Faculty in the Media

Read published faculty work, their expert commentary, and media coverage of their research and accomplishments.

Portland offers plenty of benefits for people looking for a place to settle into retirement. SOJC instructor Charlie Butler looks at the pros and cons in an article published in Portland Monthly.
An article coauthored by SOJC Professor Maxwell Foxman and published in the journal Digital Journalism found that more young people are consuming news via live streaming, which may affect how they view the election.
Damian Radcliffe, SOJC professor of practice, says posting content on LinkedIn is a great way for media companies to expand their audience.
Journalism Professor Seth Lewis talks about his research indicating a disconnect between how journalists see themselves and how people see journalists.
Charlie Butler’s story “The Doctor Whose Diagnosis Influenced Presidential History” explores Richard Nixon’s diagnosis that led to pivotal research examining the impact of U.S. presidential health.
Academy Award-nominated filmmaker and SOJC documentary professor Mitchell Block explains why some Oscar contenders are hard to find at a theater near you. Read it on Marketplace.
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.”
Seth Lewis, director of the SOJC’s journalism major, digs into recent reporting about Sports Illustrated’s use of AI — and what it reveals about the future of news — in this CBS News video interview.
Danny Pimentel, SOJC’s assistant professor of immersive media psychology, wrote in Bloomberg’s Mint Lounge about how product returns can be reduced in online shopping with virtual try-ons.
In this story, Rolling Stone examines a radical evangelist’s work on college campuses and Whitney Phillips explains the conditions and trends around it.