School of Journalism and Communication

Griffith’s mother Abu greets Funk with a hug
January 23

Exploring the life of the blind through multimedia storytelling

Using immersive sound, an SOJC master's student brings light to a woman's story
Playing the Wildfire board game
January 21

Grad student's board game helps teach climate change

Players roll dice to decide what tools to use to contain wildland fires
2019 Payne Award winners
January 16

Support ethical journalism with a Payne Award nomination

In its 20th year, the SOJC award is a way to honor journalism and news outlets
Ashley Baker shooting video
January 9

Multimedia journalism grad student makes elemental change

Ashley Baker was on track for a career in chemistry before turning to storytelling
Dog being petted
January 6

Writing better pet adoption ads could prevent euthanasia

A journalism professor finds that using storytelling language leads to more adoptions
Student at microscope
December 13

Undergraduate research awards go to seven UO scholars

Each of the students received up to $1,000 to help cover project expenses
Map seen through magnifier
November 19

Local news can bridge the media trust gap, if the public pays

Professor Damian Radcliffe discusses ways local journalists can rebuild public trust
Lori Shontz and SOJC students
October 22

SOJC students take the gold with coverage of Doha meet

Students covered the IAAF Track and Field World Championships as part of an innovative class
Leslie Leve
October 21

Multiyear research awards, grants rose 70 percent in 2018-19

Overall, the university brought in $3 milllion more than last year in grants and contracts
Pocket calculator
September 16

Paper: Math skills aren't enough to get through hard decisions

Skill with numbers requires confidence as well as knowledge, prof writes in The Conversation