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Goodman series helps prepare students for the job hunt

Goodman series helps prepare students for the job hunt

Goodman School of Business students are getting insider job tips and more thanks to Goodman Career’s “How to get a Job in…” series.

Master’s student research helps children with autism spectrum disorder

Master’s student research helps children with autism spectrum disorder

Naomi Johnson, a master’s student in Applied Disability Studies, is examining the effectiveness of a therapy program to help children with high functioning autism spectrum disorder (ASD) reduce and alleviate obsessive-compulsive behaviours (OCB).

Goodman/SAS partnership brings analytic software to students, researchers

Goodman/SAS partnership brings analytic software to students, researchers

A new partnership is giving Goodman School of Business researchers and students access to business analytics software, training and services from SAS Canada, an industry leader in the field of business intelligence and advanced analytics software.

Research Cafe looks at bullying, from classroom to workplace

Research Cafe looks at bullying, from classroom to workplace

There was a time, not too long ago, when the taunts and punches from schoolyard bullies were just considered a part of growing up. At workplaces, people would endure office gossip or a volatile boss for the sake of staying employed.
But, as a society, we’ve come to our senses. We realize that the physical and [...]

Brock men’s rowing team wins OUA gold

Brock men’s rowing team wins OUA gold

Brock University captured its second provincial athletics championship in less than one week after the men’s rowing team won gold this past weekend in St. Catharines.

Canada’s avant-garde set to storm Brock University next week

Canada’s avant-garde set to storm Brock University next week

More than 85 national and international avant-gardists will descend upon Brock and St. Catharines next week for Avant Canada, a conference on the avant-garde in our country. The conference is the 28th instalment of the Two Days of Canada conference at Brock University - the oldest Canadian studies conference of its kind in the country.

Quick ways to brush up on Brock’s security tools

Quick ways to brush up on Brock’s security tools

Recent tragic events in Canada have been clear reminders of the need to have good emergency preparedness at workplaces, schools, public buildings and government institutions.
Here at Brock the wellbeing of students, faculty, staff and visitors is the top priority. But safety is everyone’s responsibility, and given recent events, this is a good time for everyone [...]

Brock exercise research centre sets sights on improving health and well-being of Niagara residents

Brock exercise research centre sets sights on improving health and well-being of Niagara residents

The Brock-Niagara Centre for Health and Well-Being was officially introduced to the Niagara community on Oct. 22. at the centre grand opening. With more than 150 guests in attendance, the ribbon was cut by individuals that represent the bonds that bridge the development of academic and community innovations.

Seventh annual General Brock’s October Soirée set for Oct. 25

Seventh annual General Brock’s October Soirée set for Oct. 25

Brock University staff, students and faculty should be prepared for some minor disruptions during Saturday’s seventh annual General Brock’s October Soirée.

GSA president wants to bring out the best in graduate students

GSA president wants to bring out the best in graduate students

Lee Belding wants to find the best ways to bring graduate students out of their research shells without emergency measures being involved.

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