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Posted May 22, 2020 by Karen Sequeira
David Black Webinar Conspiracy Theories

With COVID-19 has come a contagion of virus-related conspiracy theories too. In this webinar with Dr. David Black, we explore the common features of these conspiracy theories and how they can sometimes have a certain "logic" factor to them, despite their irrationality. We learn what conspiracy theory is, how it affects society, why it appeals to people and how it has long endured in Western culture.

Posted April 17, 2020 by Michael James
The YEG Makers

One of the greatest parts of going back to school is relearning how to learn.

Posted March 4, 2020 by Payten Jackson
School of Communication and Culture - Payten Jackson - Learn to Adapt

A concept that has become of increased curiosity to me during my time as a student at Royal Roads University are the ways in which we determine our individual core competencies.

Posted February 3, 2020 by Philip Vannini

Would you carry a weapon if you were a soldier tasked with corralling wild elephants back into the bush? 

Posted November 27, 2019 by Kevin van Egdom
 2019 MAPC cohort

It’s Friday, the last day of my two-week MA in Professional Communication (MAPC) second year residency. I’ve already started packing to head home. And I haven’t been to class – not even once – since I’ve been on campus.