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Posted July 5, 2019 by Jennifer Walinga
Taking the Lead on Safe Sport - Jennifer Walinga - School of Communication and Culture

I’m calling on Canada to take the lead on Good, Safe, Clean and True sport. Canada is best positioned, as a world moral leader (albeit shaky of late), to take the lead on good sport. Winning can only come with integrity. It’s the Canadian Way. As a professor and researcher in communication, I believe that leadership is communication and communication is crucial to leading change in the area of safe and good sport.

Posted February 27, 2019 by RRU Communications
Sheridan McVean - Communication Matters

As part of 'Communication Matters', a quarterly series hosted by the School of Communication and Culture, we were pleased to invite Sheridan McVean to speak to our BA in Professional Communication students about starting and growing a professional communication consulting company.

Posted February 20, 2019 by Jenn Maxwell
Dr. Tim Coombs - Transmedia Storytelling

Strategic communication faces many challenges as digital worlds alter the way organizations and stakeholders communicate with one another. In transmedia storytelling, each voice tells a story that adds uniquely to a larger story arc called the storyworld — the thread used to connect the various voices and creates consistency between the stories.

Dr. Timothy Coombs presents the basics of transmedia storytelling, how it can be applied to strategic communication, and two cases that show the potential value of adopting a transmedia storytelling approach.

Posted February 11, 2019 by Heather Burke

My experience in the Master of Arts in Professional Communications program was pretty amazing.

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