Brock in the News – September 10-16

What to do if your child is being bullied at school

Bullying continues to be a major issue both inside and outside the classroom. Bullies, as Child and Youth Studies Professor Tony Volk explains in The Globe and Mail, tend to gain more dominance as the bullying continues.

Vocab project awarded $2.5 million grant

Brock-led international language project earns $2.5 million in research funding from the national Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, in partnership with McGill University, McMaster University, University of Alberta, University of Montreal and University of Windsor: Windsor Square and Windsor Star 

Newly crowned Grape King has roots in Niagara

Early this week, Brock alum Jamie King (BSc ’06) was crowned the 2016 Grape King by the Grape Growers of Ontario for his work at the Quai du Vin Estate Winery: St. Catharines Standard

Lumsden hoping to raise the profile of OUA hockey

The historic Tailgate Party and annual Steel Blade Classic has the Brock community energized going into a busy Homecoming weekend, but for Athletics Director Neil Lumsden, the connection to the broader sports community is what he is aiming to strengthen: TSN Radio and CKTB

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