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Client: Mount Royal University
Work: Video Production

Our work with Mount Royal University includes video production for various institutes within the university, and a collaboration with Mount Royal's Summit Magazine.

Summit is a magazine published by Mount Royal that focuses on work done by alumni, students, faculty, and supporters of the university.

 
 
 

Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship

The Institute for Innovation & Entrepreneurship is part of the Bissett School of Business. This video was produced to define entrepreneurship and encourage prospective students to explore the Entrepreneurship courses offered.

The concept was to ask students from different faculties what they felt being an entrepreneur meant. Many students have a misconception about the entrepreneurship program, and we had the director of the institute, Ray DePaul, explain these misconceptions.

 
 
 

Institute for Community Prosperity

The Institute for Community Prosperity focuses on how for-profit and non-profit sectors can work together to build better communities. Students become changemakers and champions for their communities.

The concept of the video was to capture the vibrancy of Calgary’s communities with bright colours and visuals, and Mount Royal’s community involvement with student groups. 

 
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Summit Magazine:
Physical Literacy Cover Story

The Fall 2015 cover story was a profile on the Bachelor of Health and Physical Education’s Physical Literacy program. It features Canadian skeleton athlete Grace Dafoe and the dean of Health, Community & Education, Chad London. The video explained the concept of physical literacy, and why Mount Royal is a leader in this new study.

Story by Lisa Kadane
Cover photo by Colin Way

Summit Magazine:
Women in STEM Cover Story

The Spring 2015 cover story focused on the lack of women currently in STEM fields. It highlighted several programs in Mount Royal’s Bachelor of Science degree, and Mount Royal’s role in promoting women to enter STEM fields.

The story features four different women from Mount Royal currently working in a STEM field.

Story by Theresa Tayler
Cover photo by Colin Way