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ProCom Practicum Centre

A sneak peak at the interactive ProCom practicum centre experience

Thursday March 17th, 2016

See how our spaces are designed to motivate student creativity with moveable whiteboards, LCD digital touch screen technology, and HD webcams with conference microphones for collaboration. You can...

Iriss on International exchange in England.

ProCom BA Students embark on International Exchange

Tuesday March 15th, 2016

The 2016 Winter semester saw the first round of ProCom BA students participate in an international exchange. The program, available to 3rd year students, provides an opportunity to explore...

Ryerson March Break Open House ProCom Info Session

Beyond the BA: Why YOU should attend the ProCom Information Session

Wednesday March 2nd, 2016

ProCom is excited to invite you to our Program Information Session to visit our distinctly urban and state-of-the art campus and chat with faculty, students, and staff! Still not convinced you should...

Erica Ehm Guest Lecture in CMN228

ProCom BA’s discuss social media engagement

Saturday February 27th, 2016

First year ProCom BA students had the exclusive opportunity to hear from one of the most successful models of thoughtful social engagement. Erica Ehm, CEO of YummyMummyClub.ca, spoke to students...

ProCom BA Students Take Their Learning Beyond the Classroom

Thursday February 18th, 2016

In the Fall 2015 semester, 3rd Year students from the School of Professional Communication (ProCom) were offered the opportunity to learn by doing and took full advantage of the unique occasion to...

March Break Open House

March Break Open House

Thursday February 18th, 2016

Discover why a BA in ProCom is the right path for you!  On Friday, March 18th, Ryerson University will be hosting it’s annual March Break Open House. Visit us and get to know more about our...

Nicole Social Media Analytics Workshop

First MPC social media analytics session a success!

Wednesday February 17th, 2016

On Thursday February 11th, the Master of Professional Communication (MPC) program hosted its first social media analytics workshop. The workshop taught current students how to analyze and report on...

Internship Connector

Students and sponsors socialized at ProCom’s first BA Internship Connector

Wednesday February 10th, 2016

To kick off its *NEW* undergraduate internship course, the School of Professional Communication hosted its inaugural BA Internship Connector last Thursday, February 4, 2016 in the ProCom Practicum...

MPC Student Leanne Simpson

Current MPC student advocates for healthcare communication

Tuesday February 9th, 2016

Current Master of Professional Communication (MPC) student, Leanne Simpson, is using the intensive one year program to explore her interest in healthcare communication.  In February 2016 Leanne was...

MPC Graduate Jason Cassidy

MPC alumnus Jason Cassidy makes waves with Cara’s in-house content team

Wednesday February 3rd, 2016

As one of Marketing magazine’s Top 30 under 30, Master of Professional Communication (MPC) graduate Jason Cassidy has upheld the standard for fellow alumni in the communications industry. Jason’s...

Anneliese LinkedIn Workshop

The MPC graduate course union and the Ryerson Career Centre hosted a skill development workshop

Monday February 1st, 2016

  In September 2015, seven current MPC students formed a graduate course union to encourage collaboration within the department. Funded in part by the Ryerson Student Union, the group planned...

Wendy Freeman Faculty Teaching Chair

Wendy Freeman named Faculty Teaching Chair for FCAD

Tuesday January 26th, 2016

The School of Professional Communication’s Dr. Wendy Freeman has been named the new Faculty Teaching Chair for the Faculty of Communication and Design (FCAD). Dr. Freeman’s new position will support...

Larissa Fitzsimons' Internship Experience

MPC student Larissa Fitzsimons shares her experience interning with advertising agency, kbs+.

Thursday January 21st, 2016

During the winter semester, Master of Professional Communication (MPC) students are required to complete an internship of 150 hours. Current MPC candidate Larissa Fitzsimons is completing her...

BA Professional Communication students work together

Professor Robert Clapperton introduces online simulation course for ProCom BA’s

Thursday January 7th, 2016

Undergraduate students enrolled in the Introduction to Professional Communication (CMN 279) course now have the option to learn via online simulation thanks to ProCom professor Robert Clapperton....

ProCom BA Internship_Handbook

3rd Year ProCom BA Internship

Thursday January 7th, 2016

Check out the *NEW* ProCom BA Internship Handbook on our Undergraduate > BA Internship page! Internship Placement Proposals are now being accepted from all interested company sponsors; view the...

Master of Professional communication alumnae Mata Kranakis

Master of Professional Communication (MPC) alumna’s internship redirected her career plans

Sunday December 20th, 2015

After completing her Master of Professional Communication (MPC), alumnae Mata Kranakis planned to work within the communication department of a large organization such as a hospital or the government...

Bryn Turnbull MPC Grad

What MPC students can expect with their Major Research Projects

Wednesday December 16th, 2015

By: Marc Muschler As the end of the semester approaches, Master of Professional Communication (MPC) students are looking ahead to start preparing their Major Research Projects (MRP). We recently had...

ProCom holiday card 2015 image

Season's Greetings from ProCom

Wednesday December 9th, 2015

Wishing you all the best this holiday season and a very Happy New Year!  Greeting card designed by the 2015 ProCom Holiday Card Design Competition winner, Giulia Ricci.  

Awards Night 2015

Friday December 4th, 2015

Faculty Spotlight: Robert Clapperton

Wednesday December 2nd, 2015

Robert Clapperton, a professor at the School of Professional Communication (ProCom) is aiming to engage high school students in an extraordinarily new way: through gaming. Clapperton, who has been...

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