McMaster University

McMaster University


FACULTY Director/Associate Director

Director, Bruce Newbold
Associate Director,
Altaf Arain
Associate Director,
Darren Scott


Congratulations to Sang-Tae Kim on receiving an ERA (Early Researcher Award) for his project "Developing geochemical proxies for climate changes and biosignatures using stable isotopes"

Congratulations to Pavlos Kanaroglou on receiving funding from the MTO’s Highway Infrastructure Innovation Funding Program for their “Value Planning for New Highway Infrastructure in Ontario: Evidence and Extensions for Policy” project.

Congratulations to Richard Harris on being elected to the President Elect position of the US Urban History Association.

Congratulations to Altaf Arain on receiving FWI funding for the project "Greater Hamilton Schools Weather Network."


Congratulations to Wen Lin for winning the Best Student Poster award at the Calgary AAPG meeting! Wen’s success marks two years in a row that SGES students have won this award, with Stephanie Kimmerle winning last year.

Congratulations to Kelly Martin, Nicolas Randazzo and Samantha Feist on receiving the Walter Gibbons travel award. Kelly also selected to receive the Graduate Students Association Bursary for the 2015-16 academic year.

Congratulations to Li He on being nominated for and receiving a 2015-16 TA/RA award from CUPE 3906. The award is presented annually to one winner in each faculty to recognize teaching and research excellence.

Congratulations to Chris Spencer on receiving the Moire Anne Wadleigh Student Prize in Stable Isotope Science at the Advances in Stable Isotope Techniques and Applications (ASITA) Conference. The award is for the student presenting the best paper or poster at the Advances in Stable Isotope Techniques and Applications (ASITA) Conference.

Congratulations to Stephanie Kimmerle on winning the award for outstanding poster presentations in the SEPM Student Session at the AAPG Annual Convention. Stephanie’s poster was titled: “Facies Analysis and Paleodischarge of Rivers Within a Compound Incised Valley, Cretaceous Ferron Sandstone, Utah” .





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