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Hot Topics: Canada Post strike could reduce reliance on snail mail

Hot Topics: Canada Post strike could reduce reliance on snail mail

The strike could accelerate what is already an eventuality: a gradual decline of Canada Post.

Psychology professor wins first mentorship award

Psychology professor wins first mentorship award

Teena Willoughby has received the Graduate Mentorship Award at the Mapping the New Knowledges Graduate Symposium.

Brock launches new research unit for environmental sustainability

Brock launches new research unit for environmental sustainability

A group of Social Sciences professors have launched a new unit to research environmental and sustainability issues.

Economics

Economics

Marilyn Cottrell has been named to an advisory panel to the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis.

Grants awarded to 24 researchers

Grants awarded to 24 researchers

Nearly $60,000 has been awarded through two internal programs.

Media Talk: 3 elections, 1 message

Media Talk: 3 elections, 1 message

Joe Kushner, Economics professor, was quoted in the story “Three elections, one message” on CBC News.

Media Talk: Beer still safer than drinking water

Media Talk: Beer still safer than drinking water

Research by Mohammed Dore, Economics professor, was cited in a regular medical column by Dr. W. Gifford-Jones.

Brock researchers awarded $1.7 million

Brock researchers awarded $1.7 million

Twenty-nine researchers have received funding through the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council.

Media Talk: Your grades will drop

Media Talk: Your grades will drop

Felice Martinello, professor of Economics, was quoted in the Maclean’s article “Your grades will drop” on July 8.

Media Talk: Walkerton tragedy fallout: strict water rules that put public safety first

Media Talk: Walkerton tragedy fallout: strict water rules that put public safety first

Economics professor Diane Dupont was quoted in the May 22 Winnipeg Free Press article “Walkerton tragedy fallout: strict water rules that put public safety first.”

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