The McMaster School for Advancing Humanity was founded to serve as a focal point for teaching, service, scholarship, and action to improve the human condition worldwide.
THE MISSION OF THE MCMASTER SCHOOL
- to educate students for responsible citizenship;
- to produce committed global citizens and leaders who understand the importance of individual liberties in improving the human condition worldwide; and
- to encourage graduates to take an active role in addressing these issues in whatever professions they may choose.
THE GOALS OF THE MCMASTER SCHOOL
- to critically examine the root causes of human suffering through community-based research that addresses systemic factors that impede human progress;
- to give students the knowledge and capacities to be active world citizens and to view themselves as members of the world community;
- to contribute actively through sponsored scholarship and service to the improvement of the human condition worldwide;
- to exchange, create, and disseminate knowledge about successful models of active citizenship and public service; and
- to create at Defiance College one of the nation's premier undergraduate educational programs with a focus on scholarship and service, with a special emphasis on developing an innovative approach to teaching.
Jeremy Taylor, Ph.D.
Dean, Institute for Career Readiness and Lifelong Learning
Interim Dean, McMaster School
Director, McMaster Service Leadership Program
Administrative Assistant, McMaster School & Institute for Career Readiness & Lifelong Learning
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McMaster School for Advancing Humanity
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