Greetings from Castellón, Spain! We are glad to announce to you that, this academic year, due to international legal requirements, our university has opened an exceptional application period for non-EU students
In response to an increasing number of Islamophobic incidents in Canada, the Departments of History and Religious Studies, and the Wilson Institute for Canadian History at McMaster University have organized a panel on March 8, 2016
Social entrepreneur and author Marc Kielburger will speak at Convocation Hall Feb. 23 at 3:30 p.m. The co-founder of international charities Free The Children and Me to We will deliver the talk as part of the Perspectives on Peace campaign.
This new McMaster interdisciplinary global health field course is open to ALL McMaster undergraduates and will run in Spring term, 2016.
This day long event will provide participants with the opportunity to meet and learn from a range of individuals interested in global justice, to form connections, and to begin to develop plans for meaningful action and/or advocacy.
Commemorative event in recognition of the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women
CIBC and the Student Life Network are once again teaming up to offer you an incredible opportunity to win a $30,000 award to help pay for school and many other prizes.
The Department of Political Science invites the McMaster community and public to join us on November 27th, from 1:30 to 3:30pm in KTH B124.
On Friday, November 27th from 10-3 pm in MUSC (by Starbucks) the Anti-Violence Network will be hosting a fundraiser to raise money for planting trees and purchasing a plaque for the new L.R. Wilson building to commemorate over 1200 missing and murdered Indigenous women.
Students in Paris, Beirut and Baghdad will be getting a physical symbol of solidarity from their friends at McMaster University in the coming weeks.