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Famed animal activist will visit Brock

Famed animal activist will visit Brock

Gene Baur, president and co-founder of Farm Sanctuary, will give a talk on Tuesday, Aug. 9.

Activist tells of legal woes at Thinking About Animals

Activist tells of legal woes at Thinking About Animals

Lisa Warden is one of dozens of presenters at the Brock conference this week.

Lecture looks at how Canadians and Americans are becoming alike

Lecture looks at how Canadians and Americans are becoming alike

A renowned author and journalist will visit Brock on Thursday to present a Canadian Studies guest lecture.

Veteran ad man shares stories from 30 years in advertising

Veteran ad man shares stories from 30 years in advertising

The advertising business is not for the faint of heart. Peter Shier will tell us why.

Canada lagging in gender equality: Trudeau scholar

Canada lagging in gender equality: Trudeau scholar

The gender gap between income and status is widening, says Isabella Bakker. She’ll discuss it at an upcoming Trudeau lecture at Brock.

Tinnish remembers Brock roots

Tinnish remembers Brock roots

Brock grad, Andrew Tinnish (BRLS ‘99, BSM ‘01), director of scouting for the Blue Jays, was interviewed for the article “Tinnish remembers Brock roots” in the St. Catharines Standard.

Do what you love: Jays GM

Do what you love: Jays GM

Alex Anthopoulos and alumnus Andrew Tinnish encouraged students to follow their dreams.

Brock students to get a taste of big leagues

Brock students to get a taste of big leagues

Two key figures from the Toronto Blue Jays organization are giving guest lectures on campus.

Alumnus to speak about oldest forms of complex life

Alumnus to speak about oldest forms of complex life

A renowned paleontologist who studies the origin and early evolution of animals will present Brock’s first Faculty of Mathematics and Science Distinguished Alumni Lecture.

New lecture series looks at Masonic Lodge and its role in society

New lecture series looks at Masonic Lodge and its role in society

Brock and Ontario’s Freemasons — looking to shine a light on one of society’s more intriguing institutions — are creating a lecture series that organizers hope will lead to the formal study of the role of Freemasonry in Western history.

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