News & Events
Economics student Carter Williams will represent the Class of 2014.
Saundra Schneider, Professor, Department of Political Science at Michigan State University and Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in Governance and Public Policy will deliver the lecture "Intuitive Federalism" and American Public Opinion Toward Federalism
Celebrated science illustrator Kathryn Killackey will share her experiences as an archaeological illustrator and with the reconstruction process
Danny Vandervoort and Sophie Bukovec were awarded Rookie of the Year honours at the 90th-annual McMaster Athletic Awards.
Nicole Goodman from McMaster University's Department of Political Science aims to unite internet voting experts.
Professor Greg Flynn has been awarded a MSU Teaching Award
Lecture by Andrew Newman (Wayne State University) is being presented by the Department of Anthropology Colloquium and the Austerity Research Group.
Presented by Blair Wheaton (University of Toronto) in Hamilton Hall Room 305 from 1:30 - 3 p.m.
McMaster Social Sciences Society Leadership Award given to Nashwa Khan
Public Lecture: Why do Temp Agencies Send their Workers to get Hurt? Exploring Contradictions in Law and Policy
The Department of Labour Studies presents Ellen MacEachen (Senior Scientist, Institute for Work and Health, University of Toronto) beginning at 2:30 p.m. in DSB 505. The lecture is titled Why do Temp Agencies Send their Workers to get Hurt? Exploring Contradictions in Law and Policy.
The Institute for Globalization and the Human Condition presents Harry Lyman Hooker Fellow Dr. John Hobson from 6-9 p.m. in the University Club Great Hall. Dr. Hobson will present the lecture Orientalization in Globalization: An Historical Sociology of the Promiscuous (Trans-Civilization) Architecture of Globalization.
The Department of Political Science presents visiting Harry Lyman Hooker Fellow Dr. John Hobson from 2:30-4 p.m. in KTH 732 as part of its Research In Progress series. Dr. Hobson will present the lecture From Eurocentric International Relations/Political Economy to Non-Eurocentric Intercivilizational Relations/Political Economy.
The Department of Anthropology presents Dr. Joshua Dubler (University of Rochester) at 2 p.m. in Hamilton Hall Room 109. Dr. Dubler will present the lecture Bad Men, Poor Men, and the Ethnography of Religion and Prison
The Department of Economics presents Koen Decancq (University of Antwerp) from 12:30-1:20 p.m. in KTH 334. The lecture is entitled Multidimensional Poverty Measurement with Individual Preferences
The Critical Health Research Network and the Gilbrea Centre for Studies in Aging presents a public screening of the documentary Age of Champions at 4 p.m. at the Baltimore House (43 King William St., Hamilton).
Public Lecture: An Introduction to Canada's Adaptive Phased Management Plan for Used Nuclear Fuel and Geoscience Research Program
The School of Geography and Earth Sciences presents a lecture by Dr. Monique Hobbs (section manager, geoscience research nuclear waste management organization) from 3:30-4:30 p.m. in GSB 330. The lecture is entitled An Introduction to Canada's Adaptive Phased Management Plan for Used Nuclear Fuel and Geoscience Research Program
The Department of Economics presents Alfons Weichenrieder (Goethe-University Frankfurt) from 12:30-1:20 p.m. in KTH 334. The lecture is entitled Trust in Government and Fiscal Adjustments.
Janet Currie (Princeton) delivers lecture Diagnostic Skill, Surgical Skill, and Outcomes: The Case of C-Section
The Department of Economics presents Hooker Distinguished Visiting Professor Janet Currie (Princeton University) from 3-4:20 p.m. in University Club, West Room. This seminar is entitled Diagnostic Skill, Surgical Skill, and Outcomes: The Case of C-Section.
The Indigenous Studies Program presents Suzanne Mills (McMaster University) from 12:30-2 p.m. in KTH B124. The lecture is titled Aboriginal Employment in the Resource Development Sector.