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University of Oregon School of Journalism and Communication. Founded in 1916, we're celebrating 101 years of ethics, innovation & action.
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ethan aliste 18h
Shoutout and for getting so many great speakers to come and talk these past couple of weeks! It’s only going to get better when Natalie comes on Friday!
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UO PRSSA 17h
We’re thrilled to welcome Professor of Marketing as our last guest speaker of the term! Join us tomorrow at 6 p.m. for insights on media and consumer experience research.
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UO Science Literacy Program 19h
UO students can learn more about science and media in Hollie Smith's Winter 2019 Science Communication Strategies course. Search J410 or J510 in Duckweb to register!
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University of Oregon 19h
Hey Ducks, head to the EMU Ballroom for 's Fall Fair til 3 p.m. Learn what's involved in studying abroad and enter for a chance to win $500!
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freethinkr 20h
Professor Mark tells J100 students "Democracy needs science" & amazing storytellers thinking differently today!
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Ashleeeee 20h
The field of journalism is so vast. The provides great classes like J100 to show us so many ways we can get involved. I had no idea what science science journalism entailed and now we are learning about the UO Science and Memory Program
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freethinkr 21h
J100 welcomes Professor Mark Blaine & Professor Hollie Smith to our class today! Looking forward to hearing all about Science, Technology and Communications@SOJC
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UO AWSM 23h
Looking for some Tuesday motivation?? Check out our exec board member 's takeaways from our meeting last week with ! 👇👇
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UO Journalism & Comm 23h
Meet the people that make up the Ad community within the SOJC at the kickoff! Food, networking, and the chance to ask expert peers any and all questions about the program, happening Thursday night in Allen 141 from 5-7pm.
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UO SOJC Advising 23h
If you were experiencing trouble registering due to J pre-requisite errors, those should be fixed! Get your enroll on!
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UO Journalism & Comm 23h
"I want to find and do those stories that remind us that in fact our true nature is not where we are — that we actually are bigger and deeper and more generous than that." Check out this Q&A with alum :
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University of Oregon Nov 12
Why University of Oregon? Here’s a sneak peek at why you should be a Duck.
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UO Public Relations 24h
Feeling wanderlust as the days get shorter and class projects get longer? Read student Caitlin Fratkin’s blog post about her European experience.
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Kathryn Kuttis Nov 12
Media relations 101 10 tweets to help practitioners land coverage
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Oregon Humanities Ce Nov 12
African Studies Lecture series: “Tacit Knowledge: Challenging Institutionalized Knowledge for a Better Environmental Governance in Ghana’s Petroleum Industry.” S. Senyo Ofori-Parku on Fri. 11/16 at noon in the Knight Library Browsing Room.
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Oregon Humanities Ce Nov 12
African Studies Lecture series: “Tacit Knowledge: Challenging Institutionalized Knowledge for a Better Environmental Governance in Ghana’s Petroleum Industry.” S. Senyo Ofori-Parku on Fri. 11/16 at noon in the Knight Library Browsing Room.
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Steven Asbury Nov 12
The brilliant giving J-460 advertising students tips for aspiring art directors.
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University of Oregon Nov 12
UO students, faculty and staff work together to help allow Ducks in need remain focused on their studies, not their next meal.
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Autumn Shafer, PhD Nov 12
Proud that some of my J494 students are researching ways to promote these important campus resources
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Juan-Carlos Molleda Nov 12
It doesn’t get old, attending a professional presentation of our advertising and business students to a loyal and committed sponsor
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