UdeM Wins Two Excellence Awards from the Canadian Council for the Development of Schooling

The University of Montreal won two silver medals in two categories in the 2022 Canadian Council for the Advancement of Education (CCAE) Awards of Excellence competition, for the best article in French and the best use of multimedia.

The CCAE Awards of Excellence recognize “outstanding achievements in alumni relations, public relations, communications, marketing, development, advancement services, administration, student recruitment and general institutional promotion” and are open to all institutions of higher education. In Canada.

Money for an article about Christmas movies

The silver medal in the category of best reportage in French was awarded to the article Are Feminist and Queer Christmas Movies Possible?broadcast last December on UdeMNouvelles.

Conceived and written by Béatrice St-Cyr-Leroux, editor of the Communications and Public Relations Office at UdeM, the article addresses heteronormativity and feminisms in film products related to the holiday season.

The objective of this text was to share with the university community a reflection on a new topic and to promote the expertise of Professor Joëlle Rouleau and her areas of research interest.

Money from the “This Changed My Life” Podcast

The second season of “It Changed My Life”, the University of Montreal Alumni and Donor Network podcasts

Credit: Network of Alumni and Donors

Launched in January 2021 by the Université de Montréal Alumni and Donor Network, the first season of the podcast Changed my life won the silver medal in the category of best use of multimedia.

Lasting 15 minutes each, the five episodes highlight a personal story experienced by UdeM graduates that reveal how their time at the University was decisive in their lives.

This project is based on the power of testimony to humanize the training path of graduates with the aim of inspiring members of the university community, allowing them to identify with the stories told and thus maintain an emotional connection with their peers. alma mater.

A second season is also available on the Network’s website.

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