School of Journalism and Communication

Polly Irungu
February 17

UO alumna to take part in panel on diversity in photography

Polly Irungu, a 2017 grad, is the founder of Black Women Photographers
Man throwing money in air
January 21

Good at math? Then money may influence your satisfaction

People better with numbers had the highest life satisfaction when they had high incomes
Bike-riding couple on UO campus
December 29

UO experts offer some New Year's climate-change resolutions

From hopping on a bike to instilling hope in young people, try these everyday steps
Maxwell Foxman in the School of Journalism and Communication (credit: Cheyenne Thorpe, BS ’19
December 19

Maxwell Foxman Examines "The Elephant in the Zoom"

Virtual meeting spaces aren’t as inclusive as we’d like to think, and researchers aim to expose the inequities
SOJC student shoots footage on the Sheridan glacier in Alaska
December 14

SOJC documentary program connects students to filmmakers

Professional guidance from masters of the craft is a cornerstone of the classes
Tired woman watching Zoom meeting
December 10

Professor to probe the toll of virtual interaction at workplaces

The SOJC's Maxwell Foxman received a $1.15 million NSF grant to study 'Zoom fatigue'
Panels with SOJC students
December 8

Students find their passion, purpose and people at the SOJC

College is not just about getting a degree. It’s about planning your life story.
Gabriela Martinez and Chris Chavez
December 3

SOJC faculty members tapped to lead campus departments

Gabriela Martínez and Chris Chávez are bringing their expertise to new roles
Liz Shuler, AFL-CIO president, speaks to union supporters (credit: AFL-CIO)
November 29

Liz Shuler of AFL-CIO is A Voice for the People

As the first woman and first Oregonian to helm the AFL-CIO, Liz Shuler leads the nation’s unions with conviction
Smartphone texting the word 'lies'
November 17

Are people lying more with social media and smartphones?

UO professor says more lies happen on the phone, but the amount of lying overall is low