Here’s a look at some of the media attention Brock University received recently.
Brock psychologist awarded grant for research into lying: Associate Professor of Psychology Angela Evans is one of 14 researchers at Brock awarded $1.3 million in grants from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada. CHCH came to Brock to do a news segment on Evan’s research on lying. Evans was also included in a recent episode of the BBC Radio podcast Bringing up Britain. Her segment starts at 15:29.
With students arriving soon, Brock says landlords are needed: Brock University’s off-campus living staff is putting out the call for Niagara landlords and residents with some extra space. The St. Catharines Standard wrote about the push for more off-campus housing options, and 610 CKTB did a radio interview with Director of Student Life and Community Experience Brad Clarke.
Niagara Falls residents get help beating the heat: Professor of Kinesiology Stephen Cheung was quoted in a story by the Niagara Falls Review about how to handle extreme heat conditions. He was also featured in a segment about the issue live on Toronto television station CP24.
Can Niagara play to win in the sports tourism game? Julie Stevens, a professor in Brock’s Centre for Sport Capacity, was interviewed for a story in The St. Catharines Standard about her research around the Niagara sport tourism model.
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