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Brock Senate looking for next chancellor

Brock Senate looking for next chancellor

The term of Chancellor Goodman is due to end the day after fall Convocation 2014.

Mercier will give keynote address at Mapping conference

Mercier will give keynote address at Mapping conference

Joffre Mercier will touch on many themes when he gives the keynote address at Brock’s ninth annual Mapping the New Knowledges Graduate Student Research Conference April 7.

Brock unveils plaque honouring early union supporters in Niagara

Brock unveils plaque honouring early union supporters in Niagara

Yesterday, Brock unveiled a new plaque recognizing the significant contributions that local union members made to the University’s Founding Fund from 1965 to 1970. The plaque, which is located on the 300-level of Mackenzie Chown where blocks B and C meet, was proposed by Brock’s Centre for Labour Studies as part of the University’s 50th anniversary celebrations.

Brock Residence Action Council maintains its winning ways

Brock Residence Action Council maintains its winning ways

Brock University’s Residence Action Council has maintained its winning ways. RAC delegates walked away with a truckload of accolades from the recently held Ontario Residence Hall Association (ORHA) conference at the University of Guelph.

Brock receives $75,000 provincial grant to create online course

Brock receives $75,000 provincial grant to create online course

Brock University recently received a $75,000 provincial grant to expand its online course offerings.

CIHR awards Brock University researchers more than $585,000

CIHR awards Brock University researchers more than $585,000

The Canadian Institutes of Health Research has awarded a team of Brock University researchers more than $585,000.

Condensed Spring/Summer courses pack pedagogical punch

Condensed Spring/Summer courses pack pedagogical punch

When most Brock University students were finishing summer jobs or enjoying their last days at the beach, Mitch McIntosh was in class. And the 21-year-old would do it again.

New faces join Brock’s 2014-15 senate

New faces join Brock’s 2014-15 senate

The votes have been counted, and Brock’s 2014-15 Senate will have some new faces. In total, 311 ballots were returned for 23 candidates vying for 16 positions. Their terms will begin the day after Spring Convocation 2014.

Brock University geneticist renewed as Canada Research Chair

Brock University geneticist renewed as Canada Research Chair

Ping Liang is fascinated by the stuff we’re made of. He wants to know why one person is more likely to develop a certain disease than someone else, or why specific medical treatments are more effective in some people than others. “I research how we humans are different from each other genetically, and how such information can be used to prevent and better treat diseases,” he says.

University Wind Ensemble celebrates spring’s rebirth

University Wind Ensemble celebrates spring’s rebirth

Spring’s rebirth will be celebrated with the Brock University Wind Ensemble Tuesday, April 1 at 7:30 p.m., in the Sean O’Sullivan Theatre.

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