School of Journalism and Communication

Kathryn Thier (left) and Nicole Dahmen
September 9

SOJC pioneers 'solutions journalism' approach to news

Students approach stories by looking a problems and solutions together
UO student throwing the O in front of the 'YO' statue in New York City
August 22

High-flying Ducks swoop into New York for media tour

Donor couple helps top journalism students take an O-shaped bite out of the Big Apple
SOJC student Christian Hartwell interviewing a protester in Argentina.
August 15

Study abroad teaches SOJC students real-world lessons

The trip included a visit to newspaper offices recently trashed by armed thugs trying to silence the publication
Viktoriia Haiboniuk
August 4

The power of storytelling draws Ukrainian scholar to SOJC

Fulbright student Viktoriia Haiboniuk was drawn to the school's Portland multimedia program
Carol Stabile
August 1

Professor to serve as associate dean for social sciences in CAS

Carol Stabile will take on the role following the appointment of Bruce Blonigen as interim dean of the business school
Lori Shontz and a student in the advanced reporting class
July 27

Sports reporting kept student journalists on the run at Trials

The Olympic Trials offered a real-world newsroom for students in Advanced Sports Reporting
Juan-Carlos Molleda, dean of the School of Journalism and Communication
July 15

Optimism, broad communications experiences drive new SOJC dean

Juan-Carlos Molleda took a nontraditional route into academia and is ready to help students take on the changing challenges in communications
Matt Pittman
June 10

SOJC grad student to research 'phoneliness' at Oxford

Matt Pittman will study social media and human connection as part of a prestigious fellowship
Portrait of Kate Rohrich, class of 2016
May 31

Graduate Profile: Kate Rohrich

"I’ve learned that the things that make you different and that you’re passionate about are some of the best things you have to offer to the world." — Meet Kate...
Poster for panel discussion
May 30

Panel discussion will focus on how to promote research

The June 3 panel will explore ways to get research in front of a wider audience

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