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Pieces of Brock’s history now available online

Pieces of Brock’s history now available online

Special Collections and Archives have been busy digitizing and making available online bits and pieces of Brock’s history to mark the institution’s 50th anniversary this year. Artifacts from the University’s past have recently been digitized and made publicly available online - University newspapers and newsletters, as well as undergraduate and graduate calendars.

Brock community asked for input on search for new Chancellor

Brock community asked for input on search for new Chancellor

Ned Goodman is due to complete his term as Chancellor of Brock University after Fall Convocation 2014. The Advisory Committee on the Appointment of the Chancellor has been established to conduct a search for his successor. Susan Sydor, Associate Dean and assistant professor in the Faculty of Education, is Chair of the committee.

What’s open and closed at Brock this weekend

What’s open and closed at Brock this weekend

Brock’s administration offices will be closed for the upcoming Civic Holiday on Aug. 4. However, all main buildings at the University’s St. Catharines campus will be open as per regular weekend operating hours, including Monday. Brock’s Hamilton campus is closed for the Civic Holiday. Campus Security is available at x3200, via emergency phones on campus or through the Brock Mobile app. The following is a rundown of campus services open and closed this weekend.

Brock well represented at Commonwealth Games

Brock well represented at Commonwealth Games

Brock University is well represented at the Commonwealth Games.

Joe Fletcher reflects on World Cup experience

Joe Fletcher reflects on World Cup experience

For more than four weeks, he was Canada’s connection to the FIFA World Cup. Now that he’s home, Joe Fletcher (BAcc ‘00) still marvels at the attention he received as an assistant referee on soccer’s biggest stage.

Online Human Geography course helps students understand society

Online Human Geography course helps students understand society

The popular on-campus GEOG 1F90 course has been offered for years, but Brock created an online version to reach a broader audience of not only Brock students looking to take a social science context credit, but also adults furthering their education and students from different universities who want a transferable credit.

Application of larvicide for mosquito control set to start

Application of larvicide for mosquito control set to start

From July 21 to Sept. 12, 2014 Brock University will run a larviciding program under the authority of the Region’s Medical Officer of Health to control larval mosquitoes and prevent the possible spread of West Nile virus.

Construction underway on Sir Isaac Brock Plaza

Construction underway on Sir Isaac Brock Plaza

Construction has begun on Sir Isaac Brock Plaza, the prime site in front of Schmon Tower that will this fall become the home to a new bronze sculpture of the University’s namesake.

Brock grad finds strength in numbers for national business competition

Brock grad finds strength in numbers for national business competition

A St. Catharines business with a strong connection to Brock University is a semifinalist in a national competition.

Toronto Maple Leafs name Brock alumnus assistant GM

Toronto Maple Leafs name Brock alumnus assistant GM

The Toronto Maple Leafs shook up their head office Tuesday, letting go of two longtime executives and hiring Brock University alumnus Kyle Dubas as assistant general manager.

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