Weekly media scan: May 27 to June 2
Faculty in the news
Daze Magazine – Inclusive Islam: How do we get through to Islamophobes? Dr. Junaid Jahangir, economics, wrote an op/ed about Islamophobes and Muslim homophobes
Star Metro – Experts alarmed as UCP government pulls support for group tracking conversion therapy in Alberta Dr. Junaid Jahangir, economics, was interviewed for this story.
City TV – Conversion therapy gone? Dr. Kris Wells, Faculty of Health and Community Studies was interviewed for this story.
City TV – MacEwan celebrates Pride Month This clip is not available
Global TV – MacEwan raises rainbow and transgender flags This clip is not available
Global TV –Dr. Kris Wells, Faculty of Health and Community Studies was interviewed about the UCP ending the conversion therapy working group. This clip is not available
Edmonton Journal – Clinical psychologist warns of dangers of high porn users Dr. Cory Hruska, psychology, was interviewed for this article.
General stories in the news
Bonnyville Nouvelle –Discussions are underway to possibly develop a rural nursing program in Bonnyville.
Global TV –Third-year student, psychology, Anika Gahun was interviewed for this story.
CBC –Dr. Wanda Costen, dean, School of Business was one of the panel members at this event.
CBC –This annual event is hosted at MacEwan University
Regina Leader Post –This annual event is hosted at MacEwan University
Gateway –A feature on MacEwan’s rooftop beehives
Arts and culture in the news
Edmonton Journal –Sessional instructor Marty Majorowicz, Department of Music was interviewed for this feature.
Edmonton Journal –Kat Danser in an instructor in the Department of Music
Alumni in the news
The Guardian (UK) –The lead researcher of this report, is Dr. Jennifer Lavers. She completed her first two years in the Faculty of Arts and Science before transferring to the U o A to complete her undergraduate degree.