School of Journalism and Communication

Student photographer in Vietnam
May 17

Learning by doing is what gives SOJC students an edge

Students can get their feet wet in an array of job experiences that prep them for postgrad careers
Karen Freberg
May 17

Social media expert to give public talk May 23 at SOJC

Karen Freberg, an author and professor, is part of the school's PR Game Changer Speaker Series
Second Life screenshot
May 11

Spending time in virtual worlds can make real lives better

SOJC professor Donna Davis studies how computer simulations can help people with disabilities
Gilman student in Mexico
May 10

12 students receive Gilman Scholarships, UO ranks 11th

The recipients will travel to Asia, Africa, the Middle East and Europe for study and research
Sravya Tadepalli, winner of a Harry S. Truman Scholarship
May 1

UO’s newest Truman Scholar even surprised herself by winning

Clark Honors student Sravya Tadepalli nails her final interview to land a spot in the 2018 class of one of the nation's most prestigious scholarship programs
Satellite view of hurricane
April 19

Change Rangers enlist kids in the fight to address climate change

Two SOJC students win an international competition with their idea for a new kind of Scouting
Jake Swantko behind the camera
April 16

UO grad Jake Swantko on winning an Oscar: 'We just exploded'

Q & A with the SOJC alumni who served as director of photography for the Oscar-winning film 'Icarus'
Boy in Puerto Rico after hurricane
April 13

Eye of the storm: UO students reach out to hard-hit Puerto Rico

An ethnic studies class studied issues of race and justice through the lens of Hurricane Maria
What is Universe logo
April 13

Portland conference delves into communication networks

This year's event, with the theme is 'What is Universe,' takes place April 19-21 at UO Portland
UO Portland's White Stag Block
April 5

UO Portland celebrates 10 years in the White Stag Block

An open house April 17 will showcase academics and other programs provided in the Rose City

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