Media Talk — June 7

Murray Knuttila, Provost and Vice-President Academic, was quoted in the article “Confucius Institute at Brock officially open” in Niagara This Week on May 18.

Kevin Kee, Canada Research Chair in Humanities Computing, was quoted in the article “TDSB allows cellphones back in the classroom” in the Globe and Mail on May 19.

John Sainsbury, History professor, published “Apocalypse soon — tomorrow, actually” in the Globe and Mail on May 20.

Brock’s Chinese social media efforts were highlighted in the Macleans On Campus article “Brock recruits Chinese students on social media” on May 20.

Tony Shaw, professor of Geography, was quoted in the article “Climate change favours reds at risk” in the St. Catharines Standard on May 28.

Debbie Slade, Centre for the Arts director, was quoted in the article “Live theatre business is evolving” in the Chatham Daily News on May 31.

Philip Kitchen, Dean of Business, was quoted in the article “Do you care what others think of you?” in the St. Catharines Standard on June 1.

Craig Hyatt, associate professor of Sport Management, was interviewed by CBC Radio 1 about the Jets NHL team returning to Winnipeg. The eight-minute segment was broadcast nationally on June 4. Click here to watch it.

Margaret Sanderson, University accessibility co-ordinator, was quoted in the article “Upgrades will make Brock University easier to navigate” in the St. Catharines Standard and Welland Tribune on June 6. Sanderson also wrote the article “Making Niagara accessible for seniors,” which was published in Niagara This Week on May 19.

Posted on June 7, 2011

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