Presentations

Frank, A. (2017). What Ties These Together: Co-create Meaning from Different Experiential Corners of the Campus. Presenter and panelist. KPU Teaching, Learning, Scholarship and Research Symposium.

Frank, A. (2017). Climate Crisis and Journalism: A Roundtable on Rethinking Media for Planetary Emergency. Presenter and panelist. Simon Fraser University. 

Frank, A. (2016). Something in the Air: Local Action on Climate Change. Public presentation and panel discussion hosted by Alexandra Neighbourhood House, White Rock, BC. 

Frank, A. (2015). Still Kicking: The importance of media releases as storytelling workhorses. Presentation to the Canadian Public Relations Society (CPRS) Vancouver. Reviewed by a BCIT Public Relations instructor here.

Frank, A., & Richard, P. (2013). Five Lessons in Resilience. Presentation to the Langley Green Team Conference, R.E. Mountain Secondary School, Langley, BC.

Frank, A., & Gunster, S. (2013). Mediating Climate Change, Engaging Audiences:
Lessons from The Climate Reality Project. Paper presented at the 40th Anniversary Conference of the School of Communication, SFU, Vancouver, BC.

Frank, A., & Gunster, S. (2013). Mediating Climate Change, Engaging Audiences: Lessons from The Climate Reality Project. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Canadian Communication Association, Victoria, BC.

Frank, A. (2012). Whistle-blowing in Environmental Conflict. Presentation to CMNS 347 “Communication in Conflict and Intervention.” Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC.

Frank, A. (2012). The #EnemyGate Scandal: Reflections of a Whistleblower. Presentation to CMNS 347 “Communication in Conflict and Intervention.” Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC.

Frank, A. (2011). Media Relations & Environmental Communication: Giving a voice to the unheard. Presentation to CMNS 388 “Environment, media and communication.” Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC.

Frank, A. (2011). The Role of Multimedia in Raising Environmental Awareness. Presentation to members of the China Council for International Cooperation on Environment and Development (CCICED). Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC.

Frank, A. (2010). Forest Conservation and Market-Based Campaigns. Presentation to the Oliver Rotary Club. Oliver, BC.

Frank, A. (2010). Environmental Communication. Presentation to ENV 450/650 Seminar in Environmentalism. Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC.

Frank, A. (2009). Climate Change Communication.Presentation to CMNS 486 Environmental Communication and Climate Change.Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC.

Frank, A. (2009). Communication and Environmental Campaigns. Presentation to CMNS 346 Communication in Conflict and Intervention.Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC.

Frank, A. (2009). Environmental Communication 101. Lecture to CMNS 221 Media & Audiences. Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC.

Frank, A. (2008). Making Fun and Making Change: The use of humour in social change communication. Media that Matters Conference. Hollyhock, Cortes Island.

Frank, A. (2008). Communicating Climate Change and Changing Credibility. Media that Matters Conference. Hollyhock, Cortes Island.

Frank, A. (2008). Making the Inconvenient Convenient: Risk communication relationships between audiences and Canadian presenters of “An Inconvenient Truth.” Western Canadian Graduate Student Conference for Communication. Nelson, BC.

Frank, A. (2004). Pah! Deaf media installation and tactile transducers. Presentation and media interview. Ryerson University’s “Invest in Futures” Campaign.

Frank, A. (2004). Visual mediation of Deaf culture and media democracy in Canada. University of Toronto, McLuhan Program. Toronto, ON.

Frank, A. (2003). Impacts of the SOK Aquila substation on the Antelope Brush Grasslands and local communities. Pocket Desert Preservation Alliance. Public Advisory Committee, Area “C,” Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen.

Frank, A. (2003). Organized and led public meeting and presentation on SOK Aquila substation and associated local community impacts. Pocket Desert Preservation Alliance. Summer, 2003.