School of Journalism and Communication

Uniform upcycling
September 13

Duck grad gives surplus uniforms a new life through upcycling

Scott Hamlin turns used uniforms and other gear into new products with his company, Looptworks
Kayvon Thibodeaux in his Duck uniform
September 6

Duck academics score a win, landing football's No.1 recruit

Defensive end Kayvon Thibodeaux was wowed by the program and professors in the SOJC
Art for Justice
August 23

Companies promoting causes can be accused of 'wokewashing'

Professor Kim Sheehan says firms can also be important allies in the quest for social change
Woman wearing virtual reality headset
August 23

Portland lab immerses students in the media of the future

The SOJC facility uses virtual-, augmented- and mixed-reality media to create social innovation
SOJC professor Troy Elias (right) and graduate student Dani Clarke
July 30

People of color support climate action, but few get credit for it

SOJC research finds environmental groups and media neglect those most affected by global warming
Photo courtesy of David Loveall
July 10

Doing Time: Lauren Kessler Explores Prison Life

A Q and A with author Lauren Kessler on justice and forgiveness in US prisons
Allen Hall
June 12

Leader named for new Media Center for Science and Technology

Decision sciences expert Ellen Peters, a UO alumna, will be the center's new director
Graduation scene
June 4

Ducks carve their own paths to graduation, and the future

Take a look at how seven Ducks managed their academic lives and prepared for the next ones
Oregon Reality Lab at UO Portland
May 22

Immersive media is the focus of a summer workshop in Portland

Professionals will learn about virtual and augmented realities during the eight-week course
2019 Gilman Scholars (left-to-right) Top: Angel Lopez Sanchez, Mikayla Lindsey, Oksana Leontyuk, Hawi Jaldo, Donald Morrison; Middle: Kelly Dang, Paige Parkes, Emi Weiss, Jazmin Cole, Harrison Mal; Bottom: Zaida Hatfield, Cosmina Ioanas, Margaret Faliano,
May 20

Largest cohort in UO history awarded Gilman scholarships

The 19 undergraduate students will study or intern abroad this summer