The term podcasting has grown in popularity steadily the last couple of decades and is currently experiencing a significant boon in both the number of producers and listeners. As with many emerging and evolving industries, standards and guidelines remain elusive while experimentation is wonderfully abundant. From daily news segments to fictional long-form stories, the growing number of high-quality podcasts is vying for the attention of the listening public.
In this session, Designing for the Ear, we will present and discuss the current trends and needs to help us better understand this new ecosystem of podcasts and audio storytelling. We invite thoughtful podcast producers and audio storytellers to share their storytelling craft in using audio interviews, script writing for the ear, and sound design.
Kaitlin Prest of The Heart (Radiotopia) and The Shadows (CBC)
Peter Frick-Wright of Outside Online
Dmae Roberts of Stage and Studio (KBOO)
Leah Sottile of Bundyville
Moderated by Andrew DeVigal, Chair in Journalism Innovation and Civic Engagement at University of Oregon and Associate Director, Agora Journalism Center
Networking reception will immediately follow.
Please RSVP by April 2nd.
On this fall quarter program, you will embark on a ‘voyage’ of discovery through some of the major Italian films. You will learn why Italian films have been so influential around the world and why Italy is the country that has won the highest number of Academy Awards. By living in Italy and experiencing its rich culture, you will appreciate why cinema matters so much to the Italian people. Excursions to Rome and Venice will allow you to visit important historic sites and film locations. Come and learn more about the program from Dr. Sergio Rigoletto, Associate Professor of Italian and Cinema Studies.
September 19 - December 7
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Dana Frank is Professor of History Emerita at the University of California, Santa Cruz. In this presentation Dana Frank will discuss her new book, The Long Honduran Night: Resistance, Terror, and the United States in the Aftermath of the Coup, which examines Honduras since the 2009 coup that deposed democratically-elected President Manuel Zelaya. In the book, she interweaves her personal experiences in post-coup Honduras and in the US Congress with a larger analysis of the coup regime and its ongoing repression, Honduran opposition movements, US policy in support of the regime, and Congressional challenges to that policy. Her book helps us understand the root causes of the immigrant caravans of Hondurans leaving for the US, and the destructive impact of US policy.
2019 marks the ten-year anniversary and ninth annual What is...? conference-experience.
What is Technology? will examine interactions and transactions among practical arts and tools, techniques and processes, moral knowledge and imagination, to navigate our everchanging world. In a broad sense, technology can be understood as methods of intelligent inquiry and problem-solving in all domains of life. The conference-experience will enact a collaborative network of transdisciplinary research by cultivating information and communication as the heart of science, technology, engineering, art, medicine, and environments.
• Eric Schatzberg (Georgia Tech)
• Victoria Vesna (UCLA)
• Colin Koopman (Univ. of Oregon)
• Nandini Ranganathan (PNCA)
• Clifford Christians (Univ. of Illinois)
• Carolyn Marvin (Univ. of Pennsylvania)
• Larry Hickman (Southern Illinois Univ. Carbondale)
• Kenji Williams (NASA)
• Charlene Haddock Seigfried (Purdue Univ.)
• Mark Bedau (Reed College)
• Carolyn R. Miller (North Carolina State Univ.)
• Donna Z. Davis (Univ. of Oregon)
• Peter Golding (Univ. of Glasgow, England)
• Lana Rakow (Univ. of North Dakota)
• Melissa Gregg (Intel Corporation)
• Scott Stoud (Univ. of Texas at Austin)
• Amber Case (Institute for the Future)
Early Bird Registration Open!
Spring Career Fair Week – 2019
The Career Center is hosting an entire week of career preparation and job opportunity during Spring Career Fair Week, April 15th through April 19th! This is the best/last time this year for students to connect with the more than 80 + companies attending these events. It’s also great time to get your questions answered and your resume reviewed by a career adviser. Below is the week’s schedule. More information can be accesed on Handshake or the Career Center's website, career.uoregon.edu.
Spring Career Fair Week
April, 15 through 19, 2019
All events open to all students
Drop-in Peer Advising: April 15 - 19, 2019; 10am-4pm (Career Center)
How to Find an Internship – Workshop: April 15, 2019; 4pm – 5pm (Career Center)
Caffeinated Chats with Career Advisers: April 16, 2019; 10am-1pm (EMU Taylor Lounge)
Spring Networking Night: April 16, 2019; 6pm-8pm (EMU Ballroom)
Spring Career Fair & Fair Backstage Pass: April 17, 2019; 12pm-4pm (EMU Ballroom)
Internship and Career Interviews: April 18, 2019; 9am-5pm (EMU Ballroom)
You recently graduated or are about to graduate from the UO—yay! But you aren't sure what your next move is. The pressure is on to find a job, but you find yourself wondering where to even start.
Join our upcoming Job Search Group in Portland and connect with other 2018-19 UO graduates and graduating students looking for work in Portland. You'll get support from a small group of peers, opportunities to connect with UO alumni and hear their job search advice, and concrete steps to get you that job!
Sessions are held Tuesdays and Thursdays from noon to 1:30 p.m. beginning April 16 and ending May 2, 2019. Bring your lunch!
Session 1 [Tuesday, April 16] Aligning your career values and interests
Session 2 [Thursday, April 18] Knowing yourself and creating your brand
Session 3 [Tuesday, April 23] Becoming known through networking
Session 4 [Thursday, April 25] Writing resumes and cover letters
Session 5 [Tuesday, April 30] Interviewing successfully
Session 6 [Thursday, May 2] Sharing your job search plan
Space is limited to 2018-19 UO graduates or graduating students. There is no cost to attend.
Group will meet at the White Stag Block, 70 NW Couch St., Portland, OR 97209, Suite 241
Want to join us?
RSVP now to firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 503-412-3701.
"Higher education is facing a crisis of trust. When members of your community feel heard, invested in, and served by your institution, they’ll trust you, volunteer, and donate. Without their trust, our institutions can't survive. The stakes couldn’t be higher: Democracy and the next generation’s economic mobility depend on higher education's ability to get this right.
At ListenUp EDU, we will ditch the typical conference agenda of prosaic presentations and sleepy panels to chart the path ahead for higher ed together. Join us to explore how adopting a culture of listening, service, and trust-building can accelerate student success outcomes, alumni engagement, marketing and communications, and advancement.
Learn listening and service strategies for creating lasting change at your institution
Help build a movement to solve higher ed's most daunting problems
Form lasting working relationships with the best of the best in higher ed
Early Bird conference registration closes on March 1, 2019.
Please join the BEseries and our partners: Lunquist College of Business and the School of Journalism and Communication, as we welcome Tabia Yapp to the UO campus! Tabia is the founder and director of Beotis Creative, a boutique agency that represents a leading roster of contemporary speakers, poets, writers, and multidisciplinary artists of color such as Eve L. Ewing, Kaveh Akbar, Fatimah Asghar & Danez Smith to name a few! Currently based in Los Angeles, CA & originally from Omaha, NE - Tabia began her career working for Creative Artists Agency (CAA) & later Fred Segal. While with CAA, Tabia worked under the wing of a veteran licensing agent & oversaw product collaborations, capsule collections, & global franchise deals for brands & talent such as: Hewlett-Packard, Mr. Chow, Marchesa, CB2, Bloomingdales, Missoni, Alexander Wang, & Halle Berry. During her tenure with Fred Segal as Brand Operations Manager, Tabia managed build out budgets for the launch of a 20,000 square foot LA flagship retail store, packaging, hardware & tech, e-commerce operations, and developed a custom point-of-sale system tailored to fit Fred Segal's unique multibrand business model. She onboarded 60+ brand tenants and executed experiential events & pop up programming working with top brands including: Nike x Lebron James, CFDA, Levi's, Kith, Domino Magazine & CB2. Having identified a gap in resources & representation for emerging talent of color, Tabia founded BEOTIS in 2015, a boutique agency that exclusively reps a roster of multidisciplinary artists of color. BEOTIS functions as a speakers' bureau, as well as, a creative agency to represent artists during commercial partnerships & lifestyle collaborations. Join the BEseries and our partners for a free dinner, presentation & moderated Q&A with Tabia Yapp!
Tough Calls, Celebrated
Join the School of Journalism and Communication for a lunch reception and award ceremony celebrating the tough calls journalists made in the field in 2018. You'll hear firsthand from the winning journalists of Minnesota Public Radio News, who won for their careful and rigorous reporting of a #MeToo moment within their own organization.
The winners will provide a brief talk about their story and participate in a moderated Q&A with the audience. Lunch will be provided. This event is free and open to the public.
12 p.m. Lunch reception begins
12:30 p.m. Program and award ceremony begins
The Ancil Payne Award was established in 1999 by the family of Seattle broadcasting legend Ancil Payne to honor the difficult ethical choices journalists make behind the scenes--critical decisions that are often invisible to the public.
*By invitation only
On Wednesday, April 24, we will bring together organizations and individuals who contribute to community-driven solutions addressing Portland’s housing crisis. The goal of the gathering is to briefly present the big picture view of where we are and how we got here, support the do-ers who are creating positive change and to inspire future do-ers in our community. We will showcase current projects, discuss and identify opportunities and collaboration, and create a working network of do-ers in the Portland community.
This gathering will highlight how Portland is better because of the work of individuals and community groups. If that’s you, we want to hear from you! There are two ways to participate:
As a Contributor - You have time, resources, and perhaps even an idea to contribute, but you’re not sure how you can help. This is a chance for you to hear what others are working on and lend that hand or whatever contribution makes sense for you. If this is you, then please register as a “Contributor” along with the sector of the community you’re coming from: city or government agency role, non-profit organization, and interested community member.
As a Do-er - A “do-er” is an individual, group or organization actively working on a community-driven project addressing Portland’s housing crisis and seeks additional help or resources in order to be successful. If this is you, please register as a “do-er” in the field below. Note: A select number of do-ers will have the opportunity to present their projects and be eligible for a small grants opportunity. Because we have limited seats for do-ers at this gathering, only currently active projects will be eligible to apply. More information about the application process will be emailed to you. Do-ers who were not selected will still be encouraged to attend the gathering.
Please send all accessibility questions and accommodation requests, including requests for translation and interpretation, to this email no later than April 6, 2019. Thank you for your consideration and registering early for this event. If you have any questions, please reach out to this email.
Food will be provided. Located in Portland’s historic Old Town Chinatown district, the White Stag Block, is accessible by public transportation and a SmartPark lot at NW Naito Parkway and Davis Street.
The event is sponsored by Portland CityCommissioner Chloe Eudaly’s Office; Office of Community & Civic Life; University of Oregon’s Agora Journalism Center; Central Northeast Neighbors (CNN), East Portland Neighborhood Office (EPNO), Northeast Coalition of Neighborhoods (NECN), Southeast Uplift Neighborhood Coalition (SEUL) North Portland Neighborhood Services (NPNS), Neighbors West-Northwest (NWNW), Southwest Neighborhoods, Inc. (SWNI)
Sue will be talking about her new book: Networked News, Racial Divides: How Power and Privilege Shape Public Discourse in Progressive Communities.
A full professor with tenure, Sue Robinson joined the UW-Madison faculty at the School of Journalism and Mass Communication in January 2007 and now holds the Helen Firstbrook Franklin Professor of Journalism research chair. As a scholar, she explores how journalists and news organizations adopt new information communication technologies to report on public affairs in new forms and formats as well as how audiences and individuals can use the technologies for civic engagement. Central to her work is the consideration of information flow as it moves through specific media ecologies and networks at the local community level.
Her current multi-phased, multi-method book (Networked News, Racial Divides: How Power & Privilege Shape Progressive Communities) researches how digital platforms enable and constrain citizens – especially those in marginalized communities – who produce and share information in the public sphere about racial achievement disparities in the K-12 education system. Using Bourdieu’s field theory as its theoretical framework, the book is meant to be a guide for journalists, politicians, activists and others on how to navigate information networks to improve public deliberation.
Please RSVP by April 18.
Sunday, June 16, 2019
Matthew Knight Arena
Tickets not required
GRADUATES! Make sure you register for the ceremony on Marching Order. A link will be sent to your email address in May. You can find more information on the SOJC Commencement website, here: https://journalism.uoregon.edu/commencement/
Students need to check-in at Matt Knight Arena between 11-11:30 a.m. Students will begin being seated by 11:40 a.m.
Ceremony will start promptly at 12:00 p.m.
Parking will be available in the Columbia garage.
REGALIA (cap and gown, etc.): Purchase at the Duck Store starting early April (http://www.uoduckstore.com/graduation-packages)
Visiting friends and family are encouraged to make travel arrangements early.
More details are coming soon. If you or someone you know needs special accommodations to enjoy the event, please contact email@example.com