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SOJC faculty members Donna Davis, Ed Madison, and Wes Pope have been selected as the inaugural fellows for the Center for Journalism Innovation and Civic Engagement.

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Tonya Alanez

As a crime reporter for the Sun Sentinel in Fort Lauderdale, Tonya Alanez ‘03 has spent considerable time covering the results of violence. What she had never had to contend with was violence aimed at her as a reporter or her newsroom.

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Masha Gessen

Masha Gessen, author of the novel “Words Will Break Cement,” will offer a reading and discussion as a part of the SOJC annual PageTurners workshop.

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Chris Stadler and Toby Hopp of Physio Media

The SOJC has been chosen to test Smart Eye in combination with Signal Fusion, a dashboard providing researchers a "multimodal" approach to media research.

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SOJC instructor Sung Park in Ghana

SOJC photojournalism instructor Sung Park was recently the keynote speaker at the Private Newspaper Publishers Association of Ghana’s seminar for leading journalists. The seminar was co-sponsored by the U.S. Embassy.

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Less than a year after leaving the University of Oregon, James Beké and Tyree Harris have created a television ad campaign for Beats by Dre headphones that’s gained national attention.<--break->

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Sam Stites chosen for News21

For the third year in a row, a journalism student at the University of Oregon has been selected for a fellowship with the Carnegie-Knight News21 national multimedia reporting initiative.

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SOJC Professor Donna Davis

Donna Davis, assistant professor in strategic communication program at the George S. Turnbull Portland Center, is currently focusing her research on how communities form in the virtual world and the social capital shared among people with Parkinson’s disease.

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In early February, Brandon Thornton, the strategic planner for Nike Basketball and Nike Golf at Wieden and Kennedy, hosted a two-day Junior Planner Tools workshop for Advertising students interested in account planning.

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Stephen Ward at panel on bioethics

Stephen Ward, Director and Professor at George S. Turnbull Center Portland Center School of Journalism and Communication, presented to the Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethics on Feb. 10 in Washington, DC.

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On Friday, February 28, 2014, students at the University of Oregon will have the opportunity to attend a half-day workshop featuring a range of women sharing their experiences working in media industries.

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Brian Storm is Frazier Journalist in Residence

Executive producer of the multimedia studio MediaStorm Brian Storm will visit the School of Journalism and Communication February 20-22 as the 2014 SOJC Frazier Journalist-in-Residence.

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