Here’s a look at some of the media attention Brock University received recently.
Niagara in the Morning comes to Brock: Newstalk 610 CKTB’s Niagara in the Morning broadcast was live from Brock University’s Rankin Family Pavilion on Friday, Nov. 12 and featured interviews with Interim President Lynn Wells, Associate Vice-President, Research Michelle McGinn, Director of the Brock LINC Farzana Crocco, Brock University Students’ Union President Rafay Rehan, Assistant Professor of Sport Management Michael Naraine, Director of Co-op, Career and Experiential Education Cara Krezek and Manager of Communications and Media Relations Dan Dakin.
Remembrance Day: Flag-raising discussions in Canada pose questions about residential schools and what we remember: Brock University Associate Professor of Educational Studies Trevor Norris spoke to 630 CHED about bout how to honour veterans for Remembrance Day while also respecting the Indigenous children who died in residential schools.
Why do we want to watch comedies that make us cry? The creators of CBC’s Sort Of have some ideas: Assistant Professor of Communication, Popular Culture and Film Liz Clarke spoke to CBC about the rise of genre-fluid television projects.
Here’s how some in northwestern Ontario are reflecting on Treaties Recognition Week: Interdisciplinary Humanities PhD candidate Joshua Manitowabi spoke to CBC about the importance of treaties and the role Indigenous people and all Canadians have in honouring them.
What parents need to know about COVID-19 vaccine for children aged five to 11: Associate Professor of Health Sciences Adam MacNeil was quoted by the St. Catharines Standard in an article about giving the COVID-19 vaccine to children.
Brock University team examining pandemic communication in Niagara: The research of a team led by the Brock University Library to examine the communication strategies of various local organizations during the COVID-19 pandemic was the subject of a Newstalk 610 CKTB article.
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