Rebecca Raby and Shauna Pomerantz, associate professors of Child and Youth Studies, were quoted in the article “Playing with gender stereotypes” in the St. Catharines Standard on Jan. 31.
David Siegel, professor of Political Science, was quoted in the article “Sizing up the field in Welland’s regional vote” on CKTB on Feb. 9. He was also quoted in the St. Catharines Standard article “Niagara’s overall growth sluggish: census” on Feb. 8.
Debbie Slade, director of the Centre for the Arts, was quoted in the article “Jazz thrives in Niagara despite many calling the genre dead” in the St. Catharines Standard on Feb. 9.
Mary-Louise Vanderlee, professor in the Faculty of Education, was quoted in the St. Catharines Standard article “Don’t cut all-day kindergarten, parents and educators say” on Feb. 11.
President Jack Lightstone was interviewed for the Feb. 14. St. Catharines Standard article “If we were complacent, we wouldn’t do a good job.”
Russell Johnston, associate professor of Communication, Popular Culture and Film, was quoted in the article “Pirate hands over advertising booty to McMaster” in the Hamilton Spectator on Feb. 16.
University spokesperson Kevin Cavanagh was quoted in the article “Lean universities have little room to cut or squeeze, Brock spokesman says” in the St. Catharines Standard on Feb. 16.
Discussions about Brock renovating its pool at the Eleanor Misener Aquatic Centre were featured in “Brock urged to renovate pool” in the St. Catharines Standard on Feb. 20.
Antonia Mantonakis, associate professor of Marketing,was featured in The Source on TVCogeco this month talking about winery names and consumer perception. She was also profiled in the Globe and Mail article “If the wine is hard to pronounce, is it worth more?” on Feb. 21.
Charles Burton, associate professor of Political Science, has done more than 50 media appearances in recent weeks, most about the Prime Minister’s visit to China and all listed at his website. Recently, he was quoted in the following stories:
- “Burton: The perils of embracing trade with China” in the Calgary Herald (previously in the Toronto Star) on Feb. 8
- a China Radio International interview (mp3 link) on Feb. 10 (his part starts around 15:20)
- “How to influence China on human rights: a guide” in the Globe and Mail on Feb. 9
- “PM touts warm relations in signing investment deal with China” in the Globe and Mail on Feb. 9
- “More than 20 Chinese Citizens Hear Harper on Human Rights” in the Sing Tao Daily News on Feb. 11
- “Hackers had ‘widespread access’ to Nortel’s network” on CTV National News on Feb. 14
- an interview by Mark Sutcliffe on CFRA Ottawa broadcast on Feb. 14 (mp3 link)
- “China no Panacea for Canada’s U.S.-Dependent Economy” in the World Politics Review on Feb. 17
- an interview on the bilingual Cantonese-Mandarin special program “Canada and China a New Beginning” shown on Omni-TV on Feb. 18
- an interview with him in the Globe and Mail on Feb. 9 is extensively quoted and analyzed in the Radio France International Mandarin Service report “A Canadian Discusses How to Apply Pressure on China’s Human Rights Issues” broadcast on Feb. 19
- “Canadian PM Softens to China” in the Asia Sentinel on Feb. 22