School of Journalism and Communication

Nikole Hannah-Jones
February 8

New York Times reporter brings ‘The 1619 Project’ to the UO

Nikole Hannah-Jones won a Pulitzer Prize for her work documenting the legacy of slavery
Syringe with vaccine
February 3

The next vaccine hurdle? Convincing a skeptical public

UO faculty weigh in on steps that could bring the pandemic scourge to an earlier end
Middle school student studying
January 29

Donors launch endowment to aid Journalistic Learning Initiative

Nancy and Dave Petrone hope the new fund will make the program self-sustaining
Art exhibit
January 27

UO plans events to honor and celebrate Black History Month

February offerings range from networking opportunities to local and national guests
Esports player with Duck on headphones
January 22

SOJC researchers look at how the pandemic affects esports

Amanda Cote and Maxwell Foxman want to help strengthen virtual gaming programs
Oregon Marching band and Dane Johnsen
January 20

Duck Tale: Ducks and Musicians Band Together to Beat Stanford

Remembering November 14, 2015, and an upset in Palo Alto set to an Oregon Marching Band soundtrack
Ancil Payne Award plaques
January 8

SOJC opens nominations for journalism ethics award

Submissions for the annual Ancil Payne Award must be received by Feb. 15
Kathleen Hall Jamieson
January 8

Researcher to discuss challenges of COVID-19 communication

Kathleen Jamieson co-founded FactCheck.org and is a professor at UPenn
Professor Seth Lewis seated and lecturing
December 22

Distinguishing fact from fiction in the current media environment

Journalism professor says the media world in 2020 was ripe for misinformation to thrive
Mark Blaine filming a documentary scene
December 16

New center bridges the gap between science and the public

The SOJC’s Center for Science Communication Research aims to ease the comprehension of complex science

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