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Posted December 15, 2016 by Julia Jahansoozi and Virginia McKendry

On Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2016, we were gifted with the opportunity of presenting a research webinar for the Canadian Public Relations Society (CPRS), where we introduced initial findings of our pilot study entitled “Narratives of Pioneering Women in Public Relations in Canada.” In this post, we share more about this exciting research collaboration of ours that is currently brewing in RRU’s School of Communication and Culture, and how the public relations professional community is helping us refine and define our research.

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Posted October 27, 2016 by Jenn Maxwell

On Thursday November 10 from 12:00pm to 1:30pm the School of Communication and Culture’s Advisory Council Chair, Steve Chinn, will host a Lunch & Learn session about Communicating Complexity. The event is open to staff, faculty and students. Please join us on campus in the Centre for Dialogue or online via Livestream.

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Posted October 13, 2016 by Julia Jahansoozi

We are all getting rather excited, as we are getting closer to the start of our Overseas Residency in beautiful Castellon in Spain for our MA Intercultural and International Communication (Blended) students!  Recently we sent out some information about travel routes to Castellon - there are many ways to arrive in Castellon that it truly depends upon your favourite mode of transportation, your favourite airline if you are collecting points, or possibly the one with the best pricing.

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Posted June 30, 2016 by Jennifer Walinga
Royal Roads is an Athlete Friendly University!

Royal Roads University has signed a partnership agreement with GamePlan which offers career and educational support to Canada’s elite athletes in partnership with Sport Canada and the Canadian Olympic/Paralympic Committees.

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Posted June 21, 2016 by Joe Couto
Joe Couto

How do you change an embedded culture?  How do you move organizations and their members from a deeply rooted organizational ethos to something new and reflective of today’s diverse society?  These are questions that academic researchers in the field of organizational communication increasingly face today.

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