The Faculty of Humanities at McMaster University is seeking outstanding, internationally-based researchers (including Canadian expatriates) from the liberal arts disciplines and at all career stages for consideration as Canada 150 Research Chairs nominees.
Nimra Khan graduated Summa Cum Laude in the Honours Cognitive Science of Language program at the Humanities 2017 Convocation ceremony on Tuesday. She was interviewed by McMaster Daily News on her experiences as a McMaster Humanities student.
McMaster remains in the top one-percent of universities in worldwide rankings according to a global annual report.
The People and the Bay, a book written by McMaster historians Nancy Bouchier and Ken Cruikshank, has been awarded a Canadian Historical Association Clio prize.
An extracurricular Book Club is helping international students expand their English-language skills in engaging new ways.
Seven McMaster researchers including School of the Arts Assistant Professor of Music, Matthew Woolhouse, have earned Early Researcher Awards from the Government of Ontario. The awards combine up to nearly $1-million in research investment into disciplines across the University.
On May 13 we welcomed future students and their families to McMaster’s beautiful campus as part of the May@Mac open house event.
After half a century of violent conflict, Colombia is in the midst of implementing an historic peace agreement aimed at achieving truth, justice and reconciliation.
We can’t wait to welcome everyone to campus on Saturday May 13, 2017!
Associate Professor in Communication Studies and Multimedia, Liss Platt is exhibiting a ten year photographic series titled Constant.