March 26, 2018
New guidelines offer solutions to create “caregiver-friendly” workplaces
New guidelines developed by McMaster researcher Allison Williams, in partnership with the Canadian Standards Association, are aimed at helping employers support workers who are caring for aging, chronically ill, or disabled loved ones while continuing to work full or part-time....
March 23, 2018
Working for change
School of Social Work professor Ameil Joseph has a long history of social justice activism. His most recent role -- that of Scholar-in-Community -- will help those in Hamilton who have experienced racism....
March 21, 2018
A unique model for responding to racism in Hamilton
(Photo: New Anti-Racism Lead, Princewill Ogban) McMaster partners with the City of Hamilton and the Hamilton Centre for Civic Inclusion to open the Hamilton Anti-Racism Resource Centre...
February 9, 2018
Using participatory research to empower Indigenous communities
"It's important to look at the strengths of communities and the positive things that are going on," says McMaster researcher....
January 9, 2018
McMaster researchers present work in the field of aging at MIRA and Labarge Research Day
Highlights included vehicle design innovations focused on an aging population, a communication toolbox designed to deliver research evidence to older adults and a pilot study on the use of dance for cognition and exercise....
November 15, 2016
McMaster economist wins Polanyi Prize
César Sosa-Padilla was announced as the Polanyi Prize winner for Economic Sciences Tuesday at a ceremony at the University of Toronto's Massey College....
September 20, 2016
Finding a solution to the productivity puzzle
Economist Mike Veall is leading a team of experts down a research path not yet taken, in search of an answer to Canada’s poor productivity performance....
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