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Hear from some of our most successful alumni about what makes the UO School of Journalism and Communication unique.



Allen Hall’s three-story transformation added 18,000 square feet and seamlessly combines traditional classrooms with labs and informal learning spaces designed to serve how students work and learn.

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Sixteen college students from around the state of Oregon were honored on Friday night at the George S. Turnbull Portland Center for participation in the 10-week Charles Snowden Program for Excellence in Journalism internship.

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In July, the School of Journalism and Communication welcomed Emmy-award winning journalist and former New York Times multimedia editor

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Ensuring that media thrives economically in the digital age. Educating the next generation of journalists. Empowering communities and journalists to work together.

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Gateway I and II students this week were treated to a Google Hangouts chat with the creators of "Mortified" after tweeting about their experience storyboarding a documentary about the show.

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John Soriano ’10 not only grabbed the attention of a top-tier reporter with a recent campaign he pitched, but he earned the reporter’s praise as well.

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To advance its position as a national and international leader in media research and practice, the University of Oregon has named Emmy-award winning journalist and former New York Times multimedia editor Andrew DeVigal the inaugural Chair of Journalism In

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