A bike tour of Hamilton organized by Michael Egan, Associate Professor of History, tells the story of Hamilton’s history as well as a look into its future.
Congratulations to Communication Studies student Andrew Richards who is one of three students to receive the first Wilson Leadership Scholar Award.
Paula Gardiner, Asper Chair in Communications, was quoted in an article on the CBC Hamilton website on the issue of using easy to access satellite imagery to enforce property bylaws.
Campus wide course evaluations wrap up April 11 at 4:00 pm.
An article by History and Women Studies student Shawna Collins has been published on the Impact Ethics blog about the dangers of a newly recognized eating disorder – orthorexia.
McMaster welcomes Dr. Josiah Ober to campus for his March 17th lecture “Democracy Before Liberalism.”
Need help deciding on your major? We would love to see you at the Humanities Majors Fair coming up Tuesday March 8 in the McMaster University Student Centre Marketplace!
The Whidden Committee regrets to announce that, owing to travel problems, the public lecture by Dr. Amber Miller on ‘Nature’s Ultimate Time Machine: Photographing the Infant Universe’ has had to be postponed from today to tomorrow, Friday 26th February, at 1.30 p.m. in Convocation Hall.
Director of the new Program on Ethics & Policy for Innovation is helping to make ethical global policy decisions.
Seeking the shrink the environmental footprint of their artwork, art show curators and School of the Arts professors Judy Major-Girardin and Briana Palmer have put together a groundbreaking show for McMaster titled “SHIFT: Environmentally Responsible Print Practice Exhibition.”