Brock in the News October 17

Brock names interim presidentBrock University has named Tom Traves as its new Interim President. Traves comes to Brock with 18 years of experience as President of Dalhousie University and a strong track record of leadership in higher education: CBC, Global News, The Globe and Mail, Toronto StarBrock renames road after Métis business womanLongtime Brock supporter and Board of Trustees member Suzanne Rochon-Burnett is remembered for her commitment to empowering and educating Indigenous youth, with the University commemorating her work by renaming a road on-campus in her honour: St. Catharines StandardInside the 38-bed Manitoba hospital where babies were switched at birth and they ‘were always short staffed’The National Post highlights Maureen Lux’s research and book “Separate Beds: A History of Indian Hospitals in Canada,” detailing the segregated healthcare system and the impact it had on Indigenous families.Brock studying insect migration Leading Zika expert Fiona Hunter continues her research on mosquitos, explaining in Newsweek and the St. Catharines Standard that warming climates could potentially attract insects further north into Ontario.Charles Kissi signs contract extension with Brock men’s basketballTSN and St Catharines Standard recently sat down with Brock men’s basketball coach Charles Kissi to discuss his recent three-year contract extension with the Badgers.