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Larviciding to begin on campus July 6

Larviciding to begin on campus July 6

From July 6 to Sept. 14, 2015, Brock University will conduct a larviciding program under the authority of the Region’s Medical Officer of Health.

Surviving the seasonal climate change at Brock

Surviving the seasonal climate change at Brock

As temperatures rise during the daytime, the University faces the tough dilemma of managing how to both heat and cool its buildings. Facilities Management staff are busy preparing the main campus cooling systems at the central chilling plant for summer operation.

Passion for animals blends seamlessly into Cronin’s research and teaching

Passion for animals blends seamlessly into Cronin’s research and teaching

Keri Cronin, associate professor in the Visual Arts Department in the Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts, is sensitive to the suffering endured by abandoned cats and other animals, a passion that is evident in her research.

Fall heating adjustments have now been made on campus

Fall heating adjustments have now been made on campus

As we enter autumn weather cycles of low night temperatures and warmer daytime temperatures, Facilities Management staff have now completed the seasonal changeover of campus systems to heating for winter operation.

Iconic Brock landmark gets a new home on campus

Iconic Brock landmark gets a new home on campus

The Path of Possibilities sculpture, which has been a fixture on the north mall island in front of Schmon Tower for 26 years, will be moved to its new location outside of Mackenzie Chown D Block Wednesday morning.

Sanderson leaves ‘a wonderful legacy’ at Brock

Sanderson leaves ‘a wonderful legacy’ at Brock

Margaret Sanderson, a trailblazer in her role as Brock’s University accessibility co-ordinator, is taking another plunge.

Delays expected as road construction continues through October

Delays expected as road construction continues through October

Students and staff coming to and from Brock University should expect delays in the coming weeks as construction around the St. Catharines campus is expected to continue through late October.

Community input sought on capital project planning at Brock

Community input sought on capital project planning at Brock

Brock’s Facilities Management group has recently combined all of the University’s capital plans into one institutional Draft Long-Term Capital Plan. The five-year draft plan is available on the University’s Outlook website for the Brock community to review and provide input on. The plan is visually laid out in a spreadsheet, which includes timelines for proposed capital initiatives over the next five years.

Application of larvicide for mosquito control set to start

Application of larvicide for mosquito control set to start

From July 21 to Sept. 12, 2014 Brock University will run a larviciding program under the authority of the Region’s Medical Officer of Health to control larval mosquitoes and prevent the possible spread of West Nile virus.

Construction underway on Sir Isaac Brock Plaza

Construction underway on Sir Isaac Brock Plaza

Construction has begun on Sir Isaac Brock Plaza, the prime site in front of Schmon Tower that will this fall become the home to a new bronze sculpture of the University’s namesake.

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