduate students to win the prestigious award.

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Anthropology PhD candidate continues work in Ghana

Anthropology PhD candidate continues work in Ghana

Anthropology PhD candidate Lauren Wallace continues research in Ghana with help of Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship.

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Youth homelessness research aided by Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship

Youth homelessness research aided by Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship

Tina Wilson, a graduate student in McMaster's School of Social Work, has been awarded a $150,000 Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship.

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