News & Events
PhD candidate Roger Pizarro Millan receives Ontario Human Capital Research and Innovation funding.
Vitamin D levels in skeletons from across the western Roman Empire to be analyzed.
100-years of research to be challenged in new study focusing on early roots of Christianity and Judaism
McMaster's Fall Convocation will be held Nov. 22, 2013.
Discover evidence-based practices in education.
If you have ever wondered how to get the most out of networking opportunities at conferences, galas, or department parties as a graduate student, then this is the event for you!
Celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Indigenous Studies Program.
The Department of Economics presents Dr. Ben Sand (York University) from 12:30-1:20 p.m. in KTH 334.
The Intersections series presents an informal talk on the theme of Food from 12-2 p.m. in MUSC 206-7. Open to graduate students and faculty members. Meet fellow researchers who share your interests!
The USRA Poster Session will run Tues, November 12 from 2-4 p.m. in MUSC, CIBC Hall (3rd Floor). This is a drop-in event.
Public Lecture: Archaeology Without Holes: Remote Sensing, Digital Models and Community Engagement in the Western Arctic
The Department of Anthropology presents Lisa Hodgetts (Western University) from 3:30-5 p.m. in CNH 607. Hodgetts will deliver the lecture Archaeology Without Holes: Remote Sensing, Digital Models and Community Engagement in the Western Arctic.
Public Lecture: Lessons from the Past: What Ancient Jewish Manuscripts Teach Us About Inter-Faith Relations
The Department of Religious Studies presents Dr. Stefan Reif (Emeritus Professor, St. John's College, University of Cambridge). Dr. Reif will present the lecture Lessons from the Past: What Ancient Jewish Manuscripts Teach Us About Inter-Faith Relations beginning at 7 p.m. in CIBC Hall. This is the annual Meyer-Schreiber Lecture.
This free lecture will be delivered downtown Hamilton at The Brain by Professor Jim Dunn.
Public Lecture: Reflections on the Coexistence of Buddhist and Hindu Traditions in the Historical Nepal
The Department of Religious Studies presents Dr. Alexander von Rospatt (University of California Berkeley) from 4-6 p.m. in UH 122. Dr. von Rospatt presents the lecture Reflections on the Coexistence of Buddhist and Hindu Traditions in the Historical Nepal. The Case of the Old Age Rituals among the Newars.
The Department of Economics presents Vincent Pohl (Queen's University) from 3-4:20 p.m. in KTH 334. Dr. Pohl will present the lecture The Effect of Health Shocks on Employment: Evidence from Accidents in Chile.
The Department of Psychology, Neuroscience and Behaviour presents Daniel Ansari in PC 155 beginning at 2:30 p.m. Dr. Ansari will present Number Symbols in the Brain: Development, Enculturation and Individual Differences.
The Department of Political Science presents Dr. Guillem Riambau (Yale-NUS College, Singapore) from 2:30-4 p.m. in KTH 732. Dr. Riambau will deliver the lecture Experimental Methods and Voting Behaviour.
The School of Geography and Earth Sciences presents Dr. Mark Hunter (U of T) from 3:30-4:30 p.m. in GSB 330. Dr. Hunter will present the lecture Love in the Time of AIDS: Inequality, Gender and Rights in South Africa.
Richard Van Camp, author of the Lesser Blessed, will present the film in co-operation with the Indigenous Studies Program on Nov. 5 from 7:30-10 p.m. in Hamilton Hall Room 302. All are welcome