Professor Deborah Morrison talks about the past decade of the advertising program in the SOJC, what she does as area director to help make the SOJC the best in the nation, and the proof she's seen throughout the years that our graduates are making a difference in the world.
Science and Memory program featured on MediaShift
Learn about the Science and Memory program’s learning adventures in Cordova, Alaska.
An SOJC climate change reporting project.
Find out how the Agora Journalism Center and the SOJC are tackling the issue of engagement and leading the conversation about what engagement means for the future.
Creating a conversation with students, faculty, and journalists about reporting tragic events.
Rise again: SOJC students document resilience following a devastating earthquake in Nepal
“We can come back. We can come back to our normal life. And one day, we can rise again.” These are the words you will see when you first arrive at the "Rise Again" website created by SOJC students Kyle Hentschel and Sutton Raphael. The site is the culmination of their visit to Nepal to document the aftermath of a devastating earthquake that hit the nation in April 2015.
Find out more about the making of "Rise Again."
It took hours of editing and collaboration, not to mention multiple trips to Cordova, Alaska. But it was well worth all the work. SOJC students who participated in the Science and Memory Program produced “Will You Change?”, a powerful multimedia piece promoting awareness of global climate change.
The video was so good, in fact, that it was nominated to the shortlist at the One Screen Film Festival.
Find out more about the making of "Will You Change?"
Ruben Garcia, a senior studying advertising and journalism in the SOJC, is proving that anything can be accomplished with creativity, drive and determination with work already published in BBC, Oregon Public Broadcasting, and The Register-Guard.
Find out more about Ruben Garcia.
The Locals Project is a freelance multimedia endeavor launched last August by a team that includes University of Oregon (UO) School of Journalism and Communication (SOJC) student Will Saunders as well as UO alumni Scott Proctor and Tommy Pittenger. While the subjects of their multimedia stories will be homegrown athletes, artists and others with “the lives most of us only dream about,” according to The Local Project’s Vimeo page, the ultimate purpose is to bring into focus what’s most important in all our lives.
Find out more about The Locals Project.
Allen Hall Advertising (AHA) is a student-run advertising agency in the SOJC. With a focus on creativity and innovation, AHA provides SOJC students with a professional advertising experience working with real-world clients. One of AHA’s most recent projects was a campaign for the Generals, Eugene’s Tier 3 junior hockey team. Students worked together to create a new brand identity that will increase awareness of the team and boost attendance at Generals events.
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