FEATURED RESEARCH PROJECTS

BUILDING RELATIONSHIPS

In an ever more networked world, relationships are essential for aligning visions, sharing goals, and improving the ways we interact and communicate - professionally and on the personal level. How do professional communicators build and maintain positive relationships within their stakeholder networks?

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COMPLEXITY COMMUNICATION

Advancements in science and medicine, economic innovation forces, technological acceleration, disrupted industries, shifting job roles, environ­mental stresses, climate change, and pandemics all contribute to an increasing sense of both opportu­nity and doom. How do communicators make sense when nothing makes sense?

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DIGITAL JOURNALISM

Digital is anything but new. Still, journalists are struggling. How has 'digital' disrupted and reshaped news making, news reporting, audiences, and the relationships between media constituents?

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MEDIA LITERACY AND NEW PEDAGOGIES

We not only learn different skills and knowledge but we also learn differently. These research projects aim at informing new pedagogies and literacies for 21st century communication professionals.

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INDIGENOUS JOURNALISM

Journalism research by and for indigenous and minority communities.

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COMMUNICATING THE FUTURE

Communicators often direct towards future events, scenarios, and ways of doing and living. How do communicators 'know' and articulate these futures?

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RESEARCH COMMUNICATION

Research done and dusted - what then? How can we make research outcomes relevant and accessible to our communities?

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