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.

SOJC instructors Kelli Matthews and Damian Radcliffe discuss social media is, what it can do, and what it might become on KLCC’s “Oregon on the Record.”
In fewer than two years after graduation, PR and journalism alum Carly Ebisuya ’21 landed her dream job as director of PR for the WNBA team the Chicago Sky. Find out how the SOJC helped her get there.
Through the Strategic Communication Master’s program, Natalia Orozco ’21 upped her strategy game and made a contact that helped her land her dream job as a director at Spitfire Strategies.
In this Q&A, 2024 Ruhl lecturer and Washington Post journalist Jason Rezaian discusses the 544 days he spent wrongfully detained in an Iranian prison and his advocacy for hostages around the globe.
Elizabeth Yost, a student journalist in the SOJC’s Catalyst Journalism Project, led the effort to collect responses from Oregon’s school districts in this partnership with OPB and The Lund Report.  
The Eugene Weekly is a valuable voice in the community and gives SOJC students a place to publish their work, said Associate Professor Brent Walth, co-director of the Catalyst Journalism Project.
At the 30th anniversary of his death, KLCC profiled SOJC Hall of Achievement member Randy Shilts ’77, a San Francisco Chronicle journalist who launched his career as an openly gay man.
Brian Bull, a member of the Nez Perce tribe, has spent more than 27 years as a radio journalist for NPR affiliates. Now he’s bringing that expertise to the SOJC as an assistant professor.
Immersive Media Communication Master’s faculty answer questions about our new online program, from the logistics of taking virtual classes to the jobs you can get with this one-of-a-kind degree.
The New York Times reports on the alleged embezzlement that left the Eugene Weekly in "shambles," according to EW editor and SOJC instructor Camilla Mortensen.