Yardwork: A Biography of an Urban Place is Dr. Coleman’s latest book, and has received the prestigious honour of being named one of Canada’s best works of literary non-fiction.
Jarislowsky Fellows are distinguished Canadians with records of success both in and outside of academia. Dr. Giroux was selected to share his expertise in Global Populism and Democratic Futures.
Claudia Emerson, director of McMaster’s Institute on Ethics & Policy for Innovation, is the lead author of a major new paper that introduces a set of guiding principles for moving forward with genetic modification.
John Connolly, professor of Cognitive Linguistics, worked with other McMaster researchers to study how football injuries affect the brain.
Dr. York’s research bridging Canadian literary and cultural studies with international scholarship on celebrity culture was recognized for its excellence by Canada’s most distinguished academic association.
Dr. Vinh Nguyen completed his PhD in English and Cultural Studies at McMaster, and was one of five young scholars in Ontario recognized in 2017 for carrying out exceptional research.
University of Maryland researcher Titus Divala will analyse the ethics of testing anti-malarial drugs on pregnant women with the help of McMaster philosophers who lead the Institute on Ethics & Policy in Innovation.
Professor David Harris Smith is one of the lead researchers in the Smart Robots for Health Communications project, which will explore human-robot interactions in a clinical health care setting.
Congratulations to Dr. Chakraborty who is our newest faculty member to be awarded the University Scholar title as a global research leader in the area of postcolonial literatures and cultures.
Professor Allen, who was named a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada in 2016, has an outstanding and sustained research record that demonstrates international impact.