School of Journalism and Communication

Polly Irungu looking through a camera lens
April 20

UO student selected for multimedia fellowship

Polly Irungu, a senior journalism major, will receive an all-expense-paid fellowship to Washington, D.C.
Ancil Payne Award for Ethics in Journalism
April 20

AP, Las Vegas reporters win Ancil Payne ethics awards

The Payne Award recognizes ethical practice and decisions in journalism that demonstrate courage and integrity.
Students planting flowers on Earth Day
April 18

Going green for UO Earth Week

UO celebrates Earth Week with activities and events all week for students, staff and community members.
Journalsim professor Hector Tobar
April 13

Hector Tobar to speak on Latino power, immigration

Tobar was part of the reporting team that won a Pulitzer Prize for coverage of the 1992 Los Angeles riots.
What is Media conference logo
April 8

Portland conference explores the changing role of media

Not too long ago, the word “media” referred to defined communication channels, such as newspapers, film, radio and television.
UO entrance sign
April 8

April 8 update: Comments sought as interviews conclude

The final candidate in the SOJC dean search presents today.
University of Oregon Logo
April 7

April 7 update: Interviews continue, no public presentation today

The final candidate presentation is Friday for the School of Journalism and Communication.
UO doctoral student Ricardo Valencia
April 5

Washington Post highlights UO work on child immigration

Ricardo Valencia, a doctoral student in the School of Journalism and Communication, studies unaccompanied children who migrate to the United States.
The UO emblem on Dads Gate
April 5

April 5 update: CAS and SOJC candidates at 9:30 a.m. and noon

Only a few additional presentations remain this week, and all the names of the finalists are now available
UO entrance sign
April 4

April 4 update: LCB and AAA deans' presentations at 2 and 4

Additional dean finalists are interviwing on campus in the search for four deans.

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