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The Department of Communications Studies & Multimedia, Department of English & Cultural Studies, and Graduate Program in Gender Studies & Feminist Research are pleased to announce talks by Dr. Anahid Kassabian, Harry Lyman Hooker Visiting Professor Free Public Lecture: “From Awkward to Insecure, or from YouTube to HBO: How African American Women Are Changing the…

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A group of students from the Faculties of Science and Engineering are building a satellite to send into space and they are recruiting Communications & Multimedia students! For additional information please visit: http://mcmasterneudose.ca/recruitment

The Cybernetic Orchestra and its director, CSMM artist researcher Dr. David Ogborn, appear in a recent episode of CBC radio’s Spark about live coding – making art and media by programming in front of an audience.   http://www.cbc.ca/radio/spark/359-machines-that-smell-sickness-sarcastic-ai-and-more-1.4149678/turning-code-into-something-you-can-dance-to-1.4150330    

Dr. Alex Sévigny, Associate Professor in CSMM and Director of the Master in Communications Management program, received the Bill Cockman Memorial Award for Excellence in Public Relations from the Canadian Public Relations Society’s Hamilton branch. The award recognizes exceptional service to the profession: “The Award of Excellence is given for distinguished and dedicated service to the Canadian…

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Friday March 24, 2017 from 2:30-4:00 p.m. Wilson Building (LRW), Room 2001 Book Talk: Marconi: The Man Who Networked the World by Marc Raboy, Full Professor, Beaverbrook Chair in Ethics, Media and Communications, McGill University Department of Art History and Communication Studies. Prof. Raboy will discuss his recently-published book, Marconi: The Man Who Networked the World (OUP, 2016),…

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Friday, 10 March 2017 Keynote talk and All Day Workshop with Nora Young, host of CBC Radio program Spark Workshop: The Computable Self and the Politics of Data

Brittany Green, MA student in McMaster’s Communication and New Media program, hosted a public consultation November 24 on “Canadian Content in a Digital World”