School of Journalism and Communication

White board with words and drawings
May 12

Portland conference tackles trust, involvement and storytelling

SOJC event looks at the role of civic life in community journalism 
Sally Garner with a student
May 11

SOJC student services director earns national advising award

Sally Garner also was named the Region 8 outstanding advising administrator
Old-style microphone
May 4

SOJC prof says lack of public funding hurts public broadcasting

Chris Chavez says most money for public media comes from private businesses and individuals
Kyu Ho Youm
May 3

Court gag orders could be unconstitutional, UO prof says

Kyu Ho Youm, a journalism professor and First Amendment scholar, questioned Deschutes County's use of the orders
Sapeurs in Paris
April 21

Social movements and fashion converge in a senior thesis

Hannah Steinkopf-Frank first learned about la Sape in a French class and made it the topic of her thesis.
EPA head Scott Pruitt
April 18

SOJC profs say EPA cuts would hurt at-risk communities

Deborah Morrison and Nicole Dahmen say the Trump budget endanger the poor, native communities
A rest stop for the homeless in Eugene
April 7

Solutions journalism project tackles the issue of homelessness

The SOJC's Nicole Dahmen writes about a new approach to news writing for
NVC logo
March 31

Students vie for top prize in New Venture Championship

One of the world’s top student business plan competitions starts April 12 at UO Portland
UO journalism professor Alex Tizon
March 28

SOJC professor, Pulitzer Prize winner Alex Tizon dies at age 57

Tizon won more than a dozen journalism awards and fellowships during his 30-year career
'What is Life?' logo
March 20

Conference delves into how media permeates everyday life

The event will explore the connection between communication and a range of human endeavors