School of Journalism and Communication

Faris Cassell and the Unanswered Letter
July 7

Faris Cassell and the Unanswered Letter

Journalism graduate Faris Cassell sleuths a 60-year-old mystery involving the Holocaust
Illustration with portraits of four UO experts
June 16

UO experts weigh in on the shape of a post-pandemic world

They say some things are going back to normal, but other changes may stick around
A group of Roseburg students circa 1959
June 11

How grade schoolers took on Eisenhower, Hoover and Russia

UO journalism students track down a Cold War story that roiled a Roseburg school
Prison cells
May 27

SOJC team brings awareness to harsh juvenile sentencing

'Public Plea' documentary follows several young Black men facing transfer to adult prison
Faculty members at whiteboard discussing story plan
May 18

Faculty members work to improve COVID-19 communication

Drawing from experts across campus, a team is helping craft clear messaging on the virus
Woman wearing VR headset
May 13

Virtual reality could help put the empathy back in pandemic life

Two new papers by SOJC faculty members highlight the benefits and limits of VR
Tim Gleason
May 6

UO launches search to find next academic-athletic liaison

Tim Gleason has announced his plans to retire and step down from the post
Airport scene
May 5

Here are 4 tips to help you figure out tricky pandemic stats

The UO's Ellen Peters offers tips to keep you from tripping up on the swirl of numbers
Collage of research activities
May 3

The 2021 Faculty Research Awards go to 12 UO scholars

Researchers and scholars from a range of disciplines receive support funding
Multnomah Falls
April 21

At the UO Earth Day isn't once a year, it's a way of life

The breadth and scope of its environmental programs make the university a national leader