Local Hamilton non-profit and government organizations have expressed the need for research expertise to complete specific, time-limited projects. These projects are often smaller scale than a faculty member is willing to take on, or entail a short turn-around to completion. The McMaster Research Shop responds to these requests.
Paths to Collaboration
A Guide to Working with McMaster Researchers
If you are looking for assistance with research in your community or organization, or have been approached by McMaster researchers interested in conducting research with you, this guide is for you.
Graduate Courses in knowledge mobilization and community-engaged research
We offer two graduate seminars intended to develop students' ability to conduct, and think critically about, community-engaged research and knowledge mobilization.
Uses and Impacts of Social Science Research, directed by Dr. Ailsa Fullwood
Critical Approaches to Community-Based Research, directed by Dr. Saara Greene
For information on graduate courses in knowledge mobilization and community-engaged research contact Ailsa Fullwood.