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Brock graduate students recognized for research excellence

Brock graduate students recognized for research excellence

Twenty-seven Brock graduate students were recognized for research excellence with 2014 Canada Graduate Student funding awards from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC).

Speaker Series sheds light on inner workings of teenagers

Speaker Series sheds light on inner workings of teenagers

Entitled Teen Brain, Teen Mind: A Neuro-Developmental Approach to Living and Working With Adolescents, Dr. Ron Clavier will discuss teen behaviour during the Centre for Lifespan Development Research’s Speaker Series.

Graduate students part of Research Café panel on bullying

Graduate students part of Research Café panel on bullying

Three graduate students are part of a strong contingent of researchers across Canada working toward a common goal - to end bullying.

Brock recognizes profs for creative research and teaching at Fall Convocation

Brock recognizes profs for creative research and teaching at Fall Convocation

Brock will honour two faculty members for their outstanding contributions to research and teaching at the University’s Fall Convocation on Saturday, Oct. 18.

Brock psychologist wins international behavioral neuroscience award

Brock psychologist wins international behavioral neuroscience award

Analyzing rat “vocalizations” and discovering their mechanisms was just one of the breakthroughs that have come from the 45-year research career of Brock University behavioural psychologist Stefan Brudzynski.

Brock psychologist asks: Are honest people also humble?

Brock psychologist asks: Are honest people also humble?

Are honest people also humble? Brock psychologists Michael Ashton and Kibeon Lee make that connection in their 2012 book The H factor of personality: why some people are manipulative, self-entitled, materialistic, and exploitive - and why it matters for everyone.

Brock sexuality expert part of documentary on national TV this week

Brock sexuality expert part of documentary on national TV this week

Filmmaker Bryce Sage has a heavy question that eats away at his curiosity: are gay men actually “born this way?” In other words, do biological factors (e.g., genes) play a role in sexual orientation?

PhD students profiled on knowledge exchange network

PhD students profiled on knowledge exchange network

Chloe Hamza and Christine Lackner, doctoral students in Brock’s Psychology program, are profiled as part of an Ontario-wide knowledge exchange network, housed at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH).

Last lectures available online

Last lectures available online

They’ve called it a career but the parting thoughts of two of Brock’s “teaching titans” are now available for all to see.

“Selfless” professors recognized with Graduate Mentorship Awards

“Selfless” professors recognized with Graduate Mentorship Awards

The high point of Robert Dimand’s week is the Wednesday graduate lecture he gives. For Sid Segalowitz, one of the greatest perks of his job is working with graduate students.

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