Brock Media Clips for Monday, Aug. 14

Here’s a look at some of the media attention Brock University received recently.

Why popular tourist towns are becoming Silicon Valley copycats: Business incubator BioLinc within Brock’s Goodman School of Business was highlighted by CNBC in recent coverage about popular tourism communities nurturing start-up companies.

Why students are choosing to go to college in Canada instead of the United States: Brock University Director of International Services Leigh-Ellen Keating received additional coverage on after being quoted in a story last week about increased interest in Canada for post-secondary students from abroad.

Brock’s Dirty Badger Trail Race expands for 2017: Growth of the Dirty Badger Trail Race and the anticipation for its arrival on campus was featured in an article on the Erie Media website.

Terry Fox Run moves to Brock: Brock University President Dr. Gervan Fearon is quoted in the St. Catharines Standard about welcoming the Terry Fox Run to campus. The story was featured in all Postmedia Niagara dailies and weeklies. A separate story about Brock hosting the popular September event was also featured on the website of local radio station EZ Rock 105.7.

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