Faculty of Information & Media Studies
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Faculty News

  • Dean's Office closing early on Thursday, August 25

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    The Dean's Office for the Faculty of Information & Media Studies, located in North Campus Building Room 240, will close early this Thursday. The office will close at 3:30 p.m. with full services resuming at 8:30 a.m. on Friday, August 26.

  • Farewell to Rosanne Greene, Manager of Graduate Student Services

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    Rosanne Greene, who is retiring as the Manager of Graduate Student Services in the Faculty of Information & Media Studies (FIMS) at the end of June, has seen a lot of changes in her 17 years in the role. What stands out to her the most is how much FIMS has grown over time, adding programs and accepting more students.

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Academic Notes

  • Nick Dyer-Witheford receives Gertrude J. Robinson book prize from CCA

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    Professor Nick Dyer-Witheford has been awarded the Gertrude J. Robinson book prize for his monograph titled, "Cyber-Proletariat: Global Labour in the Digital Vortex." Professor Dyer-Witheford accepted the award at the Canadian Communication Association's Annual Meeting on May 30 in Calgary.

  • Revisiting social injustices through a historical lens

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    The events that Kate Johnson's research focuses on may have taken place over a half-century ago, but they're still just as relevant today. The Library & Information Science professor finds similarities between the RCMP's anti-communist campaign to purge homosexuals from the civil service in the 1950s and today's widespread culture of Islamophobia.

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