Brock in the News — April 29-May 5

Brock hosts cider industry boot camp

Brock’s Cool Climate Oenology and Viticulture Institute recently hosted Canada’s first and only internationally accredited apple and pear cider production program, earning widespread media attention this week from the St. Catharines Standard, Cogeco TV and Fruit and Vegetable Magazine.

A St. Catharines family’s legacy becomes the centre-piece of a new art exhibit

A collection of photographs from Brock’s Special Collections and Archives are being featured in a pair of high-profile exhibits at the Art Gallery of Ontario and the Royal Ontario Museum, including a collection donated by Rick Bell, who’s family name is well-known in Niagara: AGO Art Matters, Toronto Star, CHCH News

Paula Gardner: Brock’s mindful professor

For National Mental Health Awareness Week, the St. Catharines Standard profiled Health Sciences professor Paula Gardner on the benefits of integrating a meditation practice into the classroom and in your own daily routine.

We’ve read all President Trump’s tweets, so you don’t have to

U.S. President Trump is well-known for his active presence on Twitter, putting his personality on full display online. Tony Volk, a Child and Youth Studies professor at Brock, provides his in-depth analysis of Trump’s tweets on CTV News this week.

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