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 alum Tony Aaron Fuller ‘05 makes his identity central to his work as a Tribal affairs communication specialist for the Oregon Department of Human Services.
At the start of her senior year, public relations major Erin Tooley wanted to make searching for a PR job after college as stress-free as possible. She used these tips to do it.
“I help students settle in, not settle down, but settle in,” Senyo Ofori-Parku, SOJC assistant professor, said. “So they feel like they have control over where they want to go.”
It is with great sadness that the UO marks the passing of Edwin L. Artzt, School of Journalism and Communication alumnus and Hall of Achievement member, and Advertising Hall of Fame inductee.
For two years, Chloe Montague worked as a student writing coach for the School of Journalism and Communication’s peer coaching program. She shares 10 things she learned about writing — and life.
The public relations alum advises on strategy and communications for Colorado governor Jared Polis.
The new center will conduct applied research to support community efforts to ensure that Oregonians, particularly vulnerable individuals and households, are better prepared to manage poor air quality from wildfire smoke.
Jillian Gray, class of ’25, shares her experience as a double major in two of the largest programs at the SOJC.
UO School of Journalism and Communication alum, inspired by his mother’s sacrifices, holds companies and governments accountable with investigative journalism.