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.

Journalism Instructor Charlie Deitz sat down with SOJC student Jillian Gray to share a few tips and tricks he’s learned to make the most of audio storytelling, including podcasts and radio.
MarTech put together a list of the digital experience experts to follow now and into the future, including Professor Lisa Peyton.
Two years ago, SOJC alum Sarah Mensah made history when she became the first Black woman vice president at Nike North America. The company recently announced she's been promoted to President of Jordan Brand.
Amelia Kennedy ’23 shared her #LifesasaJStudent experience, from finding the School of Journalism and Communication to declaring her major in public relations and everything that went along with it.
In an examination of algorithm-based news recommendations, research team asked actual internet users to complete real-world searches of topics in the news and list the recommendations they got.
A recent report of a local mother receiving a call supposedly from her daughter saying she was kidnapped, possibly generated by “voice emulation technology,” has law enforcement, emerging media experts and everyday people speaking out.
For five months Chloe Montague was fully focused on sports journalism, first as a Track Bureau student and then as an intern. This three-part series explores the opportunity and its impact on her.
As a first-year public relations major, Ella Norton knew joining a club or two was going to enhance her college experience. What she learned surprised her, in a good way.
University of Oregon – UNESCO Crossings Institute report sheds light on social media use in the Middle East and North Africa.
A team of journalism professors and students traveled to New York City to support press freedom and ensure protection and progress within the journalism industry.