Here’s a look at some of the media attention Brock University received recently.
Olympics amid controversies: Assistant Professor of Sport Management Taylor McKee spoke to CP24 about controversies surrounding the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics and the need to ensure Olympic Games are watched and remembered in terms of the global context in which they occurred.
Brock University students head back to campus in phased return to in-person learning: The beginning of Brock University’s phased return to in-person learning for the Winter Term, as well as the health measures that go along with it, were discussed in articles from The St. Catharines Standard and CHCH.
Canada’s men’s soccer team beats USA, moves one step closer to the World Cup: Assistant Professor of Sport Management Michael Naraine spoke to CHCH about the performance of the Canadian men’s soccer team and assessed its increased chances of qualifying for the World Cup.
A new database reveals how much humans are messing with evolution: Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences Kiyoko Gotanda spoke to WIRED about an overall decline in the body size of animals due to climate change and other human influences.
Government involvement in sports: Assistant Professor of Recreation and Leisure Studies Kyle Rich spoke to CityNews 570’s Kitchener Today program at the 1:23:30 mark about the Olympics, politics and sport participation.
Disclosing workplace relationships and other issues of business ethics: Professor of Business Ethics Paul Dunn spoke to Newstalk 610 CKTB about companies that require employees to disclose when they have relationships with each other, as well as other questions of business ethics related to music streaming and Olympic sponsorship.
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