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.
Applications are now being accepted for McMaster Model United Nations! Undergraduate students from all disciplines and years of study are encouraged to apply.
You are invited to a McMaster Renaissance Award presentation: Wartime Hymns – confronting civil unrest through music and comedy in Cote d’Ivoire.
The Popular Perspectives on Peace campaign continues next week with a lecture by water policy expert Dustin Garrick.
The McMaster Peace Institute is a 3 day experiential short-course. The course will expose any McMaster students or community members (ages 18 and over) to the broader determinants of health, peace, social justice, and sustainability.
In order to advance integrated environmental management approaches, there is a need for strong science-policy interfaces that make synergies, trade-offs and feedback loops explicit.
All are welcome to join the celebration of peace, the environment, free dinner, invited speakers, cultural programs, community service awards, peace walk, and food.