Here’s a look at some of the media attention Brock University received recently.
Poor communications undermine trust in Ontario’s vaccine plan: experts: Assistant Professor of Communication, Popular Culture and Film Duncan Koerber discussed crisis communications in a CBC article about the Government of Ontario’s COVID-19 communication strategy.
International Women’s Day: Can COVID-19 bring sea change to private sector, public policy? Associate Professor of Sociology and Associate Dean of Social Sciences Kate Bezanson spoke to CTV about systemic issues faced by women in the workforce.
Dundas, Ont., restaurant installs thermal and mask kiosk for employees and patrons: Assistant Professor of Digital Humanities Aaron Mauro talked to CBC about new technology being used to screen customers as they enter restaurants. Mauro also spoke about cybersecurity on CBC’s The Morning Edition.
Brock University completes construction on expanded fitness facility: The completion of Brock’s newly expanded 15,500 square foot Zone Fitness Centre was the subject of a Newstalk 610 CKTB article.
Canada’s provinces and territories should disclose cannabis data to support research: Associate Professor of Operations Research Michael Armstrong spoke to CHML 900 about the reporting of legal cannabis sales.
Brock University teaming up with NRP to prepare for potential St. Patrick’s Day celebrations: A partnership between Brock University, the Brock University Students’ Union and the Niagara Regional Police to prevent in-person St. Patrick’s Day gatherings that would violate current physical distancing regulations was the subject of a Newstalk 610 CKTB article.
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