Free Speech Week

Monday, Oct. 18 3:30-4:30 p.m. Access via Zoom  Virtual Faculty Panel: "Promises and Perils of Speech in the Digital World" Panelists include Dr. Amy Sanders, Dr. Scott Stroud, Dr. Anita Varma, and Dr. Craig Watkins. There will be opportunity for Q&A following the panelists' remarks. Tuesday, Oct. 19 7-8:15 p.m. Dean's Briefing Room, DMC 5th Floor Moody’s championship-winning student debate ...

Maymester: Pro-Social Public Relations – Info Session

Attend this info session to learn about program details, housing, excursions and activities. Your program coordinator will walk you through how to apply, program costs, scholarships and financial aid. Professor Brad Love will provide program course and location-specific information. Take this opportunity to get program-specific information and prepare yourself to apply to this faculty-led program based in Dublin, Ireland! Info ...

CMS Fall Faculty Panel: Voice, Narrative, and Discourse

DMC 5.208 (Dean’s Briefing Room)

CMS faculty share thoughts about their research and interests around certain themes every other week this fall. Formal event is followed by “Afterwords” social gathering organized by CMS graduate community. Faculty Panelists: Matt McGlone, Jurgen Streeck, Dawna Ballard, & Anita Vangelisti Event location: DMC 5.208 (Dean’s Briefing Room)

Civic Texas: How Media Impacted the Last 18 months and How We Move Forward

Hindsight is 2020, and we have truly learned some lessons from the year. Join an in-person event to unpack the way media shaped our pandemic lives and discuss how we can utilize those takeaways to reflect on our personal consumption in a revitalized future. Refresh your civic spirit through community discussion and spoken word performance. Free breakfast provided. Use #civicTexas ...

Inclusive Teaching Brown Bag (in-person and virtual)

Join fellow faculty members and the staff of Moody’s Center for Advancing Teaching Excellence (CATE) for a brown bag chat to share knowledge and build community around inclusive teaching and learning. Open to all instructors in Moody College. Co-sponsored with the Moody DEI Office. We will be meeting in CMA 5.136 (Lady Bird Johnson conference room). A Zoom option is also ...

Moody Writing Support Program internship application workshop

Trying to land your dream internship? Before you get an interview, you’ll need to grab their attention with your resume, cover letter or personal essay. At this workshop, Moody Writing Support Program coaches will give you their tips for making your internship application stand out. Plus, bring your resume or other application materials for some one-on-one feedback. When: 2 p.m. ...

Maymester: Community Life Documented – Info Session

Attend this info session to learn about program details, housing, excursions and activities. Your program coordinator will walk you through how to apply, program costs, scholarships and financial aid. Professor Kate Dawson will provide program course and location-specific information. Take this opportunity to get program-specific information and prepare yourself to apply to this faculty-led program based in London, England! Info ...

Media Industry Conversations – Colby Gaines (EP & Founder, Back Roads Entertainment)

Colby Gaines (EP & Founder, Back Roads Entertainment) When: Monday, October 25, 2021 - 5:00-6:15 pm CT Note: Speaker sessions are subject to change based on evolving guest schedules. Please join us for a Q&A session where we discuss Colby Gaines’s career trajectory, his roles and responsibilities, and his views on the current state of the media industries. To RSVP, please fill out this ...

Moody CARES

Suffering from a mid-semester slump? The Moody College and the Counseling and Mental Health Center invite you to shake off those doldrums by visiting Cronkite Plaza on October 27th from 1-3 pm for free snacks, games, socializing, and best of all, quality time with some fur-babies in a petting zoo. You read that right! Come enjoy all the feels with ...

Conversation with artists/filmmakers Carolina Caycedo and David de Rozas

Join In-person (Moody Auditorium, DMC 2.106) or via Zoom webinar. Join RTF former faculty member John Fiege in conversation with Carolina Caycedo and David de Rozas, artists and filmmakers who work across a wide variety of media to confront the brutality of colonialism, the beauty of indigenous cultural traditions, and the intimately entwined relationships between humans and the rest of ...

Alisa Perren Book Talk: “More Than Just Superhero Stories: The Rise of the Hybrid Publisher-Studio”

RTF Associate Professor Alisa Perren will give a talk on her new book, "The American Comic Book Industry and Hollywood" (co-authored with Gregory Steirer), with a reception to follow. This media studies colloquium talk is co-sponsored by the Department of Radio-Television-Film and the Global Media Industries Speaker Series. Join In-person: DMC 5.208 or via Zoom: https://utexas.zoom.us/j/92130138339 More Than Just Superhero Stories: ...

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Registration Help Night

If you have questions about the classes you added (or plan to add), the Student Advising Office will be hosting “Registration Help Nights.” You should already have some plans for spring classes before attending. This event is just to answer questions and clarify – not for full-on degree planning. Advisors will be available in-person and virtually. Please visit https://moody.utexas.edu/academics/undergraduate/academic-advising and follow ...

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