Brock Media Clips for Friday, March 9

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

Brock expects ‘great stuff’ from research funding: Brock University’s Vice-President, Research Tim Kenyon was quoted in a St. Catharines Standard article about the increase in federal funding for research, calling the 25 per cent increase over previous years “a remarkable investment.”

Christine Daigle on Radio-Canada: Brock University Philosophy Professor and Director of the Posthumanism Research Institute did a radio interview with the French-language Radio-Canada Sudbury Thursday about post-humanism and vulnerability.

At Brock University, the show is in the stands: The Hamilton Spectator has written a story about the success of the Brock Sports programs such as the Meridian Centre games and the push for more engagement by students.

Here are 10 Women’s Day ideas that could make the world a better place: Sociologist Andrea Doucet was quoted in an Ottawa Citizen article about International Women’s Day. Doucet says encouraging men to take paternity leave disrupts deeply rooted ideas about men and work.

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