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Construction underway on Sir Isaac Brock Plaza

Construction underway on Sir Isaac Brock Plaza

Construction has begun on Sir Isaac Brock Plaza, the prime site in front of Schmon Tower that will this fall become the home to a new bronze sculpture of the University’s namesake.

Brock grad finds strength in numbers for national business competition

Brock grad finds strength in numbers for national business competition

A St. Catharines business with a strong connection to Brock University is a semifinalist in a national competition.

Toronto Maple Leafs name Brock alumnus assistant GM

Toronto Maple Leafs name Brock alumnus assistant GM

The Toronto Maple Leafs shook up their head office Tuesday, letting go of two longtime executives and hiring Brock University alumnus Kyle Dubas as assistant general manager.

Wine experts celebrate chardonnay at annual CCOVI event

Wine experts celebrate chardonnay at annual CCOVI event

Winemakers, grape growers and sommeliers went back to school Friday, July 11 as the International Cool Climate Chardonnay Celebration (i4C) kicked off its weekend event at Brock University.

Brock psychologist wins international behavioral neuroscience award

Brock psychologist wins international behavioral neuroscience award

Analyzing rat “vocalizations” and discovering their mechanisms was just one of the breakthroughs that have come from the 45-year research career of Brock University behavioural psychologist Stefan Brudzynski.

Sanderson takes the plunge in Canada’s largest open water swim

Sanderson takes the plunge in Canada’s largest open water swim

After making waves as a competitive swimmer when she was a teenager, Margaret Sanderson is neck deep in different type of aquatic competition.

Road construction will be finished in time for 2014-15 academic year

Road construction will be finished in time for 2014-15 academic year

Short-term pain for long-term gain. That’s how Brock’s Facilities Management project manager looks at the road construction surrounding the University’s campus.

Brock’s seventh residence will give students taste of the suite life

Brock’s seventh residence will give students taste of the suite life

The corner of St. David and Norman roads, which is a short walk to the St. Catharines campus, is currently a construction zone and will be home to Brock’s newest residence in time for the 2015-16 academic year.

Local student named Brock’s 2014 Lou Cahill Scholarship winner

Local student named Brock’s 2014 Lou Cahill Scholarship winner

James Gardner of St. Catharines is the 2014 winner of the Lou Cahill Scholarship in Communications awarded by Brock University. The $1,250 scholarship is awarded to a third-year student studying in a four-year communications program in Brock’s Department of Communication, Popular Culture and Film. Scholarship recipients are recognized for academic excellence, community involvement and participation in charitable activities.

Have World Cup fever? Goodman professor knows why

Have World Cup fever? Goodman professor knows why

Goodman School of Business Prof. Peter Yannopoulos is currently researching the underlying motivations for attending soccer games.

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