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.”
Allison Rutland, a graduate of the Multimedia and Fine Arts programs (Class of 2002), was awarded the Annie Award for Outstanding Achievement for Character Animation in a Feature Productioni at the prestigious Annie Awards.
Kim Echlin is an award winning author and she’s spending the next four months as McMaster’s Mable Pugh Taylor Writer-in-Residence.
Two lectures that will be out of this world! Dr. Amber Miller, 2016 Whidden Lecturer, will give two lectures exploring the history of the cosmos.
Canadians appear more upbeat on Twitter, using positive words such as ‘great’, ‘amazing’ and ‘beautiful while the words used by our American cousins appear less positive.
Our new Art of Leadership courses are part of a new initiative to explore how mentoring others can help students build critical leadership skills.
Seats are still available in a new online Art History course offered through the Ontario Online initiative and available to students registered at universities across the province.
A group of students collected old toys with the goal of creating something new. The ‘toy hacking’ workshop was held on campus last week as part of an event organized by Studio Art professor Carmela Laganse.