Resources and information for Social Sciences Faculty members.
Paul R. MacPherson Institute for Leadership, Innovation and Excellence in Teaching provides help with any teaching issue, course feedback, course refinement or construction, workshops, seminars, and symposia, peer consulting, learning technology, and resources for teaching.Learn More
The Provost and Vice-President (Academic) provides vision and leadership for all of McMaster’s academic activities including faculty recruitment, retention and promotion; attracting and retaining excellent students; enrolment management; graduate and undergraduate program development and assessment; student life; academic budget and space allocation; and strategic planning.Learn More
Classroom Audio Visual Services has a mandate of providing the teaching tools for classroom learning experiences across the McMaster community as well as monitoring the equipment permanently installed in major classrooms, the service reserves, delivers and maintains portable A/V equipment for use across campus and throughout the Health Sciences Centre.Learn More
Meetings and Reports
Schedules, agendas, minutes and supporting documentation for Faculty Council Meetings and Faculty of Social Sciences Meetings.
The 2017 – 18 Approved Undergraduate Curriculum Report to Undergraduate CouncilLearn More
As a follow up to the Warner Report from the spring of 2016, which considered options for enhancing the student experience across the three Arts and Sciences Faculties (Humanities, Social Sciences, and Science), the Joint Arts and Sciences Committee established the “Programming in the Arts and Sciences” (PASF) Committee to make specific recommendations that build on the findings of the Warner Report. The PASF Committee has just submitted its final report, which can be found here. In the coming months within the Faculty of Social Science we will be discussing how best to act on these recommendations.Learn More
The Research Office for Administration, Development and Support (ROADS) helps researchers access funding from external granting agencies. Formerly known as the Office of Research Services, ROADS supports McMaster's research community through the funding application process and helps bring awarded projects into operation.Learn More
From Cloud Computing to Urban Farming: Pivot Adds Keywords This site allows you to search funding opportunities by keyword and to find collaborators at and beyond McMaster. Save your search to receive weekly summaries of funding opportunities tailored to youLearn More
The following resources are posted on MacDrive for Faculty of Social Sciences researchers only: ROADS Guidance Documents and Quick Guides to steer you through various SSHRC grants including Connection, Insight Development (IDG), Insight (IG), Partnership Development (PDG) and Partnership Grants (PG); GAAP Form as well as samples of successful applications. ***** To receive a password to access these resources, please email email@example.com *****Learn More
The research support team in the Faculty of Social Sciences is working to Foster a research culture of collaboration and community engagement, Increase awareness, co-creation, and use of Social Sciences research both within and beyond McMaster, Increase faculty success at securing funding for research—from Tri-Council and other funding bodies.Learn More
Instructor Resources for Online Course Evaluations