Robert Dimand, Economics professor, is quoted in a Bloomberg Businessweek article “Economists Evoke the Spirit of Irving Fisher: Once disgraced, the Yale economist figured out the Great Depression” on Jan. 16.
Tony Bogaert, professor of Psychology, was interviewed by CBC Radio about asexuality for the program Q, broadcast on Jan. 19.
The Globe and Mail reviewed an art show by Jean Bridge, associate professor of Visual Arts, in “Why aren’t more art shows this fun?” on Jan. 20.
Chunlei Lu, associate professor and co-director of the Confucius Institute at Brock University, was quoted in the article “Hundreds ring in the Year of the Dragon” in the St. Catharines Standard on Jan. 22.
The CIBC student award was featured in the article “CIBC creates student award for Brock” in Niagara This Week on Jan. 24.
Antonia Mantonakis, associate professor of Marketing, was featured in the article “Name of wine affects taster’s opinion of its quality” in the St. Catharines Standard and Niagara Falls Review on Jan. 24. It was also featured on Bullet Media.
Lauren McNamara, Child and Youth Studies instructor, was quoted in the article “Brock University professor tries to stop bullying by changing recess in St. Catharines schools” in the Toronto Star on Jan. 27.
Camille Rutherford, associate professor of education, was quoted in the article “Teachers face high-tech road blocks” in the St. Catharines Standard on Jan. 30.
Gordon Hodson, professor of Psychology, was quoted in the article “Low IQ and Conservative Beliefs Linked to Prejudice” at LiveScience.com. Hodson’s study has been widely discussed in various blogs and online media outlets, including at the New York Times.
Phillip Mackintosh, associate professor of Geography, was quoted in the St. Catharines Standard, Niagara Falls Review and Welland Tribune article “A tale of 12 cities” on Feb. 6.
The Confucius Institute Chinese New Year celebration was profiled in a TV Cogeco segment on Feb. 6.
Charles Burton, associate professor of Political Science, had more than a dozen media appearances in the last two weeks, including:
- an interview on CKTB about Chinese New Year and tensions in the Korean Peninsula on Jan. 23
- an interview on CJAD Montreal about the North Korea leadership transition broadcast on Jan. 11
- quotes in the Globe and Mail report “On China visit, Harper picks up where Trudeau left off” on Feb. 6
- an interview for “China will Suppress Harper’s Call for Human Rights, the Prime Minister is Visiting China to Sell Oil Hoping to Reduce the Trade Imbalance” in the Ming Pao on Jan. 31
- an interview about panda diplomacy in the article “Pandas heading to Toronto, oiling the wheels of Canada-China relations” in the Globe and Mail on Feb. 2
- an interview with Scott Laurie about Prime Minister Harper’s visit to China broadcast on CTV News Channel on Feb. 5
- an interview with Lynn Desjardins in her report “Canada encouraged to press human rights issues during PM’s visit to China” broadcast on Radio Canada International on Jan. 30
- the opinion piece “Harper in China: Juggling oil sales and core principles” in the Toronto Star on Feb. 5
- an interview with Ezra Levant on SUN TV’s “The Source” on Feb. 3
- an interview quoted in “China’s panda loan could signal cuddly new relations” on CTV
- an interview for CTV News Morning Express about the Prime Minister’s trip to China on Feb. 3. He was also interviewed for Postmedia News for the article “Harper lands in China for 4-day visit” today.
- radio interviews about the Prime Minister’s Visit to China on the CBC on Feb. 3, including Toronto – Metro Morning, Windsor – The Early Shift, Ottawa- Ottawa Morning, Thunder Bay – Superior Morning, Gander – Central Morning, Yellowknife – A New Day and Victoria – On the Island.
- two interviews on oil exports to China and later in the program on China’s campaign to become a Permanent Observer to the Arctic Council OMNI National News on OMNITV on Feb. 2