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New Brock University PhD program a Canadian first

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New Brock University PhD program a Canadian first

Brock University Press Release – Brock University’s new PhD program in Child and Youth Studies is the first of its kind in Canada. Starting this fall, the new doctoral program will be offering students the advantage of studying children and youth from a variety of disciplinary perspectives. “We will look at all aspects of children and […]

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Brock’s BioLinc receives provincial funding to support young Niagara entrepreneurs

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Brock’s BioLinc receives provincial funding to support young Niagara entrepreneurs

Young entrepreneurs in Niagara will reap the rewards of provincial funding for BioLinc, Brock University’s incubation facility run by the Goodman School of Business. Support provided by the Government of Ontario’s Youth Entrepreneurship Partnerships (YEP) program will allow BioLinc to launch the Niagara Youth Entrepreneurship Network (NYEN), which will bring various organizations in Niagara together […]

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New study shows impact of Brock’s Developmental Psychology researchers

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New study shows impact of Brock’s Developmental Psychology researchers

A new study published today in Canadian Psychology/Psychologie canadienne ranks Brock University’s developmental psychology researchers among the most productive and most frequently cited in Canada. The study (found here) examines the research productivity and impact of Canadian developmental psychology programs that offer graduate degrees. It was designed to help potential graduate students determine the richness […]

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Habitat family meets public and receives messages of hope

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Habitat family meets public and receives messages of hope

Monday was a milestone in the creation of the latest build for Habitat for Humanity. A Wood Signing Ceremony was held at Niagara College, the construction site of the 11th home built, part of the Habitat for Humanity Niagara/Niagara College partnership. This build is unlike no other attempted yet, it is being built in modular […]

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Junior Culinary Team Canada welcomes Team U.S.A.

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Junior Culinary Team Canada welcomes Team U.S.A.

They may be culinary rivals, but two teams representing the top young culinary talent in North America had a shared mission as they joined together at Niagara College this week: to prepare for the biggest culinary competition of their lives. Niagara College, home to Junior Culinary Team Canada, gave a warm Canadian welcome to American […]

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Niagara students choose Brock for post-secondary education

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Niagara students choose Brock for post-secondary education

After graduating from Port Colborne’s Lakeshore Catholic High School, Emily Armstrong wanted to go away for university. She visited several Ontario campuses, then, to make her mother happy, she toured Brock. Her decision was made. “The people there made it seem like I was already a member of the school and that they wanted to […]

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