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Brock takes spotlight in mall ‘flash mob’

Brock takes spotlight in mall ‘flash mob’

Geography professor Hugh Gayler has a new claim to fame — he’s part of a Christmas viral Internet video.

Map Library celebrates GIS Day

Map Library celebrates GIS Day

The annual event celebrates geographic information systems (GIS) technology.

Global warming threatening icewine industry, researcher says

Global warming threatening icewine industry, researcher says

Tony Shaw is studying the impact of climate change on agriculture, including icewine.

Photo contest winners

Photo contest winners

The first Brock News photo contest documents the vacations of staff and students.

Media Talk: Two Niagara legends take a licking, but keep on ticking

Media Talk: Two Niagara legends take a licking, but keep on ticking

David Schimmelpenninck van der Oye and and Alun Hughes were quoted in Doug Herod’s column “Two Niagara legends take a licking, but keep on ticking.”

Geography professor co-edits new book

Geography professor co-edits new book

Catherine Nash, associate professor of Geography, has co-edited Queer Methods and Methodologies: Intersecting Queer Theories and Social Science Research.

Brock Badgers positively impact at-risk youth

Brock Badgers positively impact at-risk youth

Between studying, training, practising and competing, Brock athletes find the time to mentor at risk high school students.

New technology advantage for grape growers

New technology advantage for grape growers

Grad student Victoria Tasker wants to help put Niagara’s wine region on the map in a bigger and better way.

Media Talk: Why queers have a stake in Jarvis redevelopment plans

Media Talk: Why queers have a stake in Jarvis redevelopment plans

Catherine Nash, associate professor of Geography, was quoted in the article “Why queers have a stake in Jarvis redevelopment plans” in Xtra on June 17.

Niagara culture celebrated at book launch

Niagara culture celebrated at book launch

Niagara’s popular culture was in the spotlight this week with a new book outlining how life is lived in our unique region.

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