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Conference gives graduate students chance to meet world experts

Conference gives graduate students chance to meet world experts

Brock graduate student Vanessa Hamilton likes the logic and reasoning of mathematics. It’s what drives her academic and research interests.

Master’s student research helps children with autism spectrum disorder

Master’s student research helps children with autism spectrum disorder

Naomi Johnson, a master’s student in Applied Disability Studies, is examining the effectiveness of a therapy program to help children with high functioning autism spectrum disorder (ASD) reduce and alleviate obsessive-compulsive behaviours (OCB).

GSA president wants to bring out the best in graduate students

GSA president wants to bring out the best in graduate students

Lee Belding wants to find the best ways to bring graduate students out of their research shells without emergency measures being involved.

Brock among Top 10 with greatest increase in research funding: national survey

Brock among Top 10 with greatest increase in research funding: national survey

Brock University is among the top 10 universities across Canada that have seen the greatest increases in research funding over the past year, says a national company that tracks the country’s research and development performance.

Brock-community study to improve wheelchairs for children with cerebral palsy

Brock-community study to improve wheelchairs for children with cerebral palsy

A five-member Brock University research team has partnered with two community groups - Niagara Children’s Centre and Niagara Prosthetics and Orthotics - to find out more about how and why children with cerebral palsy produce heat and get sweaty in their chairs.

Brock historian named German research ambassador

Brock historian named German research ambassador

Historian Michael Driedger has been selected to serve as research ambassador during the 2014-2015 academic year for the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), an organization that promotes research in Germany and abroad using German funds.

Research points to importance of tree cover for stream life

Research points to importance of tree cover for stream life

Brock biologist Liette Vasseur and other researchers from the Ecological Research for Education Network (funded by the National Science Foundation in the U.S.) conducted a study last month that measured water temperatures at various points along 11 streams distributed across Canada and the United States.

Brock professor leads research on Hudson Bay warming

Brock professor leads research on Hudson Bay warming

A team of researchers led by Brock Prof. Uwe Brand, Department of Earth Sciences, has just published a paper on the seawater composition and temperature change of Hudson Bay.

Goodman recognizes scholarly excellence with new research awards

Goodman recognizes scholarly excellence with new research awards

Two faculty members at the Goodman School of Business have been honoured for their academic research contributions in the fields of management and accounting.

Brock professor receives highest academic honour

Brock professor receives highest academic honour

English Language and Literature professor Elizabeth Sauer is passionate about promoting scholarship in general - and humanities research in particular - in the wider Canadian society. Sauer is among 90 fellows elected to the Royal Society of Canada.

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