Dual Modality Teaching – Brown Bag

CMA 5.136

Join the staff of the Moody Center for Advancing Teaching Excellence and fellow faculty members for a brown bag lunch to discuss strategies and practices for dual-modality (concurrent) teaching. Brown bags will take place throughout the semester. We will meet in the LBJ Conference Room (CMA 5.136). A backup Zoom link for the session is here: https://utexas.zoom.us/j/98430271993

2022 McGovern Lecture in Health Communication

Virtual

The John P. McGovern Lecture was established in the Moody College of Communication in 1983 by a gift from the John P. McGovern Foundation. The endowed lectureship enables Moody College to invite a leading figure in communication to deliver a lecture related to health policy or the practice of health communication. This year's speaker is Scott Gottlieb, MD.

Speak Up Speak Out State Civics Fair

Texas State Capitol 1100 Congress Ave, Austin

Serving students and educators since 2002, Speak Up Speak Out is an innovative civic education program designed to teach third grade through high school students about their communities and equip them with the tools to make a difference. Speak Up Speak Out  participants work together as teams to identify community problems, craft innovative solutions that address them, and compete for the chance to present their findings ...

Rick Cherwitz Retirement Celebration

Littlefield House 302 W 24th St, Austin

Rick Cherwitz is retiring from the University, and we are throwing a retirement celebration at the Littlefield House!

Dual Modality Teaching – Brown Bag

CMA 5.136

Join the staff of the Moody Center for Advancing Teaching Excellence and fellow faculty members for a brown bag lunch to discuss strategies and practices for dual-modality (concurrent) teaching. Brown bags will take place throughout the semester. We will meet in the LBJ Conference Room (CMA 5.136). A backup Zoom link for the session is here: https://utexas.zoom.us/j/98430271993

UTLA Fall 2022 Application Deadline

Off Campus 1619 Winding View, San Antonio

Application deadline for students interested in participating in the Fall 2022 Semester in Los Angeles (UTLA) Program. Open to all UT majors.

UTNY Fall 2022 Application Deadline

Off Campus 1619 Winding View, San Antonio

Application deadline for students interested in participating in the Fall 2022 Semester in New York (UTNY) program. Open to all UT majors.

Dual Modality Teaching – Brown Bag

CMA 5.136

Join the staff of the Moody Center for Advancing Teaching Excellence and fellow faculty members for a brown bag lunch to discuss strategies and practices for dual-modality (concurrent) teaching. Brown bags will take place throughout the semester. We will meet in the LBJ Conference Room (CMA 5.136). A backup Zoom link for the session is here: https://utexas.zoom.us/j/98430271993

Communication Studies Week

various

Communication Studies Week highlights people, studies, and more done within the department! More details coming soon.

2022 Health Communication Leadership Institute

The Health Communication Leadership Institute (HCLI) is the UT Center for Health Communication's premier professional education offering. In this engaging advanced workshop, current and aspiring health communication leaders will evaluate their leadership practices and explore strategies and best practices for leadership, management, and innovation. Speakers include respected experts from diverse sectors and settings.

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