Subject to Interpretation
Presented by Gemma New, Music Director, Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra
Patient Engagement in Chronic Pain Research
Presented by Norm Buckley, Prof Anaesthesia, McMaster University
Hamilton on the Cusp
Presented by Richard Harris, Prof Geography, McMaster University
The Ruin of the Twentieth Century Returns: Brexit and the Revival of European Exclusionary Nationalism
Presented by Stephen Heathorn, Prof History, McMaster University
Canada and the Two Freedoms
Presented by Hugh Segal, Master, Massey College, Univ Toronto
Living Islands: Coping with sea-level rise and climate change in the Pacific Islands
Presented by Simon Donner, Prof Geography, Univ British Columbia
A City is not Great…Until it is Great for Everyone.
Presented by Paul Johnson, City of Hamilton
On-line Health Management Systems
Presented by Norm Archer, Prof. of Business, McMaster University.
What’s all the Fuss about the Early Years?
Presented by Jean Clinton, Prof. of Psychiatry, McMaster University
India’s Rise: Implications for Canada
Presented by Kasi Rao, Asia Pacific Fdn. of Canada, Toronto
From Shorthand to Smartphones: How the World of Journalists and their Craft is Changing
Presented by Janice Neil, Prof. of Journalism, Ryerson University
Fracking: its Character and Consequences
Presented by Bob McNutt, Prof. Emeritus of Geology, McMaster University.
The Effects of Digital Disruption on Society
Presented by Dan Dunsky, Toronto
Jazz: Music of the People
Presented by Heather Bambrick, Toronto
Trade: Opportunity or Threat for Global Food Security
Presented by Jennifer Clapp, Prof. Waterloo University
Sectarianism in the Muslim World
Presented by Liyakat Takim, Prof. of Religious Studies, McMaster University
The Coming Plague
Presented by Ann Herring, Prof. of Anthropology, McMaster University
Medical Assistance in Dying: How Do I Respond Personally?
Presented by John Buttars, United Church, Guelph
The Elusive Pursuit of Integrated Care and Caring
Presented by Kevin Smith , President & CEO of St Joseph’s Health System.
An Innovation Agenda for the National Ballet of Canada
Presented by Barry Hughson, Executive Director of the National Ballet Canada.
Sticks and Carrots: Government and Labour in the Canadian Automotive Industry
Presented by Charlotte Yates, Provost at The University of Guelph.
The City We Need
Presented by Terry Cooke, President & CEO of The Hamilton Community Foundation.
Current and Future Applications of Robotics in Surgery
Presented by Mehran Anvari, Professor of Surgery at McMaster University.
Income Inequality: What Governments Can Do.
Presented by Bill Scarth, Professor of Economics at McMaster University.
The 2015 Federal Election: the Stakes for Ontario
Presented by Matthew Mendelsohn, Prof. Political Science, Univ. of Toronto
The Promise and Perils of Nanotechnology
Presented by John Preston, Prof. Engineering Physics, McMaster University
Victory and After
Presented by Antoni Cimolino, Artistic Director, Stratford Festival
Avoiding the Ostrich Syndrome to Climate Change
Presented by Savitri Jetoo, Postdoctoral scholar, McMaster University
The Internet After Snowden: Surveillance, Privacy and the Future of Global Communications
Presented by Ronald Deibert, Prof. Political Science, Director Citizen Lab, Univ of Toronto
Understanding Human Diversity in the 21st Century
Presented by Jack Pasternak, Prof. Emeritus of Biology, Univ. of Waterloo
The Future of Art Galleries
Presented by Louise Dompierre , President & CEO Art Gallery of Hamilton
Answering the University’s Critics
Presented by Patrick Deane, President of McMaster University
Human Stem Cells: Biology & Applications Toward the Clinic
Presented by Mickie Bhatia, Director Stem Cells & Cancer Research Inst., McMaster
Why Have Some Canadians Become Terrorists?
Presented by Lorne Dawson, Prof. of Sociology, Univ of Waterloo
Living in the City
Presented by Joe Berridge, partner Urban Strategies Inc., Toronto
Live Music in the 21st Century; Challenges & Opportunities
Presented by James Somerville, Music Director Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra
The Theatre: A Necessary Mirror for the 21st Century
Presented by Jackie Maxwell, Artistic Director of the Shaw Festival
Our Global Climate is Changing; Canadians’ Role in Addressing the Issue
Presented by Gordon McBean, Director of Western University’s Centre for Environment and Sustainability
Music that Moves Us: From Rhythm to Social Behaviour in Children
Presented by Laurel Trainor, Professor of Psychology at McMaster University
The Fear of Food
Presented by Harvey Levenstein, Prof Emeritus of History, McMaster University
China and the Challenge for Canadian Foreign Policy
Presented by David Mulroney, a former Canadian Ambassador to China
Navigating the Health Care System
Presented by Francesca Grosso, a Principal of Grosso McCarthy,Toronto
Understanding the European Economic Crisis
Presented by Martin Horn, Professor of History, McMaster University
High Hopes for Personalized Medicine
Presented by Jack Pasternak, Professor Emeritus of Biology, University of Waterloo
Religious Martyrdom in the Early Modern World: a 21st Century Perspective
Presented by Graham Roebuck, Professor Emeritus of English, McMaster University
What is the Universe Made of? New Evidence from the Very Large and Very Small
Presented by Cliff Burgess, Professor of Physics, McMaster University
The Social Media Revolution
Presented by Dan Dunsky, Executive Producer of TVO’s The Agenda
Sex Differences in the Brain: Their Consequences?
Presented by Sandra Witelson, Professor of Psychiatry & Behavioral Neurosciences, McMaster University
Where Have All the Mass Media Gone?
Presented by Mr. Robert Harris, the classical music reviewer for The Globe and Mail
How Doctors Think: Models of Clinical Reasoning
Presented by Dr. Geoff Norman, Professor of Clinical Epidemiology & Biostatistics at McMaster University
The Humanities in the 21st Century
Presented by Dr. Alvin Lee, President Emeritus and Professor Emeritus of English at McMaster University
An Earth Sciences Perspective on Global Climate Change
Presented by Dr. Andrew Miall, Professor of Geology at the University of Toronto
The Arab Spring: Illusive Seasonality or More Permanent Transformation?
Presented by Dr. Atif Kubursi, Professor Emeritus of Economics at McMaster University
Turkey in a Dangerous Neighborhood: the New Eastern Question
Presented by Dr. Virginia Aksan, Professor Emeritus of History at McMaster University
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