Students for International Development (SID) is seeking passionate and committed individuals who want an intensive field-based introduction to international development to lead our initiatives in agriculture, commerce, child welfare, healthcare and education in Kenya, Tanzania, Peru and India during the summer of 2016.
This seminar will continue to explore themes and discussions outlined in the “Intolerable Violence” talk by Brad Evans (see abstract).
This presentation takes a compelling look at the impact of war – the truth, the lies, and the reality on the ground – and the major events currently shaping our world.
This is a reminder of the upcoming application deadline to recruit participants for the McMaster Water Network Water Leadership Program.
The launch of the Peaces of McMaster Art Exhibit is taking place this evening from 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm in the new Fitzhenry Gallery located ground level on the north side of Togo Salmon Hall.
Join us as we watch a portrayal of Vera Brittain’s coming of age during the first world war
In the early morning hours of August 1 2015, waiting for its next ride on a Philly park bench, hitchBOT was destroyed by unknown assailants. Arms torn from its body, legs broken, gutted of its electronics, it was ultimately discarded in a park, minus its smiley-face-LED head.
NEW COURSE for 2015-2016 | Open to All Faculties – Foundations of Community Engagement CMTYENGA 2A03
Presented by Dr. Samantha Nutt, Founder and Executive Director of War Child Canada, Wednesday, November 25, 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm, Convocation Hall
On February 26–28, 2016, the president is hosting a Model United Nations Conference for undergraduate students at McMaster University.