School of Journalism and Communication

School of Journalism and Communication

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Journalism and Communication

The School of Journalism and Communication offers undergraduate programs including the Bachelor of Journalism and Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies. In addition, we offer graduate programs including the Master of Journalism, Master of Arts in Communication, and PhD in Communication.

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Carleton grad to study migrant security threat on European journalism award

Carleton University journalism alumna Amanda Connolly is heading to Europe this autumn to research the security threat posed to Europe by poor integration of migrants as part of the EU-Canada Young Journalist Fellowship. Connolly, who graduated with high honours from the bachelor’s program at... More

Saturday, June 27th, 2015 in Journalism News Feed for all posts filed under Journalism News, News Feed for all posts filed under News

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Brady and Antoine to present on violence and indigenous identity at NAISA convention

Miranda J. Brady (Associate Professor, Communication) and Derek Antoine (Doctoral Candidate, Communication) are scheduled to present separate papers on the relationship between violence, media, and Indigenous identity at the Native American and Indigenous Studies Assn. Convention (NAISA) in... More

Monday, June 8th, 2015 in Communication News Feed for all posts filed under Communication News, News Feed for all posts filed under News

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Taekema wins provincial journalism award

Bachelor of Journalism student Dan Taekema has won student journalist of the year at the Ontario Newspaper Awards. “I was very surprised,” said the 23-year-old who won the award for work with The Chatham Daily News last summer. “It was an honour to be nominated, let alone win,” he added.... More

Tuesday, May 26th, 2015 in Journalism News Feed for all posts filed under Journalism News, News Feed for all posts filed under News

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Journalism alumna Sarah Kapoor completing production on her first feature film – The Bad Mother

After more than a decade as a documentarian and senior producer with the CBC, Carleton graduate Sarah Kapoor (MJ ’01) is wrapping production on her first feature-length dramatic comedy, The Bad Mother, a wry dispatch from the trenches of the Mommy Wars. The film follows Tara Dubay, a woman in her... More

Friday, May 22nd, 2015 in Journalism News Feed for all posts filed under Journalism News, News Feed for all posts filed under News

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