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Three More Years With Distinguished Chair

ProCom is excited to announce the re-appointment of Dr. Catherine Schryer as ProCom Chair by the Dean of the Faculty of Communication & Design!

Full news story via FCAD.

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MPC Students Bring Home the Gold!

Congratulations to the Master of Professional Communication students recently awarded an International Association of Business Communicators 2014 Gold Quill Award: Nicola Brown, Laura Baker, Victoria Larson, Natasha Mendonca, Stefan Milosevic, and Cayley Montmarquette!  The Gold Quill awards recognize excellence in strategic communication world wide.

Gold Quill Award info

Catherine Schryer in office
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Professional Communication: practices—text, sound and image—that we use to communicate within, across and between communities as small as start-ups and as large as governments and multi-nationals.

Three More Years With Distinguished Chair
Tuesday, May 27

ProCom is excited to announce the re-appointment of Dr. Catherine Schryer as ProCom Chair by the Dean of the Faculty of Communication & Design!

MPC Students Bring Home the Gold!
Monday, May 5

Congratulations to the Master of Professional Communication students recently awarded an International Association of Business Communicators 2014 Gold Quill Award: Nicola Brown, Laura Baker, Victoria Larson, Natasha Mendonca, Stefan Milosevic, and

Limited Term faculty positions
Wednesday, Apr 16

The School of Professional Communication (ProCom) invites applications for two one-year Limited Term faculty positions at the rank of Assistant Professor effective August 1, 2014 to July 31, 2015.  The deadline for completed applications is May 15, 2014. Both positions are subject to final budgetary approval.

ProCom contributes research and teaching expertise to the Faculty of Communication & Design (FCAD) and Ryerson University in the area [...]

Compelling Storytellers
Tuesday, Apr 1

MPC student Alanna Mager is a Top 25 finalist in The SSHRC Research for a Better Life: Storyteller's Challenge