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Dr. Ingrid Waldron named the top contributor to the Education and Thought Leadership category and received the 2023 Education and Thought Leadership Award in the Clean50 awards

The Clean50 Individual awards are selected from 16 diverse categories that transcend industries, academia, different levels of government, thought leaders and advocates, and are based on accomplishments delivered over the prior two years.
Oct 14, 2022

New awards, new research for HOPE Chair in Peace and Health Ingrid Waldron

Waldron, whose research and advocacy work focuses on environmental racism and the structural determinants of health, has been named one of the inaugural Global 50 Women in Sustainability by SustainabilityX Magazine, a non-profit digital magazine based in Canada.
Oct 12, 2022

Initiatives supporting equity-deserving groups at McMaster awarded more than $2 million

The deadline to submit proposals for the next round of Strategic Excellence and Equity in Recruitment and Retention (STEER/R) funding is Nov. 15.
Oct 12, 2022

International Black Health Conference will address health disparities in Black communities

McMaster's HOPE Chair in Peace and Health Ingrid Waldron is co-organizing the International Black Health Conference. The first of its kind in Canada, the conference will bring together researchers, policymakers, community organizers, government officials and members of diverse Black communities to focus on improving Black health outcomes.
Sep 22, 2022

Call for Chapter Proposals: Decolonizing Media and Communication Studies Education in Africa

We are seeking abstracts (250 words maximum) together with a short biography and subsequently 6,000-word chapters for an edited book that explores the topic of decolonizing media and communication education in Africa.
Apr 21, 2022

Failure to include Black communities in health policy public engagement perpetuates health disparities

Not engaging Black communities meaningfully in health and other policy-making processes has been a critical failure, reflecting a history of systemic racism, marginalization and political indifference.
Apr 04, 2022

Black scientists, community leaders want Black youth 'to see possibility' in STEM

More data, recognition of disparity, early and ongoing support needed, experts say
Feb 20, 2022

Pioneering cancer researcher encourages Black students to study sciences

'We really need more Black scientists,' says cancer researcher Juliet Daniel.
Feb 18, 2022

Environmental racism: New study investigates whether Nova Scotia dump boosted cancer rates in nearby Black community

In the 1940s, the town of Shelburne, N.S., became home to a new garbage dump. Residential, industrial and medical waste from throughout eastern Shelburne County was burned at the dump over the decades, leaving nearby residents concerned about health issues.
Jul 08, 2021

Health sociologist Ingrid Waldron named McMaster’s new HOPE Chair in Peace and Health

On July 1, 2021, Ingrid Waldron joins the Faculty of Humanities and the Global Peace and Social Justice program as the new HOPE Chair in Peace and Health. She will also teach in the Faculty’s Gender and Social Justice program.
Jun 04, 2021

President’s Award recognizes dream team tackling breast cancer in racialized women

Together, McMaster researcher Juliet Daniel and community advocate Leila Springer are making a difference in the lives of thousands of racialized women.
Oct 23, 2020

Jamal Deen receives China’s highest academic honour in science and technology

Deen is only the second Canadian to be elected to the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) Academician group.
Jun 08, 2020

“A collective effort of dedication and support”

When COVID-19 hit, Alpha Abebe immediately thought of the economic impact on all the people she has worked so closely with in Toronto’s East African community – and how best to support them.
May 14, 2020

Five faculty members earn University’s highest honour

Five of McMaster’s most extraordinary faculty members have been given the University’s highest honour.
Apr 21, 2015

McMaster engineer elected RSC’s Academy of Science President

McMaster’s Jamal Deen has been elected President of the Royal Society of Canada’s Science Academy.
Oct 06, 2014

Professor rings up award for telecom work

Jamal Deen, professor of electrical and computer engineering and Senior Canada Research Chair in Information Technology at McMaster University, was recently presented with the 2011 IEEE Canada R.A. Fessenden Award at the 24th Canadian Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering held in Niagara Falls.
May 24, 2011

APS Fellowship an engineering first at McMaster

Jamal Deen, professor of electrical and computer engineering at McMaster, has been elected a Fellow of the American Physical Society (APS). He is the first engineering professor at McMaster to receive this recognition.
Dec 23, 2008