People in the Brock community should watch next week’s Globe and Mail print edition for a special publication about research at Brock.
On Tuesday, Jan. 15 the magazine re•search will be delivered to 90,000 Globe subscribers in key Ontario markets, including the Greater Toronto area and Ottawa.
The 16-page colour supplement examines the new Cairns Family Health and Bioscience Research Complex, as well as the evolution of trandiscinplinary research at Brock. It also looks at the work of numerous individual researchers, and highlights the University’s 13 Canada Research Chairs.
Kevin Cavanagh, director of communications, said the magazine is part of the marketing plan to support the recent opening of the Cairns Complex, and also give readers a strong taste of Brock’s world-class teaching, learning and research.
“We knew that most people who read this will have limited knowledge of Brock,” Cavanagh said. “So we set out to create a compelling narrative snapshot of Brock and its people in a voice aimed not at an academic audience but at the general public.”
“When people around Ontario finish reading this, we want them to realize that Brock is a special place that is making a difference. We want them to know that Brock is a great place to study, to work or to support.”
The magazine’s content was produced by Brock’s own communications staff, with design and content selection handled by editors at the Globe and Mail.