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University of Oregon School of Journalism and Communication. Founded in 1916, we're celebrating over a century of ethics, innovation, and action.
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UO Journalism & Comm 3h
Welcome, and , winners of the Ancil for Ethics in Journalism!
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Damian Radcliffe 9h
. tweeps come meet four amazing alum talking about being a journalist of color and beyond. Tonight Allen 141 6.30pm-7.30pm. Session moderated by
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UO Journalism & Comm 9h
TOMORROW: winners maintained journalistic independence while covering accusations against their network's biggest star. Meet & at the award reception and Q&A 4/24, 12-2pm, EMU Redwood Room. Free lunch!
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Courtney Munther 10h
Coming at you this week, Gateway-ers. Special Turning Points hours this Friday (11-1 on the third floor of Allen), then Sunday (3-5 in Allen 314). Of course, we’re also here for you 3:30-5:30 M-R. Pro tip: The wait is short (or nonexistent) earlier in the week.
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UO Journalism & Comm 10h
TONIGHT: Are you a woman, person of color, LBGT student, or first-generation college student interested in journalism? Find a mentor at 6:30 pm tonight in Allen 141. Learn more here:
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UO AWSM Apr 22
Want to learn the best ways to cover sporting events via social media? Learn from the best as AWSM welcomes 's Jessica Gabriel and this Wednesday, April 24 starting at 7 p.m.
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UO Journalism & Comm Apr 22
Ancil for Ethics in finalist Joshua Fang published an important story in his student newspaper despite intense pressure from school leadership. Meet Joshua at the award reception 4/24, 12-2pm, EMU Redwood Room. Lunch provided!
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Nkongho Beteck Apr 21
. has the coolest program and they're incorporating . Journalism is changing so much with greater emphasis on audience choice. Feel like these could be great courses that could teach at
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UO AWSM Apr 21
There is no place like Track Town, USA. And there’s no better way to spend your Wednesday evening than meeting Sasha Spencer Atwood and Jessica Gabriel at our next event this Wednesday in Allen 211 from 7 to 8 p.m. Don’t miss out!
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Damian Radcliffe Apr 21
Reading: Supporting the survival of rural media > former managing editor for The East Oregonian in Pendleton, on why he joined 's Multimedia Journalism Master's program
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Damian Radcliffe Apr 21
Three great talks coming up in the next few weeks with > Talks open to the whole community. Deets below. 👇
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Ed Madison Apr 22
She created her own boutique agency representing artists of color. joins Tuesday at noon
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Damian Radcliffe Apr 19
This is rather cool. Thanks to the podcast for the Demystifying Media series (which I lucky enough to host) is now on > each episode features conversations with fantastic media researchers and practitioners
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Matt Leighninger Apr 8
"The future of journalism will hinge on how organizations build and maintain relationships with communities. Managers and funders need to take notice - this work requires different skills than traditional journalistic practice." @RewiringDemocracy
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Donnalyn Pompper Apr 18
So proud of PR student, Erika Sedano, who completed a directed independent study and then made her debut presentation at undergrad research conference Ethnic Studies Research Symposium. All started with curiosity about in the industry.
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Damian Radcliffe Apr 19
Looking forward to hosting next week and hearing about her book "Networked News, Racial Divides: How Power & Privilege Shape Progressive Communities." Prof. Robinson is visiting in Eugene + Portland (links below) for 's Demystifying Media series
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UO AWSM Apr 19
Calling all strategic sports communicators! You will not want to miss our next event with 's Jessica Gabriel and this Wednesday, April 24 starting at 7 p.m.
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UO Journalism & Comm Apr 19
finalists & winners & of kept sources, subjects & themselves safe while covering “Yemen’s Dirty War.” Don't miss the Payne Award reception & Q&A, 4/24, 12-2pm, EMU Redwood Room. Lunch provided!
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UO Journalism & Comm Apr 19
Resources. Training. Measurement. It’s hard to tell community-driven stories that rebuild deteriorating trust in news. & 's whitepaper, , makes it easier with an evaluative tool. Get it ➡️
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Jenn Apr 18
. alumni & friends in PDX. Friday, April 26, we're hosting "Practically Professional" at White Stag. Starting at 5 p.m. Alumni Panel w/Happy Hour to follow (our treat). RSVP & come see us (students, , me & more ).
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