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Local student named Brock’s 2014 Lou Cahill Scholarship winner

Local student named Brock’s 2014 Lou Cahill Scholarship winner

James Gardner of St. Catharines is the 2014 winner of the Lou Cahill Scholarship in Communications awarded by Brock University. The $1,250 scholarship is awarded to a third-year student studying in a four-year communications program in Brock’s Department of Communication, Popular Culture and Film. Scholarship recipients are recognized for academic excellence, community involvement and participation in charitable activities.

Brock series welcomes Edward Burtynsky for screening of latest film

Brock series welcomes Edward Burtynsky for screening of latest film

Celebrated Canadian photographer Edward Burtynsky will be a special guest at an upcoming Brock University Film Series (BUFS) screening of his latest film, Watermark. Watermark is a sweeping and often piercing look at humanity’s relationship with water.

Learn anywhere with spring term online courses

Learn anywhere with spring term online courses

Turn the clock back 20 years and you’ll find Dale Bradley in awe of this thing called the Internet.

O’Malley talk will focus on how to love advertising

O’Malley talk will focus on how to love advertising

Globe and Mail business journalist Simon Houpt will share his perspective on the advertising industry.

Communication, Popular Culture and Film

Communication, Popular Culture and Film

A book by Barry Grant has been named a Choice Outstanding Academic Title.

Grant appearing on web radio show

Grant appearing on web radio show

Barry Grant will appear in a web radio interview next month this month to discuss horror in media and video games.

Grad students show off pumpkin-carving skills

Grad students show off pumpkin-carving skills

The Graduate Students’ Association gets in the Halloween spirit.

Editor to some of Canada’s legends to speak at Brock

Editor to some of Canada’s legends to speak at Brock

Douglas Gibson has edited some of Canada’s biggest names, from Pierre Trudeau to Alice Munro. Now he’s coming to Brock to talk about it.

Cahill scholarship winner has a passion for community service

Cahill scholarship winner has a passion for community service

Bailey Barbary is this year’s recipient of the 2011 Lou Cahill Scholarship in Communications.

Pop culture faculty start new national association, conference

Pop culture faculty start new national association, conference

Three researchers at Brock have helped form a new nationwide association dedicated to the study of popular culture.

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