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.
A new musical ensemble consisting of live coding performer Dr. David Ogborn (McMaster) and tabla player Shawn Mativetsky (McGill) has its first public performances at two conferences this Summer.
Drs. Smith and Zeller (Ryerson) have been invited to be part of a team developing “Spaceball”, a spherical social robot for the International Space Station.
Dr. Quail’s article “Producing Reality: Television Formats and Reality TV in the Canadian Context” appears in the latest issue of the Canadian Journal of Communication.
CSMM’s Dr. Quail and Rianka Singh (MA’14) presented at the recent conference of the Union for Democratic Communication that took place recently at the University of Toronto
Dr. Hirji has published a book chapter titled “Producing Alternative Media Discourses on Muslims”, published in Engaging the Other: Public Policy and Western-Muslim Intersections (Karim H. Karim, Mahmoud Eid, eds.).