School of Journalism and Communication

UO student doing interview in the French Quarter
September 9

SOJC students visit New Orleans to cover real-world stories

Professor Ed Madison and five students captured stories about its culture and resilience
Illustration of people talking online
August 22

A person’s true feelings can be revealed in language patterns

A new study by an SOJC prof examines the intersection of deception, dehumanization and language
Globe with stethoscope
August 1

Professor offers prescription to better explain climate and health

New England Journal of Medicine paper explores ways to discuss health and climate change
Students in press area at Hayward Field
July 18

Students in the sports media program take on the Worlds

School of Journalism and Communication students are creating content for the event
SOJC alum Rebecca Woolington ’09 (left) and her Tampa Bay Times colleagues Corey G. Johnson (center) and Eli Murray won the 2022 Pulitzer Prize in Investigative Reporting. Photo courtesy of Tampa Bay Times.
July 12

Alumna's Pulitzer Prize win marks 15th Duck to receive the award

Rebecca Woolington and colleagues at the Tampa Bay Times won the 2022 Pulitzer Prize in Investigative Reporting
Kayvon Thibodeaux
July 12

Kayvon Thibodeaux: the “modern” athlete

Kayvon Thibodeaux’s JREAM foundation focuses on instilling confidence and educating the youth in Southern California
Paul Swanagrd sits in Hayward Field booth to cover the world championships
July 6

Insider's View: Paul Swangard

This summer holds special meaning for NBC broadcaster, UO faculty member, alumnus, and “the voice of Hayward Field”
Project Shell logo with sea turtle
June 22

Virtual reality gives humans a turtle's-eye view of wildlife

Putting humans into the body of a sea turtle influenced attitudes on environmental issues
Rebecca Woolington and colleagues
June 16

UO graduate is the 15th Duck to receive a Pulitzer Prize

Rebecca Woolington, a 2009 SOJC grad, helped uncover toxic practices at a battery plant
Donald Trump and reporters
June 14

Four ways the news media have changed since Trump

SOJC professor Seth Lewis and co-authors ask whether journalism has lost its relevance