Brock Media Clips for Monday, Oct. 21

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

Canada’s first year of cannabis legalization going out on a high: Associate Professor of Operations Research Michael Armstrong recently spoke with 14 media outlets, including CBC, The Toronto Star, The Winnipeg Free Press and Global News, about the one-year anniversary of recreational marijuana becoming legal in Canada.

Are Psychopaths Sexy?: A Psychology Today article that examined why men who had psychopathic traits were rated more desirable by women featured research from Child and Youth Studies PhD student Kristopher Brazil.

Artist brings Niagara scenes to Welland Wall of Art: The paintings of Brock alumna Robin Nisbet (BA ’15) were showcased in a Welland Tribune article, which also discussed the Port Colborne native’s decision to complete a degree in Studio Art at Brock.

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