Researchers in the news

Researchers in the news

Science not enough to get message out
Owen Sound Sun Times, November 3, 2015

LaFleche: Time to change debate on climate
St. Catharines Standard, November 2, 2015; also appearing in Chatham Daily News and the Simcoe Reformer

Last weekend, the strongest hurricane ever recorded slammed the coast of Mexico 
Erie Media, October 31, 2015

How to ration your kids candy - CHCH - Your Superstation 
CHCH TV, October 30, 2015 

Goodbye to the age of ‘little emperors’; Ending the one-child policy was long overdue in a country facing dire social effects and an aging population
The Globe and Mail, October 30, 2015

The realpolitik of Niagara’s economy 
St. Catharines Standard, October 30, 2015

CBC Radio One Whitehorse
CBC Radio One Whitehorse, October 29, 2015

Niagara needs to develop a “knowledge” economy that would build on the region’s strengths, says a new policy brief 
Erie Media, October 29, 2015

Eliminate ‘tap-on, tap-off’ funding
St. Catharines Standard, October 28, 2015

Our engagement with China should hinge on more than short-term economic benefit
The Globe and Mail, October 26, 2015

Highest voter turnout in 22 years
St. Catharines Standard, October 22, 2015

Young women preparing to enter the business world tend to see teasing, isolation, and other relationship-oriented actions as being ... Erie Media, October 22, 2015

Brock study explores gender differences in workplace bullying perceptions (CA)
Substantial Disruption, October 22, 2015

Trudeau victory may bolster chances for FTA with China - World - 
China Daily, October 21, 2015

Voting day primer ; Haven’t closely followed the longest, most expensive election campaign in modern Canadian history?
Stratford Beacon-Herald, October 19, 2015

Brock University has moved up the ranks in a yearly national report that tracks research and development performance indicators.  
Erie Media, October 19, 2015

Many voters still weighing options as election day nears
St. Catharines Standard, October 17, 2015

Jay Z appeared in court on Wednesday to testify in a trial about the alleged use of a sample in his 1999 hit song, October 16, 2015

Can technology facilitate academic independence for students who face significant learning challenges? That’s the question that ...
Mohawk Matters, October 16, 2015

Precarious work barely registers in campaign; Only NDP, Greens are addressing the issue of steadily declining job quality, labour expert says
Toronto Star, October 13, 2015

Seclusion rooms in schools do more harm than good, experts say 
CBC News, October 12, 2015

Craig Hyatt, Sport Management Professor Brock University on Blue Jays: News Talk 610 CKTB –Tim Denis in the Morning
610 CKTB, October 7, 2015

Nationalism Driving Factor Behind Current Success Of Blue Jays
Country 94 CHSJ, October 10, 2015

Brock hosts international social justice symposium | Erie Media
Erie Media, October 9, 2015

Greek wine in spotlight at event
St. Catharines Standard, October 9, 2015

Brock University climate change researchers are among dozens of experts contributing to a national report, Acting on Climate Change
Erie Media, October 8, 2015

Politicians lambast Brock prof’s critical column
Niagara This Week, October 7, 2015

Tim Denis in the Morning
Newstalk 610 CKTB, October 8, 2015

A Few Key Points From An International Relations Expert At Niagara, Ontario’s Brock University On The Trans-Pacific Partnership Trade Niagara At Large, October 7, 2015

Why are Canada’s party leaders ignoring China?; Voters should demand specific answers on how our political parties would address the Chinese challenge to our interests and values
The Globe and Mail, October 6, 2015

Striking a perfect balance between passions
St. Thomas-Elgin Weekly News, October 6, 2015

Polls less reliable in era of cellphones and telemarketing
National Post, October 6, 2015

What makes a pollster blush?
Montreal Gazette, October 6, 2015

Modern era not kind to pollsters
Calgary Herald, October 6, 2015

A lesson on Mars: Water, wonder and humility
Simcoe Reformer, October 6, 2015; also in The Brantford Expositor

The modern heirs of Odysseus; Why do we celebrate tall tales of adventurers, but balk at desperate migrants who may lie to reach their goal?
The Globe and Mail, October 5, 2015

A shooting took place at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon by am900chml, October 3, 2015

Minimum wage hike said too low
The St. Catharines Standard, October 2, 2015

News Talk 610 CKTB: Boost to minimum wage isn’t the solution says Brock Prof
610 CKTB, October 1, 2015

News Now PM
CHCH Hamilton, October 1, 2015