Congratulations to the McMaster Outdoor Classroom Enrichment Team for their winning proposal, “Immersive Environmental Education on Campus.” They intend to re-nurture and enrich a plot of Cootes Paradise forest as an outdoor classroom and picnic space for McMaster students and the wider Hamilton community to provide opportunities to learn about aspects of environmental concern, particularly public stewardship of natural areas and sustainable water management.
Award split between two groups and allocated after their participation in PIRG Talks, part of Making Connections: OPIRG’s Social Justice and Environment Week 2015.
Supporting Indigenous Women in Education brought awareness to the fundraising initiative: Moc Walk 2015 (in support of the Hamilton Native Women’s Centre), as well as the obstacles faced by Indigenous women in Canadian society.
The Student Mobilization Syndicate whose mandate is to mobilize and unite students in the shared struggle against Austerity and for a universal equitable education.
Award split between two applications.
The Bee Hotel Project: A dynamic visual education tool at the McMaster Aviary on West Campus. Congratulation to the students from the environmentally responsible Studio ART 2ER3.
Congratulations to Café Justicia Solidarity Project: Strengthening alliances with the CCDA, Guatemala.
Congratulations to Amina Suhrwardy of Hamilton Urban Beekeepers and Brandi Lee MacDonald of Three Bees Honey Co. for their McMaster Beekeeping Initiative.
Award split between two applications. Congratulations to the winners, Samantha Green, Nicole Rallis and Layla Mashkoor!
Barriers and Solutions to Active Commuting in a Sample of Patients Attending a Family Practice in Hamilton, ON
“We Don’t Need Coins We Need Change”
Congratuations to Hamilton Womyn’s Bike Fixin’ Collective for their proposal.