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Brock student wins provincial contest for Cope Care Connect initiative

Brock student wins provincial contest for Cope Care Connect initiative

A third-year Brock Health Sciences student, Kaitlyn Kerridge, has taken first prize in a province-wide competition that challenged students to use social media to help boost mental health at university campuses across Ontario. Her winning entry in the Mental Health 2.0 student social media contest stemmed from a class project in which students developed a comprehensive social marketing campaign called Cope-Care-Connect.

Brock mourns the loss of a student

Brock mourns the loss of a student

Brock University is saddened by the loss of Qandeel Shaikh, a third year Bachelor of Business Administration Co-op (Honours) student who passed away March 10, 2014. The Brock community extends its condolences to Shaikh’s family and friends.

Bell Let’s Talk supports mental health initiatives at Brock University

Bell Let’s Talk supports mental health initiatives at Brock University

Earlier this week, Brock University received a $25,000 grant from the Bell Let’s Talk Community Fund to support an online mental health training module for students at the University. The online module will help to educate students about mental health issues, how to identify and address the early signs, and what services are available. The initiative will also help to reduce the stigma attached to mental health issues by engaging students and highlighting peer experiences.

“Let’s talk about it…” Mental health awareness week at Brock

“Let’s talk about it…” Mental health awareness week at Brock

Brock is hosting a mental health awareness week for students this week. The week’s worth of events will feature displays and activities across campus that talk to and get students talking about recognizing the signs of mental health problems and where to get help for themselves and friends.

Brock campus goes Fair Trade

Brock campus goes Fair Trade

This week is Fair Trade Campus Week and Brock University is celebrating by becoming Canada’s sixth Fair Trade Campus - second in Ontario after Guelph - to be designated by Fairtrade Canada. The campus designation was made possible by the hard work of the Brock Fair Trade Club student group, and the University’s and Brock University Students’ Union’s (BUSU) food services operators.

Sport Management grads share insight into career paths

Sport Management grads share insight into career paths

SPMA Professional Development Workshop

Convocation season is a reminder of that burning question that every student thinks about … what’s next?
On Friday, May 24, the Sport Management department brought alumni to campus to speak to students about life after Brock, and their career trajectory. Kojo Mensah (BSM ‘04), Joel Cote (BSM ‘01), Derek Paton (BSM ‘03), [...]

Students reflect on Global Transitions experiences

Students reflect on Global Transitions experiences

The Global Transitions program provided seven students with the opportunity to spend the Fall semester overseas and “enhanced their university experience by volunteering alongside the Ghanaian people,” said Dan Portanova, Global Transitions assistant.

Student groups wrap up Brock spirit campaign

Student groups wrap up Brock spirit campaign

The reasons students love Brock are countless and last week, they showed that love as part of an I love Brock spirit campaign created by the Brock University Community Peers with the help of Student Life and Community Experience.

Brock’s Open House features plenty of options for students

Brock’s Open House features plenty of options for students

Brock University will host its annual Open House this Sunday, March 3, opening up the school to more than 3,000 prospective students, and their families and friends. The event runs 12:30 to 4 p.m. and features campus and program-specific tours.

Brock mourns the loss of a student

Brock mourns the loss of a student

The Brock community is saddened by the loss of Roberta Cracknell who passed away on Feb. 6, 2013. She was a mature student in her first year of a Bachelor of Arts general studies program.

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