School of Journalism and Communication

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February 7

Journalists pursue news and solutions in new SOJC program

With a recent grant, Catalyst is expanding its evidence-based approach to news
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February 2

Series hopes to spark a dialogue on freedom of expression

Campus events aim for productive conversations about challenging issues
Professor with students
January 29

SOJC campaign will help more students explore career paths

Crowdfunding campaign will help high school students attend summer program in Eugene
Girl on horseback
January 24

Work of UO professors helps preserve indigenous storytelling

Several projects around the Northwest are helping preserve historical tales and ways of life
Damian Radcliffe, SOJC professor, working at a computer
January 19

Prof's 10 seminal moments in the history of audio storytelling

Journalism professor Damian Radcliffe identifies important moments in audio storytelling
A tweet from from a UO student athlete
January 18

Training Duck athletes, 280 characters at a time

The SOJC’s Kelli Matthews helps student-athletes navigate the social media landscape
Kyu Ho Youm
January 11

Kyu Ho Youm’s work reshaped free speech laws worldwide

The UO journalism professor is the first John Marshall First Amendment Chair
2017 Payne Award ethics panel members
January 2

Nominate an ethical journalist for the Ancil Payne Award

The annual SOJC award celebrates the tough calls made by those working in the media
Jesse Abdenour
December 29

Study: Corporate TV news outlets do more investigative reports

But the overall amount of in-depth reporting remains low, UO journalism professor Jesse Abdenour finds
Regina Lawrence
December 5

Prof questions once-trusted journalists found to be abusers

Professor Regina Lawrence shares her expertise with the New York Times

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