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One of Canada’s top admen will share his story at Brock’s annual Terry O’Malley Lecture

One of Canada’s top admen will share his story at Brock’s annual Terry O’Malley Lecture

Multi-award-winning adman Glen Hunt will share an intimate account of his personal and professional journey through the world of advertising and marketing after almost 30 years in the biz at Brock University’s 13th annual Terry O’Malley Lecture in Marketing and Advertising. Hunt is Chief Transformation Officer at the ad agency Cossette, one of Canada’s leading integrated communications agencies, founded in Quebec City in 1972.

Brock prof creates award-winning role-playing game

Brock prof creates award-winning role-playing game

It may seem like fun and games, but for Greg Gillespie, it’s serious work.

Lou Cahill Scholarship winner named

Lou Cahill Scholarship winner named

Saron Fanel is the 2013 winner of the Lou Cahill Scholarship in Communications awarded by Brock University.

PhD student wins Popular Culture Association award

PhD student wins Popular Culture Association award

At the recent Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association annual conference, held in Washington, D.C., Malisa Kurtz, a humanities PhD student and graduate of Brock, was awarded the 2013 science fiction/fantasy area’s 2013 Graduate Student Scholar Award for her paper entitled, Becoming animal and multiplicity in Lauren Beukes’s Zoo City (2010).

Emmy-winning TV producer offers students simple advice: collaborate

Emmy-winning TV producer offers students simple advice: collaborate

As legendary television producer Ralph Mellanby regaled a second-year Media and Sport class with tales about producing that cornerstone of Canadian TV, Hockey Night in Canada, hiring Don Cherry to keep viewers interested between game periods, getting set lighting advice from film icon Norman Jewison, his advice to students was singular.

O’Malley Lecture hears from a Fresh face

O’Malley Lecture hears from a Fresh face

The young marketing mind behind the Joe Fresh retail sensation shared her story with 400 eager listeners in the David S. Howes Theatre on Wednesday (March 6) for the 12th annual Terry O’Malley Lecture in Advertising and Marketing.

2013 Terry O’Malley Lecture: From fresh food to fresh fashion

2013 Terry O’Malley Lecture: From fresh food to fresh fashion

Lindsay Cook, the dynamic young director of marketing for the popular Joe Fresh fashion brand, will deliver the 12th annual Terry O’Malley Lecture in Advertising and Marketing at Brock University.

Prof receives grant to study eating in cars

Prof receives grant to study eating in cars

Prof. Jackie Botterill in the Department of Communication, Popular Culture and Film has received a Council for Research in the Social Sciences (CRISS) grant to study eating in cars.

Khadija Lee is the 2012 Lou Cahill Scholarship winner

Khadija Lee is the 2012 Lou Cahill Scholarship winner

Khadija Lee of Kitchener, Ont. is the 2012 winner of the Lou Cahill Scholarship in Communications awarded by Brock University in St. Catharines. . . .

Students strut their stuff at O’Malley Lecture

Students strut their stuff at O’Malley Lecture

Nearly 200 take in Simon Houpt’s lecture and students compete for Dobson Case Competition award. . . .

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