"A four-day reporting trip to Quebec's north by a team from the Journalism 451 class. The schedule was packed -- interviews, photo shoots, little sleep -- but they got it all," New Times managing editor Patti Sonntag. (Starting from left, Patti Sonntag, Michael Wrobel, Greg Todaro, Michelle Pucci, and Casandra De Masi)
Journalism is history in a hurry.
Our programs prepare skilled journalists who think critically about the profession and society. We offer our students close to two dozen scholarships and provide internships and other opportunities for those in good standing. Students can also take journalism internships for credit.
THINK. CREATE. CONTRIBUTE.
Congratulations to Jacqueline Di Bartolomeo, Leah Batstone and Amanda Elizabeth Siino, the Journalism students recipients of the prestigious Faculty of Arts and Science Scholar Award.
Here Leah is flanked by André Roy, Dean, Faculty of Arts & Science, and Brian Gabrial, Chair, Journalism Department.
We are very proud of our graduates present at the Governor General Awards. Rachelle Fox (left) and Kate Sheridan (right) at the Governor General Michener Awards Ceremony, June 18 2015.
We're proud of #CUgrad Gabriel Ellison-Scowcroft (BA, Journalism). He was this year's Valedictorian for the Faculty of Arts and Science.
We are very happy to announce that due to Casandra DeMasi’s impressive performance in her work-terms and commitment to the Co-operative Education program she was nominated and has become the Co-winner of Concordia’s Co-op student of the Year Award!