Feb. 14, 2017 11:30 – 2:30 York University Senate Chamber N940 Ross Building Participants: Rob Heynen (Communication Studies, York University) Robert Latham (Political Science, York University) Emily van der Meulen (Criminology, Ryerson University) Alok Mukherjee (Criminology, Ryerson University) Jonathan Obar (Communication Studies, York University) Evan Light (Communication Studies, Glendon, York University) Bahar Nasirzadeh (Communication and Culture, […]
The Department is currently undergoing a University-mandated review of our Program. Some of you may have received a request to fill in an online survey. That part of the review of students' views of the Department is now over (and thanks to all who filled it in), but there is another opportunity for you to […]
On February 3, Communication Studies Chair, Professor David Skinner, along with PhD students in the York & Ryerson Joint Graduate Program in Communication and Culture -Amanda Oye, Margaret Reid, Joseph Turcotte and Emilia Zboralska - appeared before the Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) in Gatineau, Québec at the Commission’s review of the policy framework for local community television. The […]
Deadline for proposals: Monday, 9 November. Graduating BA students and new Grad students are welcome to apply to present at the third-annual “Future Communications” conference, hosted by the Joint Ryerson-York Grad Program in Communication & Culture ("ComCult") on Friday, December 11. The event is intended especially to support the development of student researchers in early stages. […]
Thursday, October 22, 2015 2:30-4:30 p.m. TEL 3001 Always wondered what is involved in applying to Graduate School? Professor Anne MacLennan from the Graduate Communication and Culture Program, York/Ryerson, will be available to answer your questions.
This course is specifically designed to help students entering into their fourth year of study to gain experience in the workplace. Students have the opportunity to work in a variety of organizations including not-for-profit, for-profit, charity and community organizations. The course meets in class approximately one third of the time (in September, December, January and […]
The 2015/16 COMN Calendar is now available! Students admitted under the old criteria (FW 2009- Summer 2012) please refer to this mini-calendar 2015/16 COMN Calendar (FORMER RULES) IMPORTANT NOTE - Hard-copies of the current academic calender are no longer available.2015/16 COMN Calendar
With a room full of family, friends, staff and faculty in attendance, a group of outstanding students in the Departments of Social Science and Communication Studies received a total of 40 awards at a ceremony held on November 19, 2014 in the Underground Restaurant. The awards in the Department of Communication Studies were given to […]