As part of the Faculty’s Research Incentive Program, the Faculty of Humanities Dean’s Office awarded 3 units of course release. These awards were based on a combination of grant acquisition and strong productivity for the stage in their career. The award will provide additional funds to hire a session instructor for one 3 unit course during the 2014-15, allowing Dr. Schutz more time to focus on the lab’s research regarding amplitude envelope.
MAPLE Lab research featured on Rita Celli's popular Ontario Today program
NSERC Discovery grant funds "The role of amplitude envelope in auditory-visual integration"
The MAPLE Lab receives funding from the Canadian Foundation for Innovation (CFI).
Meet lab members playing in the McMaster University Percussion Ensemble