Bachelor of Technology, Minor in Business Communication
Master of Professional Communication
Dianne is an instructor for the Department of Professional Communication, where she teaches a wide variety of students ranging from undergrads to working professionals. Her research interests include visual rhetoric, information design, knowledge dissemination, and plain language communication.
Dianne was part of Ryerson University's Master of Professional Communication inaugural cohort. Her experience includes working with industry professionals to create engaging, user-friendly educational deliverables which infuse graphics, animations and concise wording. Furthermore, she has worked with physicians to help translate their normally complex research into an accessible form through the use of jargon-free language and information graphics.
Dianne is actively involved in her community. One of her initiatives include volunteering as a Patient Education Editor for the University Health Network (UHN), where she edits a series of pamphlets used by the four hospitals.