Brock Media Clips for Friday, Aug. 2

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

All Brock University courses to offer experiential education options: Brock’s decision to introduce an experiential option for every program beginning this fall was featured in articles on the 610 CKTB website and Academica. Sandy Howe, Brock’s Associate Director of Experiential Education, also did a radio interview with 610 CKTB on the subject.

CHL Names Dan MacKenzie First Full-Time President: Alumnus Dan MacKenzie (BEd ’94) was the focus of an article by Independent Sports News after being recently named the first full-time president of the Canadian Hockey League.

40 Surprising Facts You Didn’t Know About Your Sleep: Brock University Psychology Professor Kimberly Cote shared insight into the most effective length of a nap in articles about sleep on Eat This, Not That and

Brock researchers awarded nearly $2 million in SSHRC funding: Associate Professor of Psychology Angela Evans did a radio interview with 610 CKTB to discuss her research on why children lie, while also touching on the recent awarding of nearly $2 million to Brock researchers and graduate students from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.

The long game: How to rescue baseball in Ottawa: In an article by the Ottawa Citizen, Associate Professor of Sport Management Craig Hyatt gave his thoughts on how to create hype around baseball in a community.

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