Brock Media Clips for Monday, Sept. 11

Here’s a look at some of the media attention Brock University received recently.

If you want to give your workplace a boost … hire some gamers: The work of Brock researchers was highlighted in a Dynamic Business article about the benefits of introducing gamers into a work environment.  

Brock gets $3.8 million to research bees, brains and teen behaviour: News of Brock researchers receiving $3.8 million in funding from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada received coverage from the St. Catharines Standard (as well as all Postmedia Niagara dailies and weeklies), EZ Rock 105.7 and Erie Media.

Worth reading — Tried and true manuals for success: Michael Armstrong, an associate professor in Brock’s Goodman School of Business, wrote a piece for The National Post about books he recommends that are meant to lead readers down the path to success.

From Stoney Creek to Fort Hope, Rebecca Jerome’s first teaching job is an opportunity of a lifetime: Recent Brock graduate Rebecca Jerome was featured in a Hamilton Spectator article that explored her decision to head to a First Nations community to take on her first teaching job.

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