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Brock takes leading role in new mental health initiative

Brock takes leading role in new mental health initiative

Brock University has taken a leading role in the development and launch of a three-year, two-pronged provincewide campaign called More Feet on the Ground.

‘Curiosity Shop’ at Congress helps generate discussions about research

‘Curiosity Shop’ at Congress helps generate discussions about research

A corps of Brock graduate students is volunteering at a Congress 2014 Expo booth called “The Curiosity Shop” to help generate a wide range of conversations about research.

Brock students finalists in Innovative Designs for Accessibility competition

Brock students finalists in Innovative Designs for Accessibility competition

Four Brock University students are among the finalists in a provincial contest that focuses on removing barriers for people with disabilities.

Brock student wins provincial contest for Cope Care Connect initiative

Brock student wins provincial contest for Cope Care Connect initiative

A third-year Brock Health Sciences student, Kaitlyn Kerridge, has taken first prize in a province-wide competition that challenged students to use social media to help boost mental health at university campuses across Ontario. Her winning entry in the Mental Health 2.0 student social media contest stemmed from a class project in which students developed a comprehensive social marketing campaign called Cope-Care-Connect.

Ontarians view universities as essential, just behind hospitals and schools: Poll

Ontarians view universities as essential, just behind hospitals and schools: Poll

Ontarians rank universities’ contributions to society as essential, second in importance only to hospitals, and elementary and high schools, a new Gandalf Group survey shows.

Accessibility contest ripe for Brock entries

Accessibility contest ripe for Brock entries

Margaret Sanderson knows there’s someone at Brock who has an award-winning idea about improving accessibility.

Dean joins graduate studies council executive

Dean joins graduate studies council executive

Michael J. Plyley, Dean, Faculty of Graduate Studies, has been appointed to a two-year renewable term as a member of the executive committee of the Ontario Council on Graduate Studies (OCGS).

Brock to help lead charge in improving online education

Brock to help lead charge in improving online education

Brock University is one of seven Ontario universities to join forces in order to expand access, improve quality and share resources for online learning in the province.

Competition seeks ideas to make Ontario more accessible

Competition seeks ideas to make Ontario more accessible

The Council of Ontario Universities wants undergraduate students to make the world more accessible for people with disabilities.

University and college Aboriginal advisory groups meet in Niagara this week

University and college Aboriginal advisory groups meet in Niagara this week

Close to 200 people involved in Aboriginal education and student services at Ontario colleges and universities will meet at Brock University and in Niagara Falls this week to further discussions on improving access and support, and providing a culturally-relevant learning experience for students.

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