Brock Media Clips for Thursday, Aug. 10

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

Why students are choosing to go to college in Canada instead of the United States: Brock University Director of International Services Leigh-Ellen Keating is quoted in a CNBC story about the increased interest in Canada for post-secondary students from abroad.

Brock University names Marty Williamson interim head coach of men’s hockey team: Brock announced Wednesday it had hired the former Niagara IceDogs coach to lead the Badgers men’s team. The story was picked up by the St. Catharines Standard, Niagara This Week and EZ Rock 105.7.

Brock prof on Blue Collar PhD: Associate Professor Lynn Arner, who studies how socioeconomic backgrounds and gender shape the careers of English professors, was interviewed for a column on Inside Higher Ed.

Making the most of my summer: Third-year Business Communications student Josh Lopez wrote a column for the Kitchener-Waterloo Record about how the Canada Summer Jobs program is helping him.

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