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Director named for Co-op, Career Services and Experiential Education

Director named for Co-op, Career Services and Experiential Education

Brock’s new Director of Co-op, Career Services, and Experiential Education is a familiar face to many at the University.
Cara Boese will assume the role on June 1, and will be responsible for Brock’s significant co-op program along with overseeing Brock’s career services and experiential education operations.
“We welcome Cara’s experience and expertise in this role ” [...]

University Librarian Barbara McDonald heading to U of Guelph

University Librarian Barbara McDonald heading to U of Guelph

Barbara McDonald, Brock’s Interim University Librarian, will be leaving the University this summer to accept a position at the University of Guelph.
On Aug. 1 she will become Associate Chief Librarian, Discovery & Access and Information Resources at Guelph’s McLaughlin Library.
McDonald has been Brock’s Interim University Librarian since July 2014. She had previously served as Associate [...]

Kim Meade moving back to Maritimes after 12 years at Brock

Kim Meade moving back to Maritimes after 12 years at Brock

Kim Meade, Brock University’s Vice-Provost and Associate Vice-President for Student Services, will be leaving the post this summer to accept a senior position with Mount Allison University in Sackville, N.B.
The announcement was made today by Neil McCartney, Brock’s Provost and Vice-President Academic.
On Aug. 1, Meade will become Mount Allison’s Vice-President, International and Student Affairs, with [...]

Everyone invited to celebration of David Howes this Thursday May 14

Everyone invited to celebration of David Howes this Thursday May 14

People at Brock University and across the Niagara region are invited to join ceremonies this Thursday May 14, celebrating the life of David S. Howes and dedicating the new Sir Isaac Brock sculpture that was part of his legacy to the community.

UPDATE: Power restored across campus

UPDATE:  Power restored across campus

Facilities Management Staff have now finished walkthroughs of all buildings involved in the Annual Planned Electrical Shutdown.

Brock initiates review of Rodman Hall Arts Centre

Brock initiates review of Rodman Hall Arts Centre

Over the next several months, Brock University will engage in a review process to help determine the Rodman Hall Art Centre’s role in the University’s future plans and programs, and its place in the Niagara arts and culture community.

David Siegel named as Interim Dean of Education

David Siegel named as Interim Dean of Education

David Siegel, a well-known political scientist at Brock University who specializes in public policy and administration, has agreed to serve as Brock’s Interim Dean of the Faculty of Education after the incumbent, Fiona Blaikie, completes her term later this year.
The announcement was made by University Provost Neil McCartney, who said Siegel will serve a two-year [...]

Expanded business school will bring more students into Niagara

Expanded business school will bring more students into Niagara

Now that the Ontario government has pledged $10-million toward a new home for the Goodman School of Business, construction should begin by the summer of 2016, with completion expected sometime in 2018.
Once the project has been approved, a period of design work will produce detailed plans. Then contract bids will be invited, reviewed and selected [...]

Province commits $10-million to expand Goodman School of Business

Province commits $10-million to expand Goodman School of Business

Brock University hails the Ontario government’s decision to invest $10-million over two years for expanding and renovating Brock’s Goodman School of Business.

Universities heartened by federal budget investments in research

Universities heartened by federal budget investments in research

Brock University President Jack Lightstone is welcoming significant new supports for research activity contained in the federal budget unveiled yesterday (April 21).
In tabling the 2015 economic blueprint, Finance Minister Joe Oliver said the federal government will invest more than $1.5-billion over the next decade in the Canada First Research Excellence Fund.  The CFREF represents an [...]

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