MRU Media: 5/08/2020
This report is a weekday roundup of news about MRU, faculty experts, students and alumni, and other topics of interest.
MRU in the News
Professor’s expertise in gender-based violence sought by emergency planners: Nursing prof advises agencies ahead of COVID-19 lockdowns: https://mru.ca/421e (Education News Canada – Cathy Carter-Snell, Caroline McDonald-Harker, faculty)
Students/experts/alum in the news
Cities chosen as NHL hubs won’t likely see an economic boost: https://mru.ca/331 (CBC News – David Legg, faculty)
Leanna Biggar, helping businesses using fresh ideas and strong strategy: https://mru.ca/e4c0 (Chestermere Anchor – Leanna Biggar, alumna)
Letters: Criticism of Dr. Tam shameful, unhelpful: https://mru.ca/5c59 (Edmonton Journal – Duane Bratt, faculty)
Wonder Woman Vs Superman: Who Would Win?: https://mru.ca/c8c7a (CBR.com – Richie Nguyen, alumnus)
Also worth noting
Post-secondary schools face rough autumn if pandemic keeps foreign students away: https://mru.ca/d21c (CBC News)
International students determined to study in Canada despite coronavirus: https://mru.ca/2a72 (CIC News)
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