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Media Talk (July 19 - Aug 9, 2013)

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“Media Talk” is a recurring summary of select Brock faculty, staff and student appearances in the media. If you have details of a media appearance to share with The Brock News, please send them to campusnews@brocku.ca

Kendra Coulter

Kendra Coulter

July 20: AM 610 CKTBLarry Fedoruk Show
July 23: CFRB Newstalk 1010 (Toronto) “The Jim Richards Show” (interview starts at 21:40)
July 24: AM 1150 CKBL (Kelowna) “Early Edition”
July 25: AM 610 CKTBTim Denis in the Morning
Interview with Kendra Coulter, assistant professor, Labour Studies, about baristas pushing to unionize across North America in response to a union attempting to organize at a Second Cup in Halifax

July 24: 77 WABC Radio (New York) “The John Batchelor Show
Interview with Charles Burton, associate professor, Political Science, about the outcry in Chinese social media against state-sponsored thuggery against migrant workers in Chinese towns

July 25: PrideSourceA as in Zilch
Commentary piece featuring references to Anthony Boagert’s (professor, Community Health Sciences) research on understanding asexuality

July 26: St. Cathartines Standard (community voices) “Help your community, help yourself” by Lynn McCleary, associate professor, Nursing

July 26: St. Catharines Standard (community voices) “A lesson on food after the storm” by Darlene Ciuffetelli Parker, associate professor, Teacher Education, Faculty of Education

July 26: AM 610 CKTBLarry Fedoruk Show
Interview with Dan Malleck, associate professor, Applied Health Sciences, about the history of drug and alcohol regulation and prohibition in Canada in response to Liberal leader Justin Trudeau’s pro-pot legalization comments

July 27: Toronto StarGovernment used reserves for 1930s TB vaccine tests
Macleans.caTB vaccine tested on aboriginals, but living conditions not fixed: research
Global News (Toronto) “TB vaccine tested on aboriginals, but living conditions not fixed: research
METRO NewsCanadian government tested TB vaccine on natives in 1930s: research
Featuring comments by Maureen Lux, associate professor of History, on how government officials tested tuberculosis vaccines on impoverished aboriginal people during the 1930s instead of fixing poor living conditions that spread the disease

July 29: 24 Hours “Motivating students to make the grade through feedback”
Interview with Michael Armstrong, associate professor in the Goodman School of Business’ Department of Finance, Operations & Information Systems, about a student learning research project that he is working on that evaluates the impact of giving students extra feedback during a course

July 30: The SiloOntario Wine Industry’s Strategic Focus in the Global Marketplace with Prof. Voronov
Maxim Voronov, associate professor of Strategic Management at the Goodman School of Business and Fellow of the Cold Climate Oenology and Viticulture Institute (CCOVI) describes his wine marketing research

July 31: St. Catharines Standard (community voices) “Science Bright and Dark” by Ian Brindle, special advisor and professor, Chemistry

Aug. 2: Toronto Star (commentary/opinion) “Army-Muslim Brotherhood feud has dire consequences for Egypt’s future” by John Sainsbury, professor of history at Brock who lived in Egypt for five years in the 1980s, teaching at the American University in Cairo

Aug. 5: Globe & Mail (commentary) “Something wicked this way comes, unseen” by John Sainsbury, professor of History

Aug. 6: AM 1150 CKBL (Kelowna) “Early Edition”
Interview with Dan Malleck, associate professor, Applied Health Sciences, about the history of drug and alcohol regulation and prohibition in Canada in response to Trudeau’s pro-pot legalization comments

Aug. 7: Hamilton Spectator (commentary) “It is past time for a retail revolution; Lousy, low-paying jobs can, and must, be transformed and retail workers valued,” by Kendra Coulter, assistant professor, Labour Studies

Aug. 7: Niagara Falls Review (Regional section) “Regulations keeping Niagara from becoming Detroit
Featuring comments by David Siegel, professor, Political Science, on the differences between municipalities going bankrupt in Canada and the U.S.

For more examples of Brock faculty news appearances, please check out the “Researchers in the news” section of Research Services website.

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