Brock in the News — February 25-March 3

Curling fans material for thesis

Last week, St. Catharines hosted one of the biggest curling events in Canada. Brock graduate student Chris Charlebois knows that sporting events bring people and communities together, but what exactly did this event do for the Niagara community? Charlebois discusses his thesis research with the St. Catharines Standard.

Whirlwind tour for Niagara 2021 Canada Summer Games bid

Earlier this week, Brock University hosted the Canada Summer Games selection committee for a tour around campus. Brock was on of several stops on their itinerary, as the committee toured the region for the Niagara 2021 bid: St. Catharines Standard

Brock basketball coach Kissi credits Raptors’ Casey for development

As the Brock Badgers men’s basketball team heads to Ottawa on Mar. 3 to compete in the Ontario University Athletics final four, head coach Charles Kissi reflects on the latest season with Sportsnet.

Study says NWT bison are being displaced by climate change

New research from university experts including Brock’s Geography and Tourism Studies professor Michael Pisaric discusses the impact that climate change is having on Northwest Territories wood bison in My Yellowknife Now.

Brock dominates competition in men’s and women’s wrestling at nationals

Brock’s men’s and women’s wrestling team continue to dominate as both teams took home provincial titles in the 2017 U SPORTS championships. Head coach Marty Calder was also named U SPORTS Coach of the year: St. Catharines Standard

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