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.
As high schools adopt the Oregon Common Core State Standards (CCSS), journalism educators are struggling to provide creative approaches that are needed to meet the CCSS’ call for students to be able to “gather, comprehend, evaluate, synthesize, and report on information and ideas” and to “analyz
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. Seven of this year’s interns are students from the SOJC.
In July, the School of Journalism and Communication welcomed Emmy-award winning journalist and former New York Times multimedia editor Andrew DeVigal as its inaugural Chair of Journalism Innovation and Civic Engagement and the first professor of practice.
Ensuring that media thrives economically in the digital age. Educating the next generation of journalists. Empowering communities and journalists to work together.
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.
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.