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Niagara’s On-Campus Entrepreneurship Activities projects continue

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Niagara’s On-Campus Entrepreneurship Activities projects continue

Brock University and Niagara College will continue to facilitate youth entrepreneurship after successfully managing the Kick-Starting Entrepreneurship program and ncTakeOff hub for the last two years. Both institutions received renewed, joint funding through the On-Campus Entrepreneurship Activities (OCEA) program, an initiative of the Government of Ontario under the Youth Jobs Strategy and managed by Ontario […]

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Scientists say ‘Marsquakes’ are another clue to life on Mars

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Scientists say ‘Marsquakes’ are another clue to life on Mars

Brock University press release – Scientists believe the detection of earthquake-like seismic activity on Mars could be another sign of life. Recent research by an international team of scientists that included Brock University geologist Nigel Blamey suggests that hydrogen gas arising from ‘Marsquakes’ could help sustain life on the Red Planet. Through their analysis of […]

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International philosophers coming to Brock

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International philosophers coming to Brock

Brock University press release – From Thursday through Saturday, a prestigious international conference taking place at Brock University’s Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts will draw up to 60 of the world’s leading philosophers to downtown St. Catharines. The 41st edition of the annual Merleau-Ponty Circle, considered one of the most significant […]

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Building awareness of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls

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Building awareness of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls

Brock University press release – Too many of Canada’s missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls remain nameless and faceless. The Faceless Dolls Project seeks to raise awareness about the epidemic and ensure that each statistic has a story behind it. Two workshops for the Faceless Dolls Project will be held at Brock University this week […]

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$22-million Goodman School of Business expansion will benefit students and the community

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$22-million Goodman School of Business expansion will benefit students and the community

Brock University press release – Ontario celebrated a major renovation and expansion milestone Friday at Brock University’s Goodman School of Business that will help better connect students, entrepreneurs, researchers and local businesses. The $22-million project will enhance student learning and add nearly 30,000 square feet of new space to the Goodman School. “The Goodman School […]

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Goodman School of Business celebrating expansion Friday

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Goodman School of Business celebrating expansion Friday

Brock University press release – The Brock community is invited to a celebration of the Goodman School of Business expansion Friday, Sept. 16 at 2 p.m. in front of Schmon Tower. The $22-million project started construction this month, with Cooper Construction preparing the site and staging area between Taro Hall and the Student Alumni Centre. […]

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