Faculty Research

Discover the latest University of Oregon faculty research from the SOJC's award-winning scholars, innovators, and creative professionals.

Nicole Dahmen interviews "Easy Beauty" author and two-time Pulitzer-Prize finalist Chloé Cooper Jones for "Eugene Weekly."
Directors of the SOJC's Agora Journalism Center address the Protect Local Journalism bill and how it would provide a path for supports local news organizations.
It’s OK to spend hundreds of hours playing ‘The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.’ Here’s why.
Instructor Lisa Peyton shares five tools at the intersection of extended reality and artificial intelligence that are driving a content revolution.
In this article, Nieman Lab asks Seth Lewis to explain and make sense of academic research about journalism.
Experts who study gender, race and media say the three firings speak to the reality of sexism in the news industry and how these attitudes can shape journalism.
“Social Media in the Middle East 2022: A Year in Review” has been published by the University of Oregon-UNESCO Crossings Institute under the supervision of Professor Damian Radcliffe.
Whitney Phillips, assistant professor of media studies, shares tips everyone can use to decide what kind of content to share on social media.