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Business students honoured for outstanding contributions to Goodman student life

Business students honoured for outstanding contributions to Goodman student life

In front of an audience that also included alumni, faculty and community leaders such as Betty-Lou Souter, CEO of Community Care St. Catharines and Thorold, 21 members of Goodman’s nine student clubs were honoured for going above and beyond.

Minor power interruption planned for Cairns Complex tomorrow (Thursday, April 17)

Minor power interruption planned for Cairns Complex tomorrow (Thursday, April 17)

Due to this scheduled power interruption, sensitive equipment such as computers or any other services that are not connected to an uninterruptable power supply should be shutdown prior to leaving for the day today - Wednesday, April 16.

Brock students assess age-friendliness of downtown St. Catharines

Brock students assess age-friendliness of downtown St. Catharines

Healthy communities encompass all age groups. Working together on an intergenerational research study, 45 Brock students were recently matched with 20 Niagara seniors to better understand what makes a community “age-friendly.” The study, “Through Their Eyes,” examined the age-friendliness of the neighbourhood surrounding Niagara Region’s Seniors Residence at 14 Centre Street in downtown St. Catharines.

Senate committee on Academic Program Review holding Town Hall April 17

Senate committee on Academic Program Review holding Town Hall April 17

The Senate Ad-hoc Committee on Academic Program Review and Prioritization will be holding its second-phase Town Hall meeting in the Sean O’Sullivan Theatre on Thursday April 17, following up on a meeting held earlier in the week.

Barbara McDonald named interim replacement for University Librarian

Barbara McDonald named interim replacement for University Librarian

Barbara McDonald has been named to become Brock’s interim University Librarian when University Librarian Margaret Grove retires early this summer.

Congress at Brock to bring 8,000 scholars to Niagara in May

Congress at Brock to bring 8,000 scholars to Niagara in May

In just under two months’ time, Brock University will welcome Canada’s largest academic gathering to its campus and to Niagara. Organized by the Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences, Congress 2014 will bring 8,000 academics, researchers, policy-makers and practitioners together to share findings, refine ideas and build partnerships that will help shape the Canada of tomorrow.

Three graduate students win 2014 President’s Surgite Awards

Three graduate students win 2014 President’s Surgite Awards

Three members of Brock’s Graduate Students’ Association executive team have been awarded 2014 President’s Surgite Awards.

Sport Management grads give current students industry insight

Sport Management grads give current students industry insight

Over 30 graduates from the Sport Management program returned to Brock University recently to share career advice with current students. The second Annual Sport Management Alumni Day featured alumni sessions on topics such as globalization, working in the sport industry, social responsibility and sport economics.?

Brock 50th anniversary celebrations in full swing

Brock 50th anniversary celebrations in full swing

Brock’s 50th anniversary celebrations have already attracted hundreds of alumni from across Canada, and the party is just getting started. More events are planned for the coming months, with the biggest in September during Homecoming.

Brock professors honoured by Faculty of Graduate Studies

Brock professors honoured by Faculty of Graduate Studies

Brock professors Sandra Peters and associate Prof. Joe Engemann were recently honoured by the Faculty of Graduate Studies for their roles as supervisors of graduate students.

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