Emma Apatu, director of McMaster's Master of Public Health program, leads a team that has been awarded a MacPherson Institute Leadership in Teaching and Learning Fellowship award for Transforming the Master of Public Health Program to Meet Workforce Needs.
Arthur Sweetman has been awarded the Faculty of Social Sciences’ Impact Award for 2020. The award is given to an individual or team whose research has had important:
• intellectual or academic impacts and/or
• community, cultural, social and/or economic impacts
Arthur Sweetman (shown right) and Terry Martens were honoured on Nov. 14, 2019 by McMaster’s graduate student association for their outstanding work.
The President’s Award for Excellence in Graduate Supervision was awarded to Sweetman, who is a Professor in the Department of Economics, holds the Ontario Research Chair in Health Human Resources and is a CHEPA member.
Martens received the Graduate Student Award for Contributions by Non-Academic Staff, which honours the extraordinary contributions that members of McMaster University’s support staff extend to its graduate students. She is the administrative assistant to several CHEPA faculty members and to the Health Policy PhD program.
John Lavis: Fellow (2019)
Jean-Éric Tarride: Department of Clinical Epidemiology & Biostatistics (CEB) Mentoring/Supervision award (2012)