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McMaster School of Social Work Faculty and Students to Convene at CASWE 2017 in Toronto

An outstanding number of faculty and students from McMaster’s School of Social Work will be presenting their research at the Canadian Association of Social Work Education (CASWE-ACFTS) 2017 Conference in Toronto, ON May 29 – June 1, 2017.

May 26, 2017

Promoting permaculture at the Ontario Climate Consortium

4th Year Honours Political Science student, Adam Chiaravalle, wins student poster competition.

May 25, 2017

Human teeth carry secrets that tell the story of humanity through its fragile relationship with the sun

Anthropologist Megan Brickley and group of McMaster researchers, including graduate students and staff members, working with colleagues in Quebec and France have recently published findings on Ancient Vitamin D deficiency that is valuable for understanding a health condition that today affects more than 1 billion people worldwide.

May 25, 2017

In Memoriam Karl Kinanen (1927-2017)

On Friday, the 19th of May – after living a life marked by great ambition, intellectual curiosity and abiding altruism – Karl Kinanen, a beloved member of the McMaster community, has passed away.

May 25, 2017

Social Sciences Media Spotlight | May 8 to 24, 2017

The McMaster Faculty of Social Sciences is known for making a positive impact on the local, national and international stages. Here are some highlights of the many McMaster Soc Sci stories making news.

May 24, 2017

Anthropology Colloquium Series | Stay Tuned for the 2017-2018 lineup

The colloquium series is normally offered every other Tuesday from 3:30-5:00. A new list of speakers will be posted in the fall!

May 23, 2017

Gateway Cities News: Universities have a serious data gap on race

"Universities have a serious data gap on race. How can we tell if there’s a problem if we don’t measure it?" Article published in University Affairs magazine by Carl James, Karen Robson & Kelly Gallagher-Mackay

May 19, 2017

Universities have a serious data gap on race

An op-ed co-authored by Sociologist Karen Robson explores the need to collect and understand statistical data required to monitor discrimination, identify and remove systemic barriers, and track progress towards substantive equality.

May 19, 2017

Kensuke Teshima (ITAM Mexico) | Job Loss and Violent Crime in Mexico

Wed, May 24, 12:30pm - 1:30pm KTH-334 Host: Shintaro Yamaguhi

May 17, 2017

Economics student spotlights healthcare challenges of working poor in national essay competition

Economics undergraduate student Elaine Guo wins national essay completion.

May 17, 2017

6 McMaster tools and services you may not know about

Whether you’re taking a class this summer, or planning for the fall, here are some of the best and often overlooked tools and services available to McMaster students.

May 16, 2017

Lack of accountability

McMaster political science professor Peter Graefe says Meredith's eligibility to receive a pension indicates a lack of accountability. Interview by CTV News.

May 15, 2017

An AWSOME opportunity for macroeconomists

The Department of Economics to hold Annual Workshop of Southern Ontario Macro Economists (AWSOME), May 17, 2017

May 15, 2017

Summer Course List

Summer courses begin on Monday, June 19, 2017. Register today!

May 15, 2017

Economics Summer course list

Economics is all about choice and we have loads of options for Summer classes. Summer courses begin on June 19, 2017. Register today!

May 12, 2017

New short documentary shines a light on adults with intellectual disabilities

A new short documentary film – part of a research project led by the McMaster School of Social Work's Ann Fudge Schormans – is providing a unique glimpse into the lives of adults with intellectual disabilities living in Toronto.

May 11, 2017

Ryan and Leanne Clarke Prizes in Advocacy and Active Citizenship

Social Psychology student Richard Vacca-Pierkarczyk (pictured on the far left) has won third place in the Clarke Prize competition held on April 27, 2017. The Clarke Prizes in Advocacy and Active Citizenship were established in 2014 by Ryan Clarke and his wife Leanne to reward distinguished advocacy demonstrated by students who are advocating or wish to advocate for some type of meaningful social and/or political change.

May 11, 2017

Celebrating 33 years of service. Dr. Stephen Westerholm retires.

The Department of Religious Studies recently celebrated Dr. Stephen Westerholm's lengthy career and 33 years of service to McMaster University.

May 11, 2017

Canada may be undercounting auto employment

Brendan Sweeney, Project Manager, Automotive Policy Research Centre, School of Labour Studies, has released a report analyzing thousands of public government filings for hundreds of business over the last two years that gives a more accurate picture of the Canadian auto industry.

May 10, 2017

Kirsten Cornelson (University of Toronto) | Residential Segregation and Social Segregation by Race

Tues, May 16, 12:00pm - 1:00pm KTH-334 Host: Mike Veall

May 10, 2017

Remaking Europe: New article explores supra-national policy making the in EU

Article by Dr. Stephen McBride (Canada Research Chair in Globalization and Public Policy) and Sorin Mitrea (Political Science PhD Candidate) unpacks the layers and complexities of policy-making in the EU.

May 10, 2017