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Brock to host downtown Homecoming tailgate party and Steel Blade hockey game

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Brock to host downtown Homecoming tailgate party and Steel Blade hockey game

Brock University press release – The Brock Badgers are once again taking their show on the road, this time hitting the ice in the heart of downtown St. Catharines. For the first time ever, the Steel Blade Classic hockey game will be held at the Meridian Centre in downtown St. Catharines. The Badgers will take […]

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Internship takes Brock student to Rio Olympics

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Internship takes Brock student to Rio Olympics

Brock University press release – Josh Gordon’s love of sport and courage to make it a career has led him all the way to Rio de Janeiro. Gordon, a Niagara-on-the-Lake native who moved to Montreal a decade ago, decided to go back to school as a mature student. He left his day job after 10 […]

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Brock research leads to Choir Nation benefit event in Toronto

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Brock research leads to Choir Nation benefit event in Toronto

Brock University press release – Collaboration between a Brock University researcher and a Canadian musician has led to an upcoming concert raising funds for charity. Todd Green, assistant professor, Department of Marketing, International Business and Strategy, has long been examining the challenges facing Canadian musicians as a result of the onset of digital music. In […]

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Brock’s wine research centre adapts to serve a flourishing liquor industry

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Brock’s wine research centre adapts to serve a flourishing liquor industry

Brock University press release – Answering the needs of Ontario’s boom in craft distillers, Brock University’s Cool Climate Oenology and Viticulture Institute (CCOVI) has taken its grape and wine analytical services and continuing education courses, and adapted them for the liquor industry and consumers. With Ontario easing some of its more rigid rules around liquor […]

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Brock sociology professor receives grant for online privacy research

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Brock sociology professor receives grant for online privacy research

Brock University press release – A Brock University professor has received a grant to examine the online privacy risks facing Canadians. Department of Sociology adjunct professor Natasha Tusikov will research what companies do with personal information collected online. The controversy of Edward Snowden leaking highly classified files stirred up great public concern over government surveillance […]

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New book gives voice to hidden crisis of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls

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New book gives voice to hidden crisis of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls

Brock University press release – They are mothers, daughters and sisters. They number more than 1,200. They are Canada’s missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls. Their voices have been silenced. For decades, no one was listening. That is finally starting to change but there is still so much work to be done to put […]

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