Charles Burton, associate professor of Political Science, was interviewed by Ezra Levant about China’s foreign policy for the Sun TV program The Source on Aug. 25. He also appeared in the Globe and Mail article “Canadian diplomatic trips to China accomplished little, U.S. ambassador says” on Aug. 24.
Adam Dickinson, associate professor of English Language and Literature, was interviewed for the article “$60,000 federal grant funds professor’s body-pollution poetry” in the St. Catharines Standard and Niagara Falls Review on Aug. 21.
John Kaethler, director of International Services and Programs Abroad, was quoted in the article “Foreign students must deal with cultural shock as they head to fall sessions” in the St. Catharines Standard and Niagara Falls Review on Aug. 28.
Garth Stevenson, Political Science professor, was quoted in the article “Layton’s Legacy: NDP will continue to chart course leader set” in the Niagara Falls Review on Aug. 29.
Don Cyr, associate professor of Finance, was quoted in the article “Feel secure: get weather insured” in the Hamilton Spectator on Aug. 30. He was also quoted in the Winnipeg Free Press article “Betting on the weather grows in popularity” on Aug. 27.
Tim O’Connell, associate professor of Recreation and Leisure Studies, was quoted in the article “Orientation program takes students to the great outdoors” in University Affairs.
Kevin Gosine, assistant professor of Sociology, was quoted in the Globe and Mail article “A rich turnout for Niagara’s ‘poor school’” on Aug. 31.
Paul Adachi, PhD candidate in Psychology, has received widespread media coverage for his research into video games and aggression. Articles include:
- “Study links competition to aggression” in the Montreal Gazette on Sept. 2
- “Competition and hot sauce lend new look at game aggression” in the St. Catharines Standard and Niagara Falls Review on Sept. 1
- “Study finds that competitive gaming can lead to aggressive behaviour” in examiner.com on Aug. 30
- “Video game competition, not violence, could be culprit to aggression, study says” in USA Today on Aug. 30
The annual residence move-in day was profiled in the article “4,000 new students swell Brock’s numbers to more than 18,000″ in the St. Catharines Standard on Sept. 6. The article also appeared in the Niagara Falls Review.