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Meet the Artsci Grads Who Are Shaping Environmental Policy

Will Amos, Jen Kalnins, and Julia Croome

Environmental law is a relatively new field of legal study, but it has made consequential changes to the way that Canada protects its environment. These three Arts & Science graduates have been part of consequential environmental changes and have made major impacts as environmental lawyers and policymakers: William Amos, Class of 1998 Member of Parliament, […]

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Artsci Student Reps Hamilton at “Daughters of the Vote” Conference

Canadian Parliament

Earlier this month, 338 young women from across Canada descended on Parliament Hill to take part in “Daughters of the Vote,” a one-of-a-kind political leadership conference for women aged 18-23. Among them was second-year Arts & Science student Tory Dockree. Dockree says the conference, which invited one politically curious female (or person who identified as […]

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Helping People With Parkinson’s Experience the Power of Song

Artsci student Zach Levine

Second-year Arts & Science student Zachary Levine runs a choir for people with Parkinson’s disease, helping them experience the therapeutic power of singing. As Zach says in the video below, “we come together, we sing… and we’re really looking at building a community for people with Parkinson’s.” April is Parkinson’s Awareness Month in Canada. To […]

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Interdisciplinary Experiences a Winter Term Highlight for Artsci Students

Caves in Kentucky

McMaster University’s Arts & Science Program and School of Interdisciplinary Science (SIS) enjoy teaming up to offer students a series of “Interdisciplinary Experiences” courses. These courses guide students through experiential and self-directed learning opportunities that range from local excursions to international explorations. In the past few months alone, students have embarked on two marquee modules […]

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