News & Events
School of Social Work Associate Professor Dr. Gary Dumbrill awarded the President's Award for Outstanding Contributions to Teaching and Learning.
Eight students were recognized for completing McMaster University's Indigenous Studies Program at a June 10 event.
Students in McMaster's Faculty of Social Sciences can now earn an affiliated certificate in applied behaviour analysis.
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.
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.
Community gets first view of site plans and renderings of McMaster University's L.R. Wilson Hall
Simon Granat and Siobhan Stewart will represent the 2013 Faculty of Social Sciences graduating class at the Faculty's June 14 convocation.
University-wide award recognizes the promotion of health and safety.
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.
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.
An open house for people considering attending McMaster.
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.
Network will be headed by two Department of Health, Aging and Society professors.
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.
PhD candidates Junying Zhao and Felix Li from the Centre of Health Economics and Policy Analysis will each deliver lectures on May 10.
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.
Dr. Chelsea Gabel's innovative teaching methods have been recognized by the McMaster Students Union.
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.