By Jena Lynde-Smith

Eleven Journalism and Communication students have been named finalists in the 2022 Emerge Media Awards.

The annual awards, sponsored and hosted by the University of Guelph-Humber in Toronto, celebrate and showcase the achievements of Canadian postsecondary students in journalism, photography, graphic design and communications disciplines.

Carleton’s School of Journalism and Communication (SJC) students have secured finalist positions in seven of the award categories. The finalists include seven Bachelor of Journalism (BJ) students, three Master of Journalism (MJ) students, and one Bachelor of Communication and Media Studies (BCoMs) student. Winners will be announced between Apr. 11-15. See the full listing of SJC finalists below.


Spencer Colby (BCoMs), A Year In Review

Written Word: Editorial or Column

Janson Duench (BJ), The worst has passed for Ottawa’s LRT, now it’s time to reap the benefits, The Charlatan

Written Word: News Story

Pippa Norman (BJ), Local artist showcases toadstools in street art treasure hunt, The Charlatan

Morgana Adby & Sember Woods, Ontario nursing shortage could worsen as many young nurses now say they want out: survey, Capital Current

Audio Storytelling

Hermona Kuluberhan (MJ), Sisterhood in the diaspora, SoundCloud

Written Word: Feature Story

Isaac Phan Nay (BJ) , Paved Paradise: The fate of the Kilborn Allotment Gardens

Video Documentary

Safiyah Marhnouj (BJ) & Emma Jackson (BJ), Whose Holidays?, The 25th Hour

Multimedia Production

Jonathan Got (MJ) & Morgane Wauquier (MJ), Canada-U.S border community reflects on the impact of frontier restrictions, longs for return to binational normal, Capital Current


Friday, April 8, 2022 in , ,
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