School of Journalism and Communication

Stained glass version of the university seal
March 17

Candidates come calling as dean searches rev up

With four dean searches underway, candidates for all of them could be on campus at the same time in the weeks following spring break.
UO journalism professor Alex Tizon
March 15

Professor's story unravels an Alaskan mystery

Alex Tizon delves into the disappearance of two men and how the search to uncover their fate brings two families together in a strange and surprising way.
Fembot logo
March 8

Fembot Initiative to again join Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon

The edit-a-thon contributes material to Wikipedia on movements and ideas historically marginalized because of gender, race or sexuality.
Ann Curry, UO grad and former NBC News anchor
March 3

Former NBC News anchor Ann Curry visits SOJC class

Curry earned her bachelor's degree at the UO and is a member of the Board of Trustees; she visited students in the School of Journalism and Communication on...
Food barrels across campus still have plenty of room as the annual food drive enters its second half.
February 22

Food drive: Bake sales, auctions help fill barrels

Faculty, staff and students have until the last day of February to help fill donation barrels with donations for Food for Lane County.
February 8

Ad Bowl: Puppymonkeybaby and Willem Dafoe get buzz

Watched almost as much for the commercials as the game, this year's Super Bowl had plenty to like as dislike, says UO advertising instructor David Koranda.
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.

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