News & Events
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
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.
Natalie Faught travelled to both Italy and Greece during her time as an undergraduate student in McMaster's Department of Anthropology.
Dr. Jessica Gish to study whether advancements in in-car technology improve healthy aging and the driving comfort of older drivers.
Religious Studies Associate Professor Celia Rothenberg has completed historical and ethnographic research focusing on Camp Ben Frankel.
Gabe Ghiglione earns Top 25 place finish in national cross country meet - but prefers to talk about his volunteer work.
Health, Aging and Society student Audrey Tan coordinates event following class discussion
The Department of Health, Aging and Society Student Society presents Corporal Engelbrecht and Lance Corporal Griffith from 10:30 a.m. to 12 noon in MUSC 311/313. The two men will speak about their histories from across the life course
The School of Social Work is co-sponsoring/supporting the event City Hall and the Struggle Against Racism: Possibilities and Opportunities. The event runs from 3:30-6 p.m. in Gilmour Hall Room 111 and features a panel discussion, a performance by the Hamilton Youth Poetry Slam, a presentation by the Hamilton Committee Against Racism and a keynote address by Shana Almeida (PhD candidate, York University).
The Department of Psychology, Neuroscience and Behaviour presents a lecture from Randy Jamison from 3-4:30 p.m. in PC Room 335.
The lecture Gender Gap Under Pressure: Performance and Reaction to Shocks will be delivered by Jessica Pan (National University of Singapore) from 3-4:20 p.m. in KTH 334.
The Department of Psychology, Neuroscience and Behaviour presents a lecture by John Vokey beginning at 2:30 p.m. in PC Room 155.
Franck Portier (Toulouse School of Economics) delivers a lecture presented by the Department of Economics from 12:30-1:50 p.m. in KTH Room 334.
The Department of Political Science presents Eric Montpetit (University of Montreal) at 2:30 p.m. in KTH 732. The lecture will look at the poor press political disagreements receive by studying the attitudes of interest groups, civil servants and other experts in biotechnology policy debates in North America.
Carl Sanders (Washington University in St. Louis) delivers a lecture presented by the Department of Economics from 12:30-1:20 p.m. in KTH Room 334.
The School of Geography and Earth Sciences presents Dr. Nancy Worth from 12:30-1:30 p.m. in MDCL 3022. Worth will present the lecture Who We Are at Work: Millennial Women, Identity and the Workplace.