Here’s a look at some of the media attention Brock University received recently.
Self-educating and speaking out essential for reconciliation, Indigenous lecturer says: Faculty of Education lecturer Stanley ‘Bobby’ Henry was quoted in a Toronto Star article where he discussed six steps for people to engage with the horrendous truth of residential schools in Canada.
How business schools are dealing with the rise in cryptocurrency: Professor of Finance Don Cyr spoke to Maclean’s about the need for a traditional approach when teaching finance students about the relatively new concept of cryptocurrencies.
All children need the same protection: Professor of Child and Youth Studies Rebecca Raby spoke to YourTV Niagara about the treatment of children under professional care with a specific focus on the unfolding tragedy of the location of more and more mass graves resulting from Canada’s residential school system.
Ottawa, B.C. reach deal on child-care funding, Trudeau announces: Associate Professor of Sociology and Associate Dean of Social Sciences Kate Bezanson was quoted in a Globe and Mail article in which she discussed the benefits of implementing a national day-care system.
Brock Badgers preparing to play again: The St. Catharines Standard wrote an article that discussed the return to play and schedules of many of Brock University’s varsity sports teams this fall.
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