IN THE NEWS: Classroom meditation, athlete mental health, hospital spending and downtown hoops

In recent media appearances, Brock experts discussed meditation in the classroom, the mental health of student-athletes, the public’s perception of hospital executive spending and Brock’s Paint the Meridian Red doubleheader.

Mindfulness and meditation: a new way to engage the classroom: Brock Associate Professor of Health Sciences Pauli Gardner spoke about mindfulness practices implemented in the classroom in an article by University Affairs.

Brock, CMHA Niagara address student athlete mental health in pilot project research: A joint pilot project between Brock University and the Canadian Mental Health Association that aims to better support the mental health of student-athletes was the focus of a St. Catharines Standard article that featured Kinesiology Professor Philip Sullivan.

London hospital board didn’t OK executives’ $470K overseas trips: Duncan Koerber, Assistant Professor in Brock’s Department of Communication, Popular Culture and Film, spoke to the London Free Press about the public’s perception of an overseas trip taken by executives from London Health Sciences Centre that has been called into question.

Badgers going downtown for hoops: Paint the Meridian Red, the Brock basketball doubleheader taking over the Meridian Centre on Saturday, Nov. 25, was featured in a St. Catharines Standard article.

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