Adv & PR Equity Student Council Forums 1/14 & 1/21 to talk about national events

The Adv & PR Equity Student Council is moderating two student forums on Jan 14 and Jan 21 from 5-6 p.m. The purpose is to give students a space to talk about current events and share their fears and hopes as citizens and as future professional communicators. All Moody students are welcome to join either or both meetings. Contact Prof. ...

Why Diversity Matters In STEM

Join Professor S. Craig Watkins as he discusses “Why Diversity Matters in STEM”. The powerful role and influence of technology in society--smartphones, social media, artificial intelligence--is widely recognized. In this talk, Professor Watkins explores the factors that contribute to the diversity crisis in STEM, how society can benefit from greater diversity in tech, the challenges and opportunities associated with technology ...

Selena: The Series Screenwriters Panel, presented by Latino Media Arts and Studies

Texas writing talent shines bright on Selena: The Series, one of Netflix’s most anticipated shows of the year. UT alum Raymond Arturo Perez, Seguin native Marcelena Campos Mayhorn (DC’s Legends of Tomorrow), and Aaron Serna (Cristela and Malibu County), from South Texas, are Los Angeles-based writers who are bringing their experiences to the writers’ room and diversifying the television landscape. They will talk about what it was like ...

Ethical Theory X Practice Discussion Series: Public Relations, Political Crisis and Leading with Principle

This is the first panel in the Ethical Theory X Practice Series, a public discussion dedicated to faculty research and how that research can inform Advertising and Public Relations practices related to ethics, equity and diversity. This panel will be held over Zoom at https://utexas.zoom.us/j/97398739548 on February 3rd at 1:30 pm and will feature the following participants: “Theory” Presenters:  Meme Drumwright, ...

UTNY General Information Session

Information session for any UT student interested in participating in the UTNY Program for the Fall 2021 semester and beyond. To learn more about UTNY, visit utny.utexas.edu.

UTLA General Information Session

Information session for any UT student interested in participating in the UTLA Program for the Fall 2021 semester and beyond. To learn more about UTLA, visit utla.utexas.edu.  

UTLA General Information Session

Information session for any UT student interested in participating in the UTLA Program for the Fall 2021 semester and beyond. To learn more about UTLA, visit utla.utexas.edu.  

UTNY General Information Session

Information session for any UT student interested in participating in the UTNY Program for the Fall 2021 semester and beyond. To learn more about UTNY, visit utny.utexas.edu.

UTLA & UTNY Fall 2021 Application Deadline

The deadline to apply for participation in the Semester in Los Angeles (UTLA) and UT in New York (UTNY) programs for the Fall 2021 semester is on March 1, 2021 at midnight. For more information (and a link to apply), please visit utla.utexas.edu and utny.utexas.edu.

COGSEC Conference

The Center for Media Engagement is proud to host COGSEC, an online conference that will bring together a community of practitioners on the front lines of dealing with and actively combatting the efforts of malign actors online. COGSEC will be held online March 4-5 and will feature practical workshops on hunting and neutralizing online influence campaigns. We invite students, scholars, ...

Vantage Points: Is this Black Media Renaissance Real? [Moody College Diversity in the Media Symposium]

The Moody College Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion will present the first annual Diversity in the Media Symposium in the Spring of 2021.  Each academic year, this symposium will dedicate itself to exploring an aspect of diversity, equity, inclusion, accessibility, and social justice across the media ecosystem.  This year’s conference is titled “Vantage Points: Is this Black Media Renaissance ...

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