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This project will conduct research by offering female-only and co-ed science workshops to inter-city Hamilton children. Building Intellectual Community through Engaging the Hamilton Community This project team facilitates the organization of volunteer groups who hope to make a positive impact on the greater Hamilton community, through their regular community work.
An end-of-year roundtable will encourage the volunteers to speak about their experiences, and allow students from across the university to discuss the larger issues facing Hamiltonians, and how McMaster students can contribute to solutions.
It is hoped that the pilot program will build a framework that can expanded to include other departments from across McMaster campus. In future, these projects may allow students to contribute their expertise to issues faced by the broader Hamilton community.
Healthy Active Living in Hamilton: Making research in health promotion and disease prevention accessible to members of the Muslim community Healthy active living is important to the well-being of a family, yet it can be difficult to achieve while maintaining a lifestyle rich in cultural traditions.
This project team aims to promote a healthy lifestyle in the Muslim community by offering practical and culturally sensitive health alternatives to Muslim families. Sidewalk Astronomy will happen every Wednesday starting in March and running through Spring, Summer and Fall, as long as weather permits.
Graduate students will answer questions and explain in plain language, what members of the McMaster and broader communities are seeing through the telescopes. At such an event, students will hone their communication skills, having only limited time to make an effective connection with alumni.
Effective and concise communication is a skill needed as students move into their professions. Stay Sharp Stay Sharp is a community outreach program to promote healthy, active lifestyles to Hamilton seniors using a monthly educational blog and public lecture series. The program aims not only to help improve the quality of life for Hamilton seniors, but provide graduate students with useful knowledge translation skills.
Steel-Cut Queerz This project team is initiating a punk-themed queer-zine as a way to promote queer arts, culture and events in Hamilton, as well as provide a medium to discuss issues facing the queer community.
Proposals that meet the criteria will be invited to participate in an informal interview. Interviewees will be notified within a week or two after the application deadline as to whether their project is funded.
Informal Interviews If your proposal meets the SPICES criteria, your team will be invited to discuss your idea more fully with a small advisory group who can give you feedback and further adjudicate the proposal. Deadline to submit proposals: April 19,20,26,27 tentative dates Projects Announced and Project cycle begins: May Project cycle ends: April 30, Outcome Report: Planning and groundwork can begin prior to May 1, however funds cannot be disbursed or back-dated prior to May 1, All receipts must be submitted by April 30, in order to be reimbursed.
Email Andrea Cole at spices mcmaster. To apply for a renewal, submit a new proposal by the regular deadline and indicate in your title: Please note that your Outcome Report from the first year will need to have been submitted in order for the reviewers to assess your renewal.
Something that does not already exist.
An original idea — fills a need. Includes team members who identify as part of the community it engages. Involves great people trying to make a difference. Inspired by clear vision and leadership. A passion project for those involved. Awardees are required submit a report by May 31, All funds are fully accountable.
A team member in the role of Treasurer must remain enrolled as a student or on staff if a postdoc for the entire duration of the project Students should have the support of their academic supervisor before undertaking a SPICES-funded project.
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