Here’s a look at some of the media attention Brock University received recently.
Hotel Dieu Shaver outlines interim leadership: Brock alumna Lynne Pay (BA ’85) has been named the interim CEO of the Hotel Dieu Shaver Health and Rehabilitation Centre. Niagara This Week wrote about Pay’s new role as well as her previous service.
Okanagan College partners with Brock University to open doors for trades and technology: An article in the Kelowna Capital News explored the new Trades and Technology Teacher Education program, which is a collaboration between Brock University and Okanagan College. The program begins in September and aims to enhance the skills of technology and trades educators.
Brock University reaching out to the Caribbean: Freelance journalist Ron Fanfair recently posted an article on his website about Brock University’s growing partnerships in Trinidad and Tobago and other parts of the Caribbean.
Celebration of Nations returning to FirstOntario PAC: Brock University’s participation in the upcoming Celebration of Nations event was highlighted in a recent Niagara This Week article. Running from Sept. 7 to 9, the Indigenous gathering will use spaces in the University’s Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts and will also feature a short film presentation by the Weengushk Film Institute.
Annual exhibition hockey game aims to bring nearly 5,000 fans to Meridian Centre: Brock’s upcoming Steel Blade Classic hockey game was featured in an article in the St. Catharines Standard. The annual pre-season game is celebrating its 20th anniversary and has become one of the most well-attended university hockey games in Canada.
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