Here’s a look at some of the media attention Brock University received recently.
Ridings to watch: St. Catharines: Ahead of the upcoming federal election, Brock Students Rebecca Van Massenhoven, Saideepak Vuppu, Kailene Jackson and Nour Hagi discussed issues that are important to young voters in a CPAC report about the St. Catharines riding.
Why do we lie?: A recent episode of the Brains On! podcast featured an interview with Associate Professor of Psychology Angela Evans, who spoke about different ways to tell if someone is lying.
Brock launches drone certificate program: A new non-credit program that will see participants learn how to legally fly drones for real-world applications was highlighted in the St. Catharines Standard and featured quotes from the Environmental Sustainability Research Centre’s Acting Director Marilyne Jollineau. The program was also discussed on Newstalk 610 CKTB and CHML 900.
Bianca Boom: Canadian tennis star Andreescu moves the needle in a big way: Mike Naraine, an Assistant Professor of Sport Management who will begin teaching at Brock in January, examined the strategic growth of tennis star Bianca Andreescu’s social media presence and sponsorship opportunities in articles that ran in the Globe and Mail, Toronto Star and dozens of other French- and English-language papers.
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