News from the School of Journalism and Communication

Find out what SOJC students, faculty, and alumni are up to on campus, on the national stage, and beyond.

Sophia Cossette ’24, a journalism major and double minor in geography and science communication, produced a story for KLCC on the politics of coffee and how a local roaster is adapting and thriving.  
Luka DeMay ’25, a journalism major with minors in multimedia and creative writing, produced a story for Eugene radio station KLCC called "First Steps," which profiled Upbeat, a UO tap dancing club.
Journalism major Anne Armstrong ’24 chronicled the story of Sophie Kirkwood, a UO lacrosse player who suffered a devastating injury. "The Cost of Lacrosse" aired on KLCC’s Morning Edition June 17.
Denise Silfee ’20 wanted a career that combined her love of nature with writing and photography, so she got her wish after earning a Journalism Master’s from the SOJC.
Romie Avivi Stuhl ’25 has been selected as a News21 fellow working on “Fractured—The State of American Democracy” at the Arizona State Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication this summer.
In May, Professor Damian Radcliffe led a group of journalism students on a tour of 16 New York City newsrooms, media outlets, and tech companies. Here are his insights on the biggest issues facing media.
Designed for advertising majors but open to everyone, the class aims to develop inquisitiveness. Taught by award-winning professor David Koranda, the class has been replicated all over the country.
SOJC’s science communication minor is open to all majors and focuses on communicating science with diverse audiences.
Eugene's NPR affiliate, KLCC, highlighted the work of SOJC journalism major Erin Morrison. Her story, "The Power of Powwow," covered the UO Mother’s Day Powwow, which honors the Native community.
Advertising major offers valuable sports content marketing tips and career advice she gained from attending the prestigious Gondola Summit.