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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 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.

Child and Youth Studies master’s student heads to provincial thesis presentation competition

Child and Youth Studies master’s student heads to provincial thesis presentation competition

Three minutes is not a lot of time.

“Selfless” professors recognized with Graduate Mentorship Awards

“Selfless” professors recognized with Graduate Mentorship Awards

The high point of Robert Dimand’s week is the Wednesday graduate lecture he gives. For Sid Segalowitz, one of the greatest perks of his job is working with graduate students.

Graduate student’s fall prevention research benefits local health organizations

Graduate student’s fall prevention research benefits local health organizations

The number of fall-related injuries reported in Ontario are astonishing. A report released in 2012 by the Ontario Injury Research Centre, based on data from 2007 to 2009, put the number of visits to Ontario hospitals due to falls at just more than 750,000. According to the data, those visits accounted for about 72,000 hospital admissions.

Volunteer work leads to master’s thesis for Brock student

Volunteer work leads to master’s thesis for Brock student

After finishing her undergraduate degree in psychology and child and youth studies at Brock University, Ashley Hobden spent a good part of a year volunteering in impoverished communities in Brazil.

Graduate student’s research aims to help people living with epilepsy

Graduate student’s research aims to help people living with epilepsy

A Brock MA student in Applied Health Sciences hopes to help people living with epilepsy “remove themselves from the shadows.” Suzanne McGuire is a young researcher who is trying to understand the essence of what it means for young women, ages 20 to 35, to live with and to disclose their epilepsy in society.

Three-Minute Thesis proposals sought

Three-Minute Thesis proposals sought

Graduate students are invited to take a new challenge during this year’s Mapping the New Knowledges Graduate Student Research Conference on Wednesday, April 10.

Youth University launches research prize for grad students

Youth University launches research prize for grad students

Youth University has taken another step in its research mandate by establishing two new research prizes for Brock graduate students presenting at the annual Mapping the New Knowledges Graduate Student Research Conference. . . .

Research Chair shares career experiences with grad students

Research Chair shares career experiences with grad students

Melanie Pilkington, Canada Research Chair in Chemistry, spoke about what makes a successful research and supervisory career at the 2012 Mapping the New Knowledges Graduate Student Research Conference. . . .

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