Faculty & Staff

Jeremy Swartz

Jeremy Swartz

Postdoctoral Fellow

142 Franklin Building

Jeremy is a postdoctoral fellow in the School of Journalism and Communication at the University of Oregon. He is a member of the Institute of Cognitive & Decision Sciences, Center for Advanced Technology in Education (Immersive Environments), and holds certificates in New Media and Culture and Communication Ethics. Jeremy has designed courses in civic media and ecologies of media and co-designed curricula for complexity science, digital anthropology, embodied aesthetics, hybrid law, and network philosophy (also see courses taught/assisted below). As curator, he has collaborated on installations and/or experiences with the NW Film Center/Portland Art Museum, White Box, Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Wayne Lyman Morse United States Courthouse, and the Hult Center for the Performing Arts. Jeremy was co-director of the “What is Media?” conference (2016) at UO in Portland, and was recently inducted into the Kappa Tau Alpha National Honor Society.


PhD, Communication and Society, University of Oregon, 2016
MSc, Interdisciplinary Studies, University of Oregon, 2010
BA, Music—emphasis in composition, University of Oregon, 2000


2015-2016  Outstanding Doctoral Student Teaching
2015-2016  Glenn Starlin Endowed Fellowship
2014-2015  Columbia Scholarship
2012-2013  HASTAC Fellow, UCHRI


Civic Media
Communication History
Communication Theory and Media Research
Creative Strategy (Advertising)
Ecologies of Media
Gateway to Media I, II, and III
Media and Society
Media Ethics
Media Literacy (at Portland State University)
Philosophy of Communication, Media, and Information
Principles of Public Relations