Meet Humanities Valedictorian, Krista Deverson The Class of 2015 has done it! Congratulations to all new graduates from the Faculty of Humanities who celebrated this milestone achievement at Hamilton Place on June 9. Check out images and tweets from the big event on Storify, and read all about our valedictorian, Krista Deverson, Honours Communication Studies…
Canada’s first hitchhiking robot, hitchBOT, will be shining its wellies and packing a suitcase for a three-week vacation in the Twente region of the Netherlands in June.
Canadian Public Relations Society Honours Terence Flynn Congratulations to Dr. Terry Flynn of the Department of Communication Studies and Multimedia, who has been awarded the Philip A. Novikoff Memorial Award. Established in 1989 in memory of the long-time Canadian Public Relations Society (CPRS) member, the late Philip A. Novikoff, the award is given to an…
Just a year after ground was broken on the construction site, McMaster has officially opened the Dr. Robert & Andrée Rhéaume Fitzhenry Studios and Atrium.
Humanities at May@Mac We hope you had a great time on campus at the May@Mac Open House and particularly at the Humanities Showcase in our beautiful Convocation Hall. We wanted to share just a few of our memories from the day from our Humanities reps, our volunteers, future students (#FutureMarauders!) and from around the whole…
Henry A. Giroux receives lifetime achievement Congratulations to Henry A. Giroux, a McMaster professor and world renown scholar and cultural critic. Dr. Giroux has been presented with a Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Educational Research Association. More on the Daily News: http://bit.ly/1E2OMPO
hitchBOT, a hitchhiking robot created by Communication Studies & Multimedia professor David Harris Smith and Dr. Frauke Zeller from Ryerson University, is headed to Germany!
Dr. Terry Flynn (Department of Communication Studies and Multimedia) is among Canada’s leading public relations / communications management scholars.
Red Wilson’s latest gift to McMaster is a catalyst for revitalizing the study and promotion of Canadian history, an area where Wilson has established himself as a champion.