Here’s a look at some of the media attention Brock University received recently.
Brock will be offering COVID-19 vaccines to students: An article from Newstalk 610 CKTB and a live broadcast on CHCH Morning Live discussed COVID-19 vaccination clinics at Brock University that will be available to all registered students. The University’s Provost and Associate Vice-President, Academic, Lynn Wells, also spoke about the clinics in an interview with CKTB’s Tom McConnell.
Brock experts want action following discovery of unmarked graves at former residential schools: CKTB wrote a story after Faculty members from the Department of Child and Youth Studies published an open letter in light of the mass graves being found.
Brock University offering free chest binders and breast forms for students: A program from Brock’s Student Justice Centre that provides free breast forms and chest binders to Brock University students was the subject of an article that appeared in the St. Catharines Standard.
How ‘Ace Dad Advice’ creator helps and learns from his asexual community: Research from Professor of Health Sciences Anthony Bogaerts was included in articles from ABC’s Good Morning America and Medium about asexuality.
Evaluating the policies of the federal government: Instructor of Canadian Studies Ibrahim Berrada spoke to CBC radio stations across the country, including CBC Radio One in Whitehorse, about what the federal government accomplished prior to its summer break.
Pitch Better’s FoundHers Report finds that Black women entrepreneurs are highly educated and severely underfunded: Brock University President Gervan Fearon was quoted in a Yahoo! Finance article that discussed the publishing of a report supported by Brock that discusses the experiences of Black women entrepreneurs.
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