Brock Media Clips for Friday, Jan. 7

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

Tackling the ‘she-covery’: Niagara Falls nurse champions higher education to combat COVID-19’s economic woes: Associate Professor of Sociology and Associate Dean of Social Sciences Kate Bezanson spoke to the St. Catharines Standard about the disproportionate impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had on women in the labour market.

Brain food: Studies are starting to zero in on the why and how of the diet-brain connection: Associate Professor of Health Sciences Rebecca MacPherson discussed the connection between a poor diet and Alzheimer’s disease in an article from the Toronto Star.

Dundas researcher aims to study young people’s alone time preferences: Professor of Educational Studies Sandra Bosacki spoke to the Hamilton Spectator about research she is leading to learn more about how teens and pre-teens spend their time alone.

‘Let’s keep going’: How history informs the push to restore the IIHF Women’s World U18 Championship: Brock University women’s hockey coach Margot Page spoke to The Athletic about the unequal treatment historically faced by women’s hockey teams and how those conditions have changed in the last three decades.

ON institutions launch, reopen COVID-19 vaccination clinics: COVID-19 vaccination clinics taking place at Brock University were featured in an article from Academica.

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