The McMaster Seminar on Higher Education: Practice, Policy, and Public Life is a new lecture series presented by the Office of the President. The aim of the annual series is to encourage dialogue and inspire critical thought within the McMaster and the broader Hamilton communities. It is intended that the topics will be timely, interdisciplinary, and far-reaching, guided by the key questions and challenges facing higher education institutions and the communities they serve. In considering and challenging current paradigms, the series will be both thought-provoking and imaginative. It will emphasize the importance to the academy, and to society as a whole, of thinking critically and engaging in meaningful discussion of challenging issues. The series is intended to be of relevance for a wide audience and all members of the community are welcome and encouraged to attend.
This year, the series will feature speakers presented by The Public Intellectuals Project, the Centre for Leadership in Learning, and the Office of the President.
Parking reimbursement for this lecture is available for those who park in LOT H or in the underground parking lot under the stadium. Please see the campus map for parking lot locations.