• First Brock Faculty

      1963-64
      Brock University's first ever faculty standing in front of the original Administration Office on 15 Welland Avenue prior to the opening of the Glenridge Campus. From left to right: Prof. Ernest E. Goldsmith, Prof. William Ormsby, Dr. John Hart, Dr. James Gibson, Prof. Michael Hornyansky, Juan Amadeo Fernandez, and Mr. Guy Gauthier. The Administration Office was relocated to the Glenridge Campus in October of 1964. The University had occupied the Welland Avenue location since May of 1963.
    • 1964-65 Faculty

      1964-65
      Faculty pictured from left to right: Prof. Ernest E. Goldsmith, Prof. William Ormsby, Dr. John Hart, Dr. James Gibson, Prof. Michael Hornyansky, Juan Amadeo Fernandez, and Mr. Guy Gauthier.
    • 1964-65 Library Officers

      1964-65
      Library officers dressed in regalia, pictured here from left to right - Back Row: John Burtniak, Cataloguing. Nick Krenton, Head Cataloguing. Front Row: Sylvia Osterbind, Reference. Arthur Vespry, Chief Librarian. Mara Karnupe, Technical Services. Dianna Kertland, Circulation.
    • Faculty at 1974 Convocation

      1974
      Pictured here from left to right are: Dr. Allan Booth, Classics, an unknown faculty member, and Peter Burtram, Registrar.
    • Guy Ducornet

      1976
      Guy Ducornet with the Primalphabet-Geographics paintings in 1976. The painting to the left is now situated in the Tower lobby.
    • Breakthrough in Superconductors (1987)

      1987
      Physics professors Frans Koffyberg (right), Fereidoon Razavi (middle), and Bozidar Mitrovic (left) discover a new superconductor. A superconductor is a material that conducts electricity at very low temperatures with zero electrical resistance. The Brock researchers found that a compound of the metals Barium, Lanthanum, Copper, and Oxygen become a superconductor at 30 degrees absolute, which is a record high temperature.
    • Dr. Michael Hornyansky

      1989
      Professor of English Language and Literature, Michael Hornyansky, in 1989. Dr. Hornyansky was one of the original Brock faculty members.
    • Dr. Michael Hornyansky

      1989
      Professor of English Language and Literatre, Michael Hornyansky, in 1989. He is photographed seated while speaking. Dr. Hornyansky was one of the original Brock faculty members.
    • Dr. Juan Amadeo Fernandez

      ca 1980s
      Professor of Spanish, J. A. Fernandez, during the 1980's. He is leaning against the desk with the chalkboard behind him and three students seated in front. Dr. Fernandez was one of the original faculty members of Brock University.
    • Dr. Arthur Kahn

      n.d.
      Dr. Arthur Kahn with Mrs. John W. Reed, a member of the Niagara Peninsula Archaeological Society, and artifacts from the Chesnola Collection.
    • Dr. Al Wheeler

      n.d.
      Dr. Wheeler of the Faculty of Education is speaking to one of his students while other students are seated in the background.
    • Dr. Velmer Headley

      n.d.
      Dr. Velmer Headley, Professor of Mathematics, lecturing at the chalkboard in front of a class.
    • Dr. Stuart Rothstein

      n.d.
      Dr. Stuart Rothstein, Professor of Chemistry, sitting in front of a computer.
    • Dr. Bruce Krushelnicki

      n.d.
      Dr. Bruce Krushelnicki, Professor of Urban and Environmental Studies.
    • Dr. Allan Booth

      n.d.
      Professor Allan Booth lecturing in the Thistle Complex. He is writing on a chalkboard.
    • Dr. Bruce Ormsby

      n.d.
      Dr. Bruce Ormsby, Professor of History, standing at a podium.
    • Dr. Jane Evans

      n.d.
      Dr. Jane Evans, Professor of Physical Education.
    • Dr. John Jackson

      n.d.
      Dr. John Jackson, Professor of Geography.
    • Dr. Jack Miller

      n.d.
      Professor J. Miller, left, of the Department of Chemistry, instructs Mr. E. Farnworth of Thorold, a second year Chemistry student and Summer Research Assistant, in the theory and practice of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance.
    • Dr. Barry Keith Grant

      n.d.
      Dr. Barry Keith Grant, Professor of Popular Culture and Film is holding an assortment of pop culture magazines.