You’ve joined Goodman at 50th anniversary alumni events in Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary and Shanghai. Now it’s time for Goodman alumni to come back home to Niagara.
We are excited to welcome back Goodman grads from 1974 to 2014 to celebrate homecoming at the Red Dinner. Together, we’ll remember the accomplishments of the last forty years, from [...]
Publications and presentations — Aug. 6
A St. Catharines business with a strong connection to Brock University is a semifinalist in a national competition.
A total of 431 graduate degrees - seven PhD, 424 master’s - were conferred during the recent Spring Convocation ceremonies.
She appreciates the recognition, but Kristina Elizabeth Wamboldt didn’t spend many quiet nights inside studying and countless hours volunteering to win awards.
Leslie Nash has qualified for the first-ever Canadian finals of the Three Minute Thesis (3MT) contest.
Publications and presentations — March 28
Imagine being a Brock University student, recent graduate or young professional and going for coffee with Rick Mercer? How about a Skype conversation with the CEO of a multinational company?
It’s now possible thanks to Ten Thousand Coffees, an initiative designed to bridge the gap between the leaders of today and the social generation.
Veena Dwivedi (Applied Linguistics) gave an invited lecture entitled “Efficiency in sentence processing” for the Department of Languages, Literature and Linguistics Lecture Series at York University Feb. 27, 2014.
Dwivedi, VD (2013). Interpreting quantifier scope ambiguity: Evidence of heuristic first, algorithmic second processing. PLoS ONE 8(11):e81461.doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0081461. It can be read here.
February 28, 2014 | Posted in Faculty & staff
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The news coming out of the World Health Organization (WHO) this week is bleak: cancer around the globe is growing “at an alarming pace.”
The bulk of this - at least 60% - is occurring in low-income countries.