[acc-cca-l] Grad Cafe – Study COMS at Carleton

Rena Bivens RenaBivens at cunet.carleton.ca
Mon Nov 2 10:28:22 MST 2020


Grad Café – Study COMS at Carleton

Interested in Communication and Media Studies? Ready to find your next academic home? We are excited to introduce you to the MA and PhD programs we offer here at Carleton University! Join us at our Grad Café on Monday, November 23rd from 5 – 5:30pm EST. Register now<https://carleton.ca/sjc/communication/graduate-studies/study-coms-at-carleton/> to hear from our faculty and graduate students! Can’t attend? Register to view a recorded version<https://carleton.ca/sjc/communication/graduate-studies/study-coms-at-carleton/>.

Our graduate programs will help you make sense of the role of communication and media in everyday life. The research we do at Carleton challenges the boundaries of communication studies by building on intellectual traditions from a broad range of disciplines. We are committed to interdisciplinarity. Our faculty and graduate students come to us from communication and media studies programs but also disciplines like sociology, political science, literary studies, geography, art history, and human computer interaction.

Faculty and students are involved in several hubs of research activity including the ALiGN Media Lab<http://www.carleton.ca/align>, RoCCET Lab and Comic Cons Research Project<https://roccetlab.ca/>, the Canadian Media Concentration Research Project<http://www.cmcrp.org/>, the North American Cultural Diplomacy Initiative<http://culturaldiplomacyinitiative.com/>, Populist Publics<https://carleton.ca/populistpublics/>, and the Transgender Media Lab<https://carleton.ca/transmedialab/>. As a graduate student, we will help you hone your interests, formulate compelling research questions, and push you to find answers and develop arguments. Find out what career paths lay ahead<https://carleton.ca/sjc/communication/graduate-studies/graduate-degree-communication/> and explore our faculty profiles<https://carleton.ca/sjc/communication/our-team/> to learn more about our areas of expertise.

Applications to our MA and PhD programs are due by February 1st. Find out more about our grad programs and how to apply<https://carleton.ca/sjc/communication/graduate-studies/>. Email specific questions to our Graduate Supervisor, Dr. Rena Bivens (rena.bivens at carleton.ca<mailto:rena.bivens at carleton.ca>), or our Graduate Administrator, Laura Gareau (laura.gareau at carleton.ca<mailto:laura.gareau at carleton.ca>).

Click here to register for our Grad Café!<https://carleton.ca/sjc/communication/graduate-studies/study-coms-at-carleton/>

Dr. Rena Bivens (she, her)
Associate Professor
School of Journalism and Communication
Carleton University
Unceded Algonquin Territory
Ottawa, Canada

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