- If you are in your second, third- or fourth-year of a Communication, Popular Culture and Film (CPCF) program and you have questions about program requirements, scheduling issues, registering for courses, etc
- If you lack pre-reqs and have been granted permission to join a course that has space in it for an override
- If you are a transfer student from either a college or university and want to know how you can use your transfer credits and go over a program plan
- If you wish to change or declare your Major to one in CPCF, and/or if you wish to add a Minor in Film Studies, Digital Culture, Media Studies, or Popular Culture
- If you would like information about our Collaborative programs for Communication majors with Mohawk College or for Film majors with Fanshawe College
Academic Advisor and Internship Coordinator
On campus: Monday, Tuesday and every other Wednesday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Office: SBH 344
Remote work: Thursday and Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
- If you are a first-year student and have any questions regarding scheduling or registering for classes
- If you are interested in learning more about or enrolling in our Experiential Learning (Internship) course
- If you have general questions about CPCF that you would like to ask someone who has been a student and a teaching assistant in the department
On campus: Thursday and Friday, 8:30 a.m. to noon
Remote work: Monday, Tuesday and every other Wednesday, 8:30 a.m. to noon
Office: SBH 309
- If you have general questions about the department of Communication, Popular Culture and Film
- If you are a CPCF Teaching Assistant or Marker Grader and you have questions about your contract, email access, etc.
- If you are a CPCF CUPE instructor with questions about your contract, email access, etc.
Barry Grant (PhD State University of New York at Buffalo) has published extensively in the areas of film genres (especially documentary film, horror and science fiction, westerns and musicals), popular music, and popular culture. An active researcher, his most recent publications are a monograph on The Twilight Zone and a co-edited book on comics and adaptation.
Assistant Professor, Limited Term Appointment
Joan Nicks is a retired faculty member whose main research interest is the local popular culture of Niagara Falls. She is currently the editor and project coordinator of a manuscript in progress entitled Niagara Movie Theatres and Motels: Cultural Loss and Decline in Tourist City.