Brock Media Clips for Friday, Aug. 21

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

People with COVID-19 often lie about symptoms, Brock University research finds: A research project around truth-telling for those with COVID-19 which was co-authored by PhD student Alison O’Connor and Associate Professor of Psychology Angela Evans was written about in the St. Catharines Standard, 610 CKTB, Niagara at Large and in an upcoming CBC article.

Using Hamilton’s parking app could send your personal data into the U.S.: Assistant Professor of Communications, Pop Culture and Film Karen Louise Smith was interviewed by CBC Hamilton for an article about the controversy around the privacy policy in the City of Hamilton’s parking app.

A well-educated work force is key to the recovery: Brock University President and Vice-Chancellor Gervan Fearon had an opinion piece published in The Globe and Mail highlighting the necessity of a well-educated workforce in Canada to recover from the social and economic effects of COVID-19.


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