Wednesday October 21st, 2015 -
McMaster's new Philomathia Trillium Scholar Kelsey Leonard was the first Native American woman to graduate from England's Oxford University. She'll arrive on campus in August.
Mirna Carranza, the Faculty of Social Sciences’ first Scholar-in-Community, is leading a year-long project that will bring together representatives from St. Joseph’s Immigrant Women’s Centre, the Children’s Aid Society and the University.
With the help of Social Sciences' Student Experience Grant, Sewell spent the month of June at the Blackfriary archaeological dig in Trim, Ireland, where she spent her days marking dig coordinates, excavating sites and cleaning remains.
Henry Jacek academic, and political junkie says the Prime Minister has to "give a credible explanation" about why Canada's economy is heading toward recession if he hopes to win the federal election.
Recent Mac grad Christina Vietinghoff will begin her placement as a non-partisan intern in the House of Commons this September.
A selection of photos from our most recent convocation...
Alumni of the Masters in Economic Policy Program were invited for an event in recognition of the 10th anniversary of the MAEP Program on May 22, 2015.
The YWCA of Hamilton recently handed out its Women of Distinction Awards, recognizing four women from McMaster’s Faculty of Social Sciences.
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
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.
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 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