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Brock partners with IBM for rover project

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Brock partners with IBM for rover project

Brock University press release – Many techies can remember tinkering as kids. Whether they were taking apart electronics, programming computer chips or building their own motherboards, their love of technology usually started in adolescence. A partnership between Brock University and IBM aims to ignite in today’s kids that same spark of interest in technology. That […]

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Brock’s Goodman School of Business set to begin $22-million transformation

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Brock’s Goodman School of Business set to begin $22-million transformation

Brock University Press Release – The planning is nearly over. The $22-million expansion of Brock’s Goodman School of Business is expected to go to tender in May, and should be under construction by June. Using an innovative blend of new construction and major upgrades of existing space, the project will grow Goodman from its current […]

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Brock joins major initiative to engage Aboriginal students

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Brock joins major initiative to engage Aboriginal students

Brock University Press Release – As a home to hundreds of Aboriginal students, Brock University is a keen voice in a province-wide chorus celebrating the success of First Nations, Metis and Inuit learners. Earlier today (Feb. 2) the Council of Ontario Universities (COU) launched the ‘Let’s Take Our Future Further’ campaign, which is aimed at […]

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Social Justice Forum at Brock focuses on building solidarities

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Social Justice Forum at Brock focuses on building solidarities

Brock University Press Release – A yearly event that brings together 30 community organizations along with scholars, activists and citizens will be held at Brock University Saturday, Feb. 6. The ninth annual Niagara Social Justice Forum will include 12 knowledge-sharing and relationship-building workshops. This year’s theme is ‘Building Solidarities.’ Hosted by the MA Program in […]

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NC culinary grad tops in the world

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NC culinary grad tops in the world

A recent graduate of Niagara College’s Canadian Food and Wine Institute has earned top honours among young chefs from around the world. Daniella Germond of St. Catharines has emerged as the overall champion in the 2016 Young Chef Olympiad in India, which brought together young chefs from 67 countries from around the world. Germond, who […]

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Team Canada star passes on NCAA to study and skate at Brock

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Team Canada star passes on NCAA to study and skate at Brock

Brock University Press Release – A campus tour of Brock University turned out to be a game changer for Team Canada hockey player Annie Berg. It was during the recent IIHF Under-18 Women’s World Championships in St. Catharines that the 17-year-old rising star of Canadian women’s hockey decided to leave a Division 1 NCAA scholarship […]

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