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Brock students to learn the etiquette of dining

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Brock students to learn the etiquette of dining

Brock University students in the Goodman School of Business are about to get a lesson in proper dining etiquette. The Etiquette Dinner on Monday, Oct. 26 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Pond Inlet, is being held in response to the growing popularity of holding job interviews and business meetings over a meal. […]

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Niagara College earns top 10 spot among research colleges in Canada

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Niagara College earns top 10 spot among research colleges in Canada

Niagara College has earned the honour of being in the top 10 colleges in the country for research funding, according to a new national study released Thursday. In its report “Canada’s Top 50 Research Colleges,” Research Infosource Inc. has announced the rank of 10 for Niagara College, based on total research funding numbers for 2014. […]

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NC, Niagara University sign Memorandum of Understanding

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NC, Niagara University sign Memorandum of Understanding

Niagara College and Niagara University in Lewiston, NY, have entered into a formal memorandum of understanding that represents an international partnership aimed at providing higher education on a bi-national scale. The MOU was signed by the Rev. James J. Maher, CM, president of Niagara University, and Dan Patterson, president of Niagara College on October 16. […]

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Brock study explores gender differences in workplace bullying perceptions

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Brock study explores gender differences in workplace bullying perceptions

Young women preparing to enter the business world tend to see teasing, isolation, and other relationship-oriented actions as being acceptable behaviours in the workplace as compared to the view of their male counterparts, says a recently-published Brock study. “Workplace Bullying: The Perceptions of Canadian University Students” aimed to determine differences in male and female undergraduate […]

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Elementary students to visit Brock for bullying awareness event

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Elementary students to visit Brock for bullying awareness event

More than 800 students from 20 elementary schools across Niagara will be at Brock University Thursday, Oct. 22 for the inaugural Badgers vs. Bullying event. The outreach event is an initiative by the Brock men’s basketball program to help educate Niagara youths in grades six, seven and eight about bullying issues. “This social awareness school […]

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Brock welcomes new PenFinancial scholarship aimed at Niagara area high school graduates

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Brock welcomes new PenFinancial scholarship aimed at Niagara area high school graduates

Brock University is pleased by the generous creation of the PenFinancial Credit Union Community Leadership Scholarship, which will be given to a first-year Brock undergraduate student who demonstrates leadership and commitment to volunteerism in the Niagara community. The new scholarship was announced in a ceremony Monday at the main Brock campus in St. Catharines, by […]

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