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Marketing lecture will revisit memorable era in Canadian advertising

Marketing lecture will revisit memorable era in Canadian advertising

Throughout his career, Canadian marketing veteran Don Curtis has shaped sales pitches worth more than $200 million in revenues for clients ranging from McDonalds, Heinz, Bank of Montreal and Labatt Brewing Company, just to name a few. On Tuesday, Oct. 28, Curtis will visit Brock University to speak about a key chapter of his career in the Canadian marketing industry.

Brock profs to host one-day symposium on Scottish referendum

Brock profs to host one-day symposium on Scottish referendum

Professors from Brock University’s departments of history, political science and popular culture are co-organizing a full-day symposium that will examine the upcoming referendum on Scottish independence from many different angles. The symposium - A “good year for a referendum” - takes place Friday, Sept. 12 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Sankey Chamber. The event is free and open to the public.

Calgary mayor makes stop at Brock for Congress panel

Calgary mayor makes stop at Brock for Congress panel

Calgary’s Mayor Naheed Nenshi stopped by Congress at Brock today to weigh in on the hypothetical question of, “if mayors ruled the world?” His appearance was part of a panel that also featured Alan Broadbent, chairman and founder of Maytree foundation; Christopher Hume, Toronto Star urban affairs reporter; Andrew Sancton, professor of political science, Western University; as well as American political theorist and author Benjamin Barber.

Canada’s largest academic gathering kicks off at Brock

Canada’s largest academic gathering kicks off at Brock

Canada’s largest academic gathering officially kicked off on Friday night in Niagara at an evening reception at Brock’s Rodman Hall Art Centre in downtown St. Catharines. Organized by the Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences, Congress brings together more than 8,500 scholars, students and policy-makers to share ideas and shape the Canada of tomorrow.

Lecture offers a glimpse into an ancient Mediterranean world

Lecture offers a glimpse into an ancient Mediterranean world

A visiting professor from Turkey will be at Brock University Sunday, Feb. 2 at 3 p.m. to deliver a public lecture on the discoveries that have emerged from an archaeological dig at the ancient Mediterranean seaport of Kinet Hoyuk.

Brock’s Faculty of Mathematics and Science honours renowned Arctic freshwater scientist

Brock’s Faculty of Mathematics and Science honours renowned Arctic freshwater scientist

Brock University graduate John P. Smol (MSc ‘79), professor and Canada Research Chair in Environmental Change at Queen’s University, is the recipient of the 2013 Distinguished Mathematics and Science Alumni Award.

MIT brain and cognitive sciences prof to speak at Brock

MIT brain and cognitive sciences prof to speak at Brock

Ted Gibson from the Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is coming to Brock. Gibson’s research focuses on applying information and communication theory in order to understand how language is understood in real-time.

Brock’s Faculty of Education to host distinguished speaker

Brock’s Faculty of Education to host distinguished speaker

The Faculty of Education at Brock will welcome Sechaba MG Mahlomaholo, a professor of education from South Africa’s University of the Free State, to campus this Thursday to headline the latest instalment of their Distinguished Speaker Series.

Confucius Institute event will showcase Chinese art and culture

Confucius Institute event will showcase Chinese art and culture

Brock University’s Confucius Institute is hosting a free community cultural event this weekend that will feature a visiting art troupe from China’s Beijing Normal University. Performances will include Chinese dances and songs, ancient classic Chinese music and authentic Peking opera.

Latest cultural series public lectures happen Oct. 22-23

Latest cultural series public lectures happen Oct. 22-23

He was the secretary-general for the Canadian Commission for UNESCO. Now David Walden is the latest high profile speaker to take to the podium in this year’s Walker Cultural Leader Series.

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