Brock Media Clips for Friday, Nov. 5

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

Discussing the Kyle Beach story: Assistant Professor of Sport Management Michele Donnelly spoke to Newstalk 610 CKTB about the sexual assault of former Chicago Blackhawks player Kyle Beach and its impact on the world of hockey.

Why demisexuality is as real as any sexual orientation: Professor of Health Sciences Anthony Bogaert noted the importance of discussing and learning about the variability that exists within the asexual community in a BBC article about demisexuality.

The race to make indoor air safer ahead of another COVID-19 winter: Dave McArthur, Brock’s Director, Facilities and Services, spoke about methods of air purification that are being used at the University in an article by University Affairs.

GTA teachers on sick leaves have doubled: Has pandemic burnout taken a toll?: Professor of Child and Youth Studies Dawn Zinga and Associate Professor of Child and Youth Studies Danielle Sirianni Molnar spoke to The Toronto Star about research they are conducting to gauge the mental state of Ontario teachers during the COVID-19 pandemic.

How corn mazes are echoes of ancient legends and traditions: Assistant Professor of Classics Adam Rappold spoke about the historical origins and uses of mazes in an article from FOX Weather that discussed modern corn mazes.

Searching for ways to clean up wastewater: Professor of Economics Diane Dupont spoke to SaskToday about research she is participating in to examine how plants can clean up wastewater from oil sands operations as well as the Canadian public’s perception of these methods.

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