Allana Mager SSHRC storytellers promotional graphic

Compelling Storytellers

MPC student Alanna Mager is a Top 25 finalist in The SSHRC Research for a Better Life: Storyteller's Challenge.  Alanna worked closely with ProCom Assistant Professor Dr. Matthew Tiessen creating a podcast of his SSHRC funded research project entitled: "Visions of the Gamocracy". 

ProCom Practicum Centre

As of April 25th, our graduate students will have access to a new ProCom Practicum Centre. This technology-enhanced space is for drop-in student work and will be accessed by undergraduate students when they return in Fall 2014.

Check out the renovation blog for updates.

Celebrating Achievements

MPC student Nicole Iantorno combines her passion for music with practice. Profiled in the most recent FCAD newsletter, Nicole is employing her communication expertise at the 2014 Juno Awards.

Congratulations, Nicole! [image via Flickr]

Allana Mager SSHRC storytellers promotional graphic

Where will your story begin? Learn more about our exciting degree programs through our new promotional video.

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

ProCom Practicum Centre
Thursday, Mar 27

As of April 25th, our graduate students will have access to a new ProCom Practicum Centre. This technology-enhanced space is for drop-in student work and will be accessed by undergraduate students when they return in Fall 2014.

Celebrating Achievements
Monday, Mar 24

MPC student Nicole Iantorno combines her passion for music with practice.