Paula Gardner, McMaster’s Asper Research Chair in Communications, has been elected President of the International Communication Association.
The Department of Communication Studies & Multimedia is pleased to announce a much-anticipated talk by Dr. David Harris Smith entitled, “The Death and Lives of hitchBOT, the Hitchhiking Robot.”
Friday, November 6
The Communication Studies & Multimedia Student Society is holding its annual Fall Student Social on Monday, October 26th, from 5:30PM – 7:30PM at TwelvEighty Bar & Grill!
Kirstine Stewart oversees Twitter’s North American media partnerships across all vertical channels, including television, sports, music and news.
School of the Arts and Communications Studies & Multimedia will co-host an artist talk by media artist, musician, and computer programmer Stephen Kelly. All are welcome.
The U.S. trip of Canada’s first hitchhiking robot, hitchBOT, came to an abrupt end during the early morning hours of Aug. 1 in Philadelphia.
Professor Neil Katz and MCM student Adriana Sosa are the co-authors of the lead article in the leading academic journal in the area of Conflict Resolution: The CRQ.
CSMM was widely represented at this year’s annual meeting of the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR).
Dr. Bannerman begins a 4-year term as one of two Vice Chairs of the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR).
hitchBOT, created by Communication Studies and Multimedia professor David Harris Smith, is traveling the United States.