Communication is Everyday Life
Fundamental to the way we live, and vital to nearly every human relationship, industry sector and professional field, communication and media are among the most relevant, exciting and powerful subjects you can choose to study.
Communication and Media Studies provides a foundation like no other for facing the challenges of contemporary society. Learning how to evaluate, manage and influence the constant flow of messages from all directions is a significant skillset with real-world impact.
Communication and Media Studies will help you better understand our media-saturated landscape, and how we interact with one another. It empowers you to think widely and critically about the people and mechanisms that influence the world around us.
Lauriault’s Open Smart City research is shaping Canadian cities
The ground breaking research on Open Smart Cities led by Tracey P. Lauriault in collaboration with OpenNorth Canada's leading civil society organization on open data and funded by Natural Resource... More
Q and A with Sarah MacLean: Winner of the 2019 Canadian Journal of Communication Best...
Carleton PhD student Sarah MacLean was awarded this year’s Canadian Journal of Communication (CJC) Paper Award during the 14th Annual Communication Graduate Caucus (CGC) Conference. She was selected as the... More
INSIDIOUS – Grad Student Conference a Huge Success!
The School of Journalism and Communication hosted the 14th annual Communication Graduate Caucus (CGC) Conference last week, a two-day event that attracted over a hundred communications students from across the... More
Critical Conversations: Reinventing the Media in Canada for the 21st Century
With major changes set to take place to the Broadcasting Act, the Telecommunications Act, and the Copyright Act—and with global Internet giants like Google, Facebook, and Netflix coming under increased... More
Professor Benjamin Woo Wins 2019 Teaching Achievement Award at Carleton University
Assistant Professor Benjamin Woo has received a 2019 Carleton University Teaching Achievement Award. This award is intended to enhance teaching and the quality of instruction at Carleton University, while recognizing... More
Crisis and Emergency-Risk Communication in Grenada: Q and A with Dr. Josh Greenberg
Dr. Joshua Greenberg, Professor and Director of Carleton’s School of Journalism and Communication, recently visited Grenada in the Eastern Caribbean Region as part of an international delegation selected by the... More
Q and A with Visiting Professor Petr Szczepanik
Dr. Petr Szczepanik has joined the School of Journalism and Communication for the winter term 2019 as a Visiting Professor in Communication and Media Studies. Dr. Szczepanik is an Associate... More