Managing and coaching professional hockey teams isn’t just about X’s and O’s anymore.
Over the past year, the Toronto Maple Leafs have developed their use of data-capture technology, which is then used to make on-ice decisions. Through a partnership with SAS Canada, Maple Leafs Assistant General Manager Kyle Dubas and SAS Analytical Solutions Lead Tim Trussell, [...]
Leslie Nash has qualified for the first-ever Canadian finals of the Three Minute Thesis (3MT) contest.
The news coming out of the World Health Organization (WHO) this week is bleak: cancer around the globe is growing “at an alarming pace.”
The bulk of this - at least 60% - is occurring in low-income countries.
A roundup of publications by faculty in Applied Health Sciences.
The Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies hosted its annual community appreciation reception, bringing community partners to Brock to celebrate another year of collaborative success.
Sport management Prof. Cheri Bradish will receive the 2013 Faculty Award for Excellence in Teaching from the Faculty of Applied Health Sciences.
A Community Health Sciences professor is being recognized for his work as a co-investigator on a study about the effects of children’s activity on hip development.
The Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies went international this summer.
Brock University’s Provost and Vice-President, Academic, Murray Knuttila is pleased to announce that award-winning professor and widely respected academic Dr. Anna Lathrop has been appointed as the inaugural Vice-Provost, Teaching and Learning.
Bareket Falk, a professor in the Department of Kinesiology and an international leader in the field of exercise physiology, has won the prestigious Chancellor’s Chair for Research Excellence for 2012-15. . . .