School of Journalism and Communication

'What is Life?' logo
March 20

Conference delves into how media permeates everyday life

The event will explore the connection between communication and a range of human endeavors
Ancil Payne Award for Ethics in Journalism
March 20

AP reporter wins SOJC's ethics award for Venezuela series

The reporters tackled health care in Venezuela, private prisons and a resort project
A hand holding a green ribbon, a symbol of mental health.
March 10

Student campaign works to change views of mental health

Ducks Change Together urges people to learn the five signs of emotional suffering
Blackboard with words 'solution' and 'problem'
March 7

'Solutions journalism' goes beyond basic news, profs write

The approach looks at problems as well as possible fixes
The presidential seal on a podium
February 27

Trump's media battles could make journalism stronger, profs say

Nicole Dahmen and Seth Lewis say reporters may have to find new sources
Fake news illustration
February 24

Library guide, SOJC offer tools and tips to combat fake news

These days, it seems everyone is aware of the “fake news” phenomenon.
Héctor Tobar
February 16

Journalism prof writes about Trump and facts in NYT op-ed

Héctor Tobar says the president only gives up a falsehood when he feels he won
An Iraqi child being interviewed on video
February 15

Grad student's video explores the life of a refugee family

Journalism student Zach Putnam interviewed a family now living in Beaverton
Person holding up a German newspaper
February 10

UO-led analysis finds trepidation about Trump in Europe

SOJC doctoral student taps his Austria roots for a collaborative project
A computer icon for broadcasting
February 9

SOJC profs write about live-streaming in The Conversation

Nicole Dahmen and Seth Lewis discuss the ethics of Facebook Live, Periscope

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