For information about convocation visit York Convocation website. Apply to graduate. Summer Communication Classes Summer Communication classes have been released, the list of courses that are available are above. Find out when you can enrol.
LaunchYU has partnered with York University's Division of Advancement & the Communication Studies Students Association to bring you the LaunchYU Speaker Series; a series featuring top York University alumni entrepreneurs. Each part of the series will aim to capture the real stories, challenges, successes and failures that they have encountered in their journeys. Speaker: Jay […]
March 5th, 2019 2pm-4pm Senate Chambers N940 Ross Building Wondering what to do with your Communication Studies degree? Want to meet York Alumni and other professionals working in the communications field? Connect with graduates from the Communication Studies program who are currently enjoying their careers and get the inside scoop on what it's really like […]
Prof. Anne MacLennan will be participating in a panel as Pathway of Hope, Breaking the Cycle of Poverty on February 26th. The talk will be held at The Salvation Army Scarbrough Citadel with the registration and reception at 8:30am and the talk beginning at 9am.
Our Social Science & Communication Studies Awards Ceremony (held jointly with the Department of Social Science), is scheduled for Tuesday, March 19th from 12 noon to 3 pm, in the big Event Hall on the Conference Room 215 (2nd floor) in the New Student Centre. The awards include: Penny Jolliffe Scholarship, Dalton Kehoe Prize, Eric Koch Award, Jerry Durlak […]
with Collaborators: Sarah Sharma (U. of Toronto), Rachel McHenry (Contemporary Textile Studio Co-op), Munira Amin (Contemporary Textile Studio Co-op). The grant was awarded for the Communication Beyond Words: Textile and Social Change project explores the history and relevance of textile as a universal medium of communication capable of addressing systemic global inequalities. This project argues that while textile […]
The Department of Communication studies, in partnership with the CSSA, is doing a call for submissions. Papers on Communication, policy and media are being accepted for our undergraduate student-run journal. Papers with original content and visuals are encouraged. The papers should be between 1500-6000 words. This is a great way for undergraduate students to get a […]
Great news! For the first time, the Field Experience Placement Course (4140, 6.0) will be available to all fourth year Communication Studies Majors, who are interested. Targeted toward students, who are interested in gaining experience in the workplace while earning credits, the course will be open for Fall/Winter 2019/2020 Students will have the opportunity to work […]
In Professor Petrick's class Communicating Social Movements (AP/COMN 3221 3.00) speaker, Brieanne Berry Crossfield discussed Beyond hashtag activism: BLM-TO and the media on February 14th, 2019 Brieanne Berry Crossfield is an organizer and communications specialist, with a focus on equity and public education. Both her non-profit and academic work is influenced by her deep commitment […]
Professor Obar’s article on Social Media Clickwraps and the “Manufacture of Consent” was featured on “The blog of the Stigler Center at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business”. The article discusses how internet users interact with the terms and conditions they are presented with when using online services. The whole article can be […]