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The world needs people who understand media and communications. As a student in the Department of Communication, Media and Film, you’ll develop a critical perspective on how communication, media and film represent and shape contemporary life. You will also develop marketable research and communication skills.

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Department of Communication, Media and Film Study Abroad Award– Applications Due February 15th

CMF is excited to announce the Department of Communication, Media and Film Study Abroad Award!

Students in any of the Bachelor of Arts in Communication and Media Studies, and Bachelor of Arts in Film Studies, Bachelor of Communication and Media Studies, or Bachelor of Film Studies programs who have been accepted into a travel study program are eligible for the award. The candidate must be, at minimum, in a second year standing in their respective program.

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Students in any of the Bachelor of Arts in Communication and Media Studies, and Bachelor of Arts in Film Studies, Bachelor of Communication and Media Studies, or Bachelor of Film Studies programs who have been accepted into a travel study program are eligible for the Department of Communication, Media and Film Study Abroad Award. One scholarship of $1000 per year will be awarded, based on the calibre of the proposed travel study plan. 

Dr. Mél Hogan contributed a chapter to Publication, Fueling Culture: 101 Words for Energy and Environment. Edited by Imre Szeman, Jennifer Wenzel, and Patricia Yaeger. (Fordham University Press) 

"Fueling Culture offers a compendium of keywords written by scholars and practitioners from around the world and across the humanities and social sciences."

Dr. Hogan's entry is on (computer) "Servers" in a "keywords" approach to understanding the broad impact fossil fuels have on contemporary culture and politics.

You can see the chapter here: https://www.academia.edu/27915765/Servers_2017_

 

Dr. Jessalynn Keller, CMF Assistant Professor and author of "Girls' Feminist Blogging in a Postfeminist Age speaks to CSMonitor.com about girls’ and women’s use of digital media technologies to challenge sexism in the article How to combat sexism in 2017? With an app, of course.