Welcome to the future...
Department of Communication, Popular Culture and Film
to the Department of Communication, Popular Culture and Film
A message from CPCF Chair Scott Henderson
Glen Hunt of Cossette donates O'Malley honorarium to underprivileged athletes
BCOMM majors Brendan Ellingham, Vanessa Hartwick, and Nicolas Baudin win the 10th Annual Dobson Case Competition!
Amber Betts, 2013 Recipient of the Outstanding Contribution to Business Communication Award
Edward Burtynsky visits BUFS for a screening of Watermark
CPCF Honours students launch campaign in support of a Workforce Attraction Strategy for Niagara
talks RPGs with the Brock News
by Russell Johnston, Gerianne Merrigan and Carole L. Huston
Welcome to the future...
Now, more than ever before, it is important to understand the impact of communication, media, and culture on society. The degrees offered by the Department of Communication, Popular Culture and Film prepare students to adapt to the myriad trends and transformations taking place within our culture, our fields of study, and our workplaces. Our interdiscplinary degree programs, with their elements of history, cultural studies, sociology, psychology, literary studies, economics, politics, and critical analysis, offer a comprehensive understanding of communication, media, and culture in order to position graduates to engage with the ever-evolving 21st century.
For more information on possible career paths, read more about the value of our degrees.
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- On April 2, BUFS closes the winter season with CAS & DYLAN, directed by Jason Priestley and starring Richard Dreyfus and Tatiana Maslany. We'll welcome special guests producer Mark Montefiore and screenwriter Jessie Gabe to the screening, which comes days before the Canada-wide premiere, to answer questions after the film. Also, at 3:30 p.m. in WH 207, Mark will give a public talk for students about the industry and his career trajectory, which started here in Niagara! For details, contact Amanda at email@example.com or x3553.
- Back by popular demand, Prof. Julian Hoxter of San Francisco State University returns to CPCF this March, this time to offer a two-day Screenwriting Boot Camp! The workshop runs Saturday, March 22 from 10-5 and Sunday, March 23 from 10-2 in AS 215. Registration is free, but must be completed in advance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
- Internship/Experiential Learning Courses available for Year 4 students. For further details about the course options and requirements, please contact Penni Lafleur, Academic Administrator, at email@example.com
- Congratulations to Business Communication majors Nicolas Baudin, Brendan Ellingham, and Vanessa Hartwick for winning the 10th Annual Grant Dobson Case Competition!
- The BUFS Winter season runs until April 2 at the Landmark Theatre, Pen Centre. Find out about upcoming films here.
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