Communication Matters: The future of journalism
Join the conversation
You’re invited to join us on Tuesday, May 10, 2016 in the Centre for Dialogue at 12:30 p.m. or via livestream, for the sixth panel in the Communication Matters series. Listen to what BA Professional Communication students have to say on the future of journalism. Panelists will discuss this topic by responding to a series of questions from moderator and associate faculty member Dr. Jeffrey Orr.
Jeffrey Orr (moderator) teaches in both the BA and MA programs offered in the School of Communication and Culture. Jeff holds a PhD in visual /verbal rhetoric and postcolonial writing from the University of Leeds, UK. He earned an MA from Queen's University, Belfast, and a BA from the University of British Columbia.
Keri Coles (BAPC on-campus student) is joining the panel as a professional photographer with a background in environmental and cultural photojournalism. She has returned to university to complete a BA in Professional Communication degree in order to gain more tools to tell compelling, current, and thoughtful stories related to culture, environment, and politics.
Tasheen Kara is a die hard BBC fan and BAPC on-campus student with experience in media management for international audiences. She has worked in Canada, the Middle East, Latin America and East Africa and has observed the evolution of journalism in the past decade.
Crystal Marini is a student in the BAPC online program. She holds a diploma in computer systems technology and a diploma in fine arts and graphic design. Crystal has experience working for government at the provincial and federal level on mission critical IT projects, and communications and marketing experience within the addictions rehabilitation field.