School of Journalism and Communication

Dancers at a recent show by the UO's new Hip Hop Ensemble, one of seven campus groups seeking crowdfunding help.
February 1

Seven new crowdfunding projects go live

The campaigns hope to use the power of crowdfunding to raise money for a variety of programs that serve students and the community.
UO President Michael Schill
January 25

President Schill to discuss access and education

Schill in November announced the Oregon Commitment, which provides many in-state students the support they need to graduate in four years.
Nikole Hannah-Jones, an investigative journalist from New York, will talk on campus Jan. 26 (Image: Politico.com)
January 21

NYT Mag reporter to discuss smart phones and power

Award-winning investigative reporter Nikole Hannah-Jones will discuss how smart phones and social media are democratizing the press and empowering people of
UO doctoral student Ricardo Valencia
January 20

Story of child immigrants goes uncovered, grad student finds

Ricardo Valencia wants people to be more aware of how the American media has covered the surge of unaccompanied children entering the U.S. from Central America.
Carol Stabile
January 6

Carol Stabile to discuss 'G-Men Masculinity' at upcoming Noon Talk

The talk is part of the Center for the Study of Women in Society's regular series featuring faculty and graduate research.
December 11

Journalism school earthquake event to be rebroadcast Monday

With the possibility of a large Cascadia subduction zone earthquake or other natural disaster still on people's minds, the UO School of Journalism and Commun
November 30

New partnership will help create new lab for media analysis

A new Insights and Analytics Lab within the School of Journalism and Communications will open in January.
Journalsim professor Hector Tobar is in the national spotlight for his book on 33 Chilean miners trapped underground for 69 days
November 12

UO's Hector Tobar named PEN book award judge

Hector Tobar, a professor in the UO’s School of Journalism and Communication, has been selected as one of three judges for the
An excerpt from Sousanis' 'Against the Flow,' which explores the idea of entropy
November 9

Comic studies scholar Nick Sousanis to hold public talk

His most recent textbook on constructing human knowledge through graphic storytelling — titled “Unflattening” — is a comic book itself.
October 20

A good story well told still inspires young journalists, UO professor says

Young people continue to flock to the profession in spite of shrinking staffs and public distrust, says UO professor Héctor Tobar.

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