In recent media appearances, Brock experts and senior leaders discussed the application of laws related to alcohol sales, a wellness program for veterans, research at Crawford Lake, the rising number of job actions in Niagara and a new PhD program.
Two restaurants say Ontario unfairly revoked their rights to sell booze: Professor of Health Sciences Dan Malleck spoke to the CBC about flexibility that can be applied when determining which businesses can sell alcohol.
Brock researchers bringing mindfulness theories to Niagara veterans: Brock Adjunct Professor of Education Tiffany Hunt spoke to the St. Catharines Standard about Comrades in Well-being, a wellness program that has been launched to support veterans’ mental health.
The Anthropocene is not just a matter of science, it is also a sensitive experience: Professors of Earth Sciences Francine McCarthy and Michael Pisaric spoke to France’s Usbek and Rica about their ongoing research at Crawford Lake, which was recently selected by an international group of experts as the location that best records the start of a new epoch in geologic time. McCarthy also discussed her Crawford Lake research with Japan’s Nikkei.
Time to strike?: Rising number of job actions in Niagara sign that workers are fed up, experts say: Professor of Labour Studies Larry Savage spoke to the St. Catharines Standard about factors that have led to a rising number of job actions in Niagara.
Brock launches PhD in Applied Behaviour Analysis: Associate Professor of Applied Disability Studies Kimberley Zonneveld was quoted in an Academica article that discussed Brock’s new PhD program in Applied Behaviour Analysis.