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Lisa Barrow talks about her research on workplace bullying.

November 16, 2014

Lisa Barrow is on the Jill Bennett Show on Vancouver's AM980 to talk about workplace bullying.

No audio available. 

Barbara Sainty on the role of social media in influencing career success

November 15, 2014

Barbara Sainty is on air with the Motts on Newstalk 1010 (Toronto) and CKTB St. Catharines/Niagara to speak about her research on the role of social media in influencing career success.

Listen to the interview.

A crafty way to grow a business

November 13, 2014

Goodman's Service-Learning program contribute to local non-profit "Well Preserved" is highlighted in an article in Niagara This Week.

Read the story here. 

Workplace coping strategies of hockey parents

October 23, 2014

Professor Deborah McPhee is interviewed by Vancouver's News1130 about her research on the coping strategies of hockey parents.


The U.S. and Canada must treat the Ebola epidemic at its source

October 21, 2014

Michael Armstrong's op-ed in the Buffalo News highlights the threat (and costs) of the Ebola epidemic.

Read the story here.


Deb McPhee talks about the coping strategies for hockey parents.

October 20, 2014

Professor Deborah McPhee is on Kitchener's 570News to talk about the workplace coping strategies used by hockey parents. 

Listen to the interview here.

Slow reaction to Ebola is costly

October 12, 2014

Michael Armstrong's letter to the editor about the Ebola crisis is published in the Toronto Star. Using statistical calculations, Prof. Armstrong provided predictions about Ebola's growth.

Read more in the Toronto Star.

The more complex the name, better the wine?

October 10, 2014

Antonia Mantonakis's research on the impact of a winery's name on taste is discussed in the Journal de Montréal in an article by Claude Langlois. Prof. Mantonakis's research found that individuals tended to assume that the bottle of wine that has the more complex name, is the better quality wine. 

Read the article here (In French only)


Research Matters talks Big Data with Goodman Prof Ayanso

September 29, 2014

Professor Anteneh Ayanso is interviewed by Research Matters about his research in how e-commerce affects business performance and the usefulness of Big Data. 

Read the full story in the Research Matters Blog.

Coping strategies for parents with kids in competitive hockey

September 29, 2014

Professor Deborah McPhee is interviewed by 660 News about her research on coping strategies for parents with kids inc ompetitive hockey.

Read more here. 

"Kick-Starting Entrepreneurship," a hands-on entrepreneurship training program.

September 24, 2014

Don Fraser's Bizzline in the St. Catharines Standard covers BioLinc's Kick-Starting Entrepreneurship program.

Read more here

Brock receives cash for youth entrepreneurship program

September 22, 2014

EZ Rock 105.7 reports on BioLinc's new Kick-Starting Entrepreneurship program.

Read more here. 

Michael Armstrong: Rockets were threats, not toys

September 13, 2014

Professor Michael Armstrong's research on the Israel Iron Dome missile defense system is featured in his Op-Ed in The Jerusalem Post.

Read the full story here.

Michael Armstrong: Israeli rocket defense system saves lives but depletes budget

September 4, 2014

Professor Michael Armstrong's research on the Israel’s Iron Dome missile defense system is featured on Gazeta, Russia's leading internet newspaper. The article discusses how the Israeli rocket defense system saves lives but depletes budgets.

Read the full article in Russian. 


Kick-Starting Entrepreneurship

September 22, 2014

Support provided by the Government of Ontario’s On-campus Entrepreneurship Activities (OCEA) program will allow the Goodman School of Business‘ BioLinc business incubator at Brock University to launch Kick-Starting Entrepreneurship, a hands-on entrepreneurship training program for Niagara youth.

“This program, hosted by our BioLinc facility, will strengthen Brock and Niagara’s entrepreneurial activities and in turn grow our University’s entrepreneurial culture and opportunities over the long-term,” says Don Cyr, Dean, Goodman School of Business.

“At BioLinc, ‘BIO’ means new and unique Business Ideas and Opportunities so this new program will leverage our institution’s assets, as well as Niagara’s entrepreneurial ecosystem, to provide young entrepreneurs with the activities, training and resources that will help them determine if entrepreneurship is a viable career choice for them.”

The OCEA program is part of Ontario’s Youth Jobs Strategy, announced by Premier Kathleen Wynne in October 2013. Ontario Centres of Excellence (OCE) is managing the administration of the $5 million OCEA program.

Read more about the announcment at Brock News