Hack the City is an interdisciplinary case competition with the goal of fostering disruptive innovation and targeting it towards three different industries within the City of Hamilton (Health and Technology, Transportation, and Energy Sustainability).
Engler, dubbed “Canada’s version of Noam Chomsky” (Georgia Straight), reveals why most Canadians believe their country is a force for good in the world, despite a long history of supporting empire, racism and exploitation.
Students can book online by going to: www.lifetouch.ca/hamiltonregion
A public lecture by Dr. Catherine Nolin (University of Northern British Colombia).
Saturday, October 1, 2016: 1:00 – 5:00 pm, City Hall, 71 Main Street West Hamilton, ON, Canada (Wheelchair Accessible)
Want to learn more about Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Truth and Reconciliation, the Six Nations Community?
On Sept 27 from 6:30-8:30 in IAHS B102, the McMaster club Overcome the Gap is hosting a panel discussion on education and the purpose of the university.
Grow Your Social Justice Toolbox! OPIRG Activist Skills Workshops. Build Skills. Ignite Movements.
Some of us will be gathering this Friday September 16th, 12pm – 1pm in a demonstration of solidarity and support of the No Dakota Access Pipeline (NODAPL) outside of the MUSC, in Mills Plaza.
Collaborators of the Faculty of Humanities may have relevant projects which could make for valuable submissions for the 2016 Geneva Centre for Security Policy’s (GCSP) Prize for Innovation in Global Security.