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CMF Assistant Professor of Environmental Media, Dr. Hogan has published “Minus Risk Equals Progress: the Data Center in the Anthropocene”  in: 6th issue, Special Feature of 5: The Anthropocene and Our Post-natural Future, Dec 2016.

On November 17, 2016, we held our annual CMF United Way Auction Fundraiser to support the University of Calgary’s 2016 United Way campaign. The University is almost halfway toward its goal of raising $500,000 for United Way this year, and we are proud to announce that our auction raised OVER $2300 toward the overall goal! 

CMF's Assistant Professor spoke about the intersection of celebrity and politics in contemporary media culture of CBC A@Noon Podcast.

CMF Assistant Professor Dr. Greg Taylor was the keynote speaker at the Van Horne Institute Digital Futures – Alberta North Symposium on Friday, October 21 2016

New Book Release from CMF Associate Professor Lee Carruthers

Master's student Monique Fry discusses university's link to UN initiative and her research on Indigenous studies.

DIABOLIQUE online magazine publishes article by CMF Professor Emeritus, George Melnyk. 

If you’re a continuing undergraduate student, this is the awards application for you. The deadline is Aug. 1, 2016

Tickets sales extended to June 13: Entrance fee, chuckwagon races and grandstand show included

Congratulations to our graduate students that will be convocating June 8, 2016!

Content quotas and foreign ownership restrictions on telecommunications companies have no place in today’s world, according to one of Canada’s most prominent think tanks.

A Calgary woman (Kevann Carter) is outraged after finding photos of herself on a man's social media account, asking people to rate her appearance. There are similarities between Carter's situation and how Facebook got its start, University of Calgary media studies professor Tamara Shepherd says.

Congratulations to Associate Professor of Film Studies Charles Tepperman, who will be honoured at this year's Faculty of Arts Awards ceremony on May 11th.

We are delighted to announce that Dr. Charlene Elliott, a Professor in the Department of Communication, Media and Film has published a new book, 'How Canadians Communicate VI'

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