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‘Curiosity Shop’ at Congress helps generate discussions about research

‘Curiosity Shop’ at Congress helps generate discussions about research

A corps of Brock graduate students is volunteering at a Congress 2014 Expo booth called “The Curiosity Shop” to help generate a wide range of conversations about research.

Renowned educator at Brock event to share research on academic integrity

Renowned educator at Brock event to share research on academic integrity

Julia Christensen Hughes, Dean of the College of Management and Economics at the University of Guelph and past president of the Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, will be at Brock this week to share her extensive research on academic integrity.

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.

Researcher looks at why fewer of us go out to vote

Researcher looks at why fewer of us go out to vote

The Niagara Community Observatory at Brock University has released a policy brief that examines voter decline, reviewing voter turnout in Niagara Region and also discussing voting trends in a national context.

Brock professor accepts invite to join Mathematical Reviews

Brock professor accepts invite to join Mathematical Reviews

Brock University Mathematics Prof. Hichem Ben-El-Mechaiekh has accepted an invitation to become a reviewer for Mathematical Reviews.

Brock and other scientists discover plankton believed to be extinct

Brock and other scientists discover plankton believed to be extinct

Life after death - one million years later. Brock University geologist Martin Head and a team of international researchers have discovered a living plankton species that scientists had thought was extinct for the past million years.

Mercier will give keynote address at Mapping conference

Mercier will give keynote address at Mapping conference

Joffre Mercier will touch on many themes when he gives the keynote address at Brock’s ninth annual Mapping the New Knowledges Graduate Student Research Conference April 7.

CIHR awards Brock University researchers more than $585,000

CIHR awards Brock University researchers more than $585,000

The Canadian Institutes of Health Research has awarded a team of Brock University researchers more than $585,000.

Brock prof explores John Milton’s discussions on toleration, nationalism in new book

Brock prof explores John Milton’s discussions on toleration, nationalism in new book

John Milton was a revolutionary. For instance, he championed divorce in an era when Protestant reformers maintained a fervent commitment to the doctrine of the marriage contract as an indissoluble bond.

Brock University geneticist renewed as Canada Research Chair

Brock University geneticist renewed as Canada Research Chair

Ping Liang is fascinated by the stuff we’re made of. He wants to know why one person is more likely to develop a certain disease than someone else, or why specific medical treatments are more effective in some people than others. “I research how we humans are different from each other genetically, and how such information can be used to prevent and better treat diseases,” he says.

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