Interim Academic Leader, I3J Institute
Kristy Snell is an award-winning multi-platform journalist currently on leave from CBC Montreal, where she has been delivering morning radio newscasts for the past 14 years. She has filled-in as a news anchor for The World This Hour and has anchored CBC television newscasts in four provinces and nationally on CBC News Network. She has taught radio skills, broadcast writing, and "Reporting in Indigenous Communities" within CBC for several years. Before joining CBC, Kristy spent five years with CTV as an anchor and reporter. Kristy is a member of Standing Buffalo Dakota Nation in Saskatchewan. She is currently working on a Master of Education in Indigenous Education at the University of British Columbia.
JOUR 498 - Advanced Special Topics in Journalism - Inclusive Journalism, Indigenous focus
JOUR 451 - Independent Study - Inclusive Journalism, Indigenous focus
JOUR 207 - Introduction to Multimedia (audio section)
My research interests are inclusive journalism and Indigenous education. I am currently working on a study looking at the experiences of Indigenous students in Canadian journalism programs and ways they might be better served within those programs.
I am also leading a collaborative journalism project between Concordia University and Kahnawake Survival School, which sees Concordia students mentoring Kanien'kehá:ka secondary students as they produce original pieces of journalism.
More about the project here:
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