Brock in the News — March 11-17

More women than men now graduating with winemaking degrees

Female scientists are gaining a strong headway in the STEM field, as more women than men graduate with winemaking degrees from Brock University: CBC

Bring soft skills to job interviews

Getting a job requires experience, but highlighting your soft skills may just give you the leg up over your competition, according to the Brock University Niagara Community Observatory policy paper. Niagara this Week sat down with Kate Cassidy, the author of this new research to discuss how this can help job applicants.

Could Trumpism take root in Canada?

Political Science professor Stephan Dolgert weighs in on the possibility of Trump ideologies making their way to Canada in Pacific Standard Magazine, explaining that Canadian conservatives are closely watching and emulating their southern neighbours.

Marty Calder being inducted into Canadian wrestling hall of fame

St. Catharines Standard highlights Canadian Olympian and Brock wrestling coach Marty Calder as he gets inducted into the Wrestling Canada Lutte Hall of Fame’s Class of 2017.

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