Here’s a look at some of the media attention Brock University received recently.
Niagara rally Wednesday for Charlottesville victims: Zanab Jafry, a supervisor for Brock’s Student Justice Centre, was featured in a story by the St. Catharines Standard after helping to organize a rally in Niagara to support the victims of Charlottesville. The story also appeared in all Postmedia Niagara dailies and weeklies.
Burton: Chrystia Freeland’s disquieting silence around trade talks with China: Charles Burton, Associate Professor of Political Science at Brock, wrote an opinion piece that was published in the Ottawa Citizen about secrecy surrounding Canada’s trade talks with China. The article also appeared in the Montreal Gazette.
Brock neuroscientist studying early autism detection in the brain: The research of neuroscientist Sid Segalowitz, who is working to determine how early the development of autism can be detected in a child’s brain, was featured in a story on Erie Media’s website.
Speaking the international language of sport: Brock University’s involvement in the Niagara International Friendship Exchanges for Education program, which last week brought 17 basketball players from Japan to campus, was highlighted in coverage by Niagara This Week.
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