Here’s a look at some of the media attention Brock University received recently.
Exploring the historic Shickluna Shipyard: Kimberly Monk, Archaeologist and Adjunct Professor with the Brock University Department of History, spoke to Newstalk 610 CKTB about the new discoveries that are being made at the historic Shickluna Shipyard in downtown St. Catharines.
What to expect from the Pope’s apology: Professor of Child and Youth Studies Shannon Moore spoke to Newstalk 610 CKTB about what she expects to be included in an apology from the Pope to Indigenous Peoples for the Catholic Church’s role in the residential school system.
How extreme heat affects your body — and what are the warning signs: Professor of Kinesiology Stephen Cheung spoke to The Toronto Star about the physical impact hot weather can have on people as well as strategies that can be used to help someone in distress due to the heat.
Controversy continues for Hockey Canada: Brock University Associate Professor of Sport Management Michael Naraine spoke to Newstalk 610 CKTB about the ongoing controversy that continues to surround Hockey Canada as further reviews take place in the wake of sexual assault allegations.
UNB, Georgian, Brock honour Truth and Reconciliation: An initiative inviting members of the Brock community to decorate paper hearts that aim to remember and honour those who suffered in residential schools as well as through other forms of colonial violence was featured in Academica.
Brock expert says the approval of the COVID vaccine for young children is a ‘monumental step’: Associate Professor of Health Sciences Adam MacNeil spoke to Newstalk 610 CKTB about the significance of Health Canada’s approval of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine for children between six months and five years old.
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