Brock Media Clips for Friday, April 12

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

Spotlight: Craft brewing: Craft brewing in Niagara and the Goodman School of Business’ Wednesday, April 10 Business Matters: Crafting the Brand event were mentioned by Associate Professor of Marketing Todd Green in a Newstalk 610 CKTB interview. Craft brewing was also included in a Waterloo Region Record article about Brock alumnus Scott Pautler’s (BAcc ’11) new Wave Maker Craft Brewing and Distillery business in Preston, Ont.

Shields fights a bigger battle than the one against hammer: Associate Professor of Kinesiology Cathy Van Ingen discussed the discrepancy between participation and media coverage in women’s sports in a article about boxer Claressa Shields.

Quick canola recovery unlikely: China expert: The effects of China’s ongoing blockade against Canadian canola imports was discussed by Associate Professor of Political Science Charles Burton in a Western Producer article.

Brock professor suggests National Women’s Hockey League’s expansion into Canada can ‘generate more opportunity’: In a St. Catharines Standard article, Associate Professor of Sport Management Julie Stevens spoke about the National Women’s Hockey League’s ability to approach sponsors, consumers and fans in Canada after the recent collapse of the Canadian Women’s Hockey League.

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