Thanks to all who came out to our INTERCOM conference last Monday! The event was a smashing success and the presentations were great! A special thank you must go out to all who presented. Pictures will be posted soon under the events tab…
This week’s meet-up will be held Thursday at La Maison, starting at 7:30PM. La Maison is located at the corner of King Edward and Somerset. Hope to see you all there!
Hey all, we are now accepting submissions/letters of interest from students interested in participating in our conference in January 2012. Please click on our “Intercom” link at the menu on the top of this page for more information…
Veuillez voir le lien “Intercom” pour plus d’information sur la conférence en janvier 2012…
On Friday Oct 29, a number of academic upstarts gathered together to for an interdisciplinary conference called Intercom. Check out the flickr set to see photos of the day.
Friday October 29th, 2010
University of Ottawa, Arts Pavillion, Room 509
Intercom is proud to announce the First Annual Bilingual Intercom Conference.
Join us for the inaugural Intercom – a lunchtime speaker series at uOttawa:
Journalism and freedom of the media in Afghanistan
Maisam Najafizada is an M.A. candidate at the University of Ottawa. He will be speaking on his experiences as a journalist in Afghanistan, journalism before and after 9/11, as well as negotiating freedom of the media.
Maisam worked as a media monitor the BBC in Afghanistan for six years. He was also a freelance journalist for various international organizations including, Der Spiegel Magazine and the Christian Science Monitor. He has an MD from the medical school of Balkh University in northern Mazar-e Sharif city.
Wednesday, November 25, 2009
Brooks Residence, Room 202
12:00 – 1:30pm
Intercom is an opportunity for anyone (students, faculty, professionals) from the communication community to gather over lunch, present papers, get feedback, network, and exchange ideas. Organized by a group of graduate students from the Department of Communication, Intercom is an excellent opportunity for students and professionals doing interdisciplinary communication research to discuss new ideas while giving feedback on others’ work.
Graduate students at the Department of Communication are organizing a colloquia series, Intercom, and are looking for individuals interested in presenting their ideas and receiving feedback. If you are a professor or student from any faculty or department, or private sector researcher, doing interdisciplinary communication research and are interested in participating, let us know!
Intercom will be an informal opportunity for students, faculty, and professionals from the communication community in Ottawa to gather over lunch, present papers, and get feedback, network, and exchange ideas. Intercom convenes the third Wednesday of the month starting on November 25, 2009.
Intercom will be an excellent opportunity for individuals doing interdisciplinary communication research to expand their academic skill set both as presenters and as an active audience. The series will be focused on new and ongoing research by students, faculty, and private sector researchers alike, so everyone can benefit from feedback on their own theses, research papers, books, or other ongoing work. What’s more, it will be fun!
If you are interested in presenting at Intercom on Novermber 25, 2009, please send us a copy of the paper/manuscript/whatever you would like to discuss, with an abstract of no more than one page, to Intercomottawa@gmail.com before November 7, 2009.