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Community Engagement

Learning in, with and from our community

At McMaster, we know that engaged learning also happens outside the classroom, lab and studio. In order for students to solve real-world challenges, they need to learn from and with the communities who are already facing those problems. We’re creating opportunities for students to take their knowledge into Hamilton and beyond, and building partnerships with people and organizations that are focused on building a brighter world.

MacChangers Learn More

MacChangers is a program that offers experiential learning opportunities for students who want to propose collaborative solutions to the most complex and pressing problems confronting society in the 21st century.

Interdisciplinary Minor in Community Engagement Learn More

This minor allows students to deepen and expand their understanding of communities and develop skills for principled and effective engagement.

CityLAB Learn More

Offered each fall semester, CityLAB Semester in Residence is a 15-unit course designed for students who want to learn from the community, apply their studies to make change, and expand their personal and professional networks.


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Vice-Provost (Faculty) - Kim Dej , Acting Learn More

The Vice-Provost (Faculty) is responsible for developing and coordinating policies and practices with respect to undergraduate education.

Director (McMaster Museum of Art) - Carol Podedworny Learn More

Reporting to the V.P. Academic, McMaster University, and as a member of the management team, the Director and Curator, McMaster Museum of Art (MMA) is responsible for the overall operations of the Museum and for the creative management of this unit within the mandate and policies approved by McMaster University.

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