The School of Journalism and Communication at Carleton University has appointed Josh Greenberg to the role of associate director effective July 1. In the one-year appointment, Greenberg will oversee the Communications side of the school. 

The School of Journalism and Communication at Carleton University has appointed Josh Greenberg to the role of associate director effective July 1. In the one-year appointment, Greenberg will oversee the Communications side of the school. The length of the appointment is “to allow for the next director and associate director to be appointed concurrently effective July 1, 2014,” current director Chris Waddell announced last week.

Greenberg joined Carleton University's School of Communication as an assistant professor in 2004 and previously graduated from McMaster University with a PhD in sociology. Four years later he became an associate professor with a cross-appointment to the Department of Sociology and Anthropology.

See the School of Journalism and Communication's newsletter announcement:  

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