SOJC Portland News

Find out why the SOJC's Strategic Communication Master's program in Portland is a good fit for mid-career professionals and how it leads to better jobs and higher salaries for graduates.
SOJC researcher Daniel Pimentel says the metaverse offers an interactive visual experience that can make seemingly distant threats, like climate change, feel close and personally relevant.
Snap AR Scholars, a student-led agency made up of designers and researchers, created an augmented reality storytelling experience to promote the nonprofit Hope for Haiti while building job skills.
Portland offers plenty of benefits for people looking for a place to settle into retirement. SOJC instructor Charlie Butler looks at the pros and cons in an article published in Portland Monthly.
Immersive Media Communication Master’s faculty answer questions about our new online program, from the logistics of taking virtual classes to the jobs you can get with this one-of-a-kind degree.
Immersive Media Communication Master’s director Donna Davis explains why PR professionals should understand tools like augmented and virtual reality and how they can use them in their work.
The SOJC’s Agora Journalism Center found that not all local news outlets are producing local news. Center director Andrew DeVigal explains how civic organizations fill the gaps in this Axios article.
The UO School of Journalism and Communication’s journalism program is evolving at its fastest pace ever to prepare students for a field that’s going through big changes.
Regina Lawrence, who is also research director for the Agora Research Center, participated on a panel of experts addressing a study by the nonpartisan League of Women Voters of Washington.
In spring 2023, members of the Multimedia Journalism Master’s program produced a documentary related to the racist history in Portland, Oregon, that dates back to the Lewis and Clark Expedition.