Brock in the News — January 7-13

Premier Wynne visits Brock

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne visited Brock on Jan. 13 to tour the Cool Climate Oenology and Viticulture Institute at Inniskillin Hall: St. Catharines Standard

Goodman wins ‘School of the Year’ at JDCC

The Goodman School of Business if off to a winning start for 2017, taking home the top-prize ‘School of the Year’ trophy at the annual JDC Central competition. Niagara this Week met up with the group of 40 students, who also placed 1st, 2nd and 3rd in the mini competitions.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau shuffles cabinet

Professor Zachary Spicer weighs in on how Justin Trudeau is preparing his cabinet for a Trump America on CHCH News

Experts discuss a Trump America

The Faculty of Social Sciences will be hosting a panel to discuss the impending Trump presidency, featuring three professors from the Political Science department: St. Catharines Standard and 1057 EZ Rock

Art Block sweeps back into Brock

Students at the Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts display their artwork for the first time in a professional space, placing a number of art pieces up for sale. St. Catharines Standard profiled the students and their excitement for the opening reception.

Asexual community calls for understanding, support

This week, CBC picked up on Psychology professor Anthony Bogaert’s 2004 research regarding asexuality as part of their profile of a citizen from Winnipeg struggling with people understanding what this sexual orientation means.

Badgers host Clean Sport awareness game for 1,000 students

The Brock Badgers women’s hockey team in collaboration with the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport hosted a clean sport awareness game for 1,000 youth, educating students on the dangers of performance-enhancing drugs: Niagara this Week and TSN 1150

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