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Brock graduate students recognized for research excellence

Brock graduate students recognized for research excellence

Twenty-seven Brock graduate students were recognized for research excellence with 2014 Canada Graduate Student funding awards from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC).

Aly Bailey – 3MT profile

Aly Bailey – 3MT profile

Aly Bailey – 3MT profile

Abdullah Mahboob — 3MT profile

Abdullah Mahboob — 3MT profile

Abdullah Mahboob — 3MT profile

Andra Lenius – 3MT profile

Andra Lenius – 3MT profile

Andra Lenius sees the clock ticking away on the personal fitness and training industry as it faces the 2025 deadline to comply with the province’s mandatory accessibility standards.

Brock graduate student one of 11 finalists as Canadian 3MT competition begins

Brock graduate student one of 11 finalists as Canadian 3MT competition begins

Brock graduate student Leslie Nash is one of 11 finalists in the inaugural Canadian 3MT competition now under way and sponsored by the Canadian Association for Graduate Studies (CAGS).

Documentary featuring Brock prof hits the film fest circuit

Documentary featuring Brock prof hits the film fest circuit

A documentary that features a Brock professor has already punched above its weight at an American film festival. Outside the Ring is a 28-minute documentary about the Shape Your Life boxing program at the Toronto Newsgirls Boxing Club, the only boxing gym in Canada that is owned and operated by a woman. The documentary was screened at the Shadow Box Film Fest in New York City, where it was a finalist in the Best Short category.

Brock student qualifies for Three Minute Thesis’ first-ever Canadian final

Brock student qualifies for Three Minute Thesis’ first-ever Canadian final

Leslie Nash has qualified for the first-ever Canadian finals of the Three Minute Thesis (3MT) contest.

Brock students assess age-friendliness of downtown St. Catharines

Brock students assess age-friendliness of downtown St. Catharines

Healthy communities encompass all age groups. Working together on an intergenerational research study, 45 Brock students were recently matched with 20 Niagara seniors to better understand what makes a community “age-friendly.” The study, “Through Their Eyes,” examined the age-friendliness of the neighbourhood surrounding Niagara Region’s Seniors Residence at 14 Centre Street in downtown St. Catharines.

Three Minute Thesis tests graduate students’ preparation, presentation skills

Three Minute Thesis tests graduate students’ preparation, presentation skills

Leslie Nash, an Applied Health Sciences master’s student, won $500 and qualified for the provincial thesis competition April 24 at McMaster University for her 3MT presentation Simplici-Tea: Investigating tea as a dietary strategy for better bone health.

Red wine effective at blocking the growth of lung cancer cells: Brock, McMaster University researchers

Red wine effective at blocking the growth of lung cancer cells: Brock, McMaster University researchers

Will that be red or white? Make it red - if you value your lungs. Researchers from Brock and McMaster Universities have found that, while both red and white wine block the proliferation of lung cancer cells, red wine is more effective at doing so.

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