Diversity in Media Symposium 2023 — Global Women’s Rights and the Media: Past, Present and Future

Dealey Center for New Media 300 W DEAN KEETON ST, Austin, TX

Scheduled on March 23-24, in Austin, the event will bring together leading media andcommunication professionals, scholars and students to call attention to and discuss the most pressing issues related to women’s rights and media around the world, and to contemplate strategies for improving the situation. From online harassment to femicide, women across the globe are under attack. What can the ...

Social Impact Build Festival

DMC 4.204

Are you passionate about social justice, emerging technology, and experience design? If you answered yes to any of these questions, sign up for Texas Immersive’s Build Fest! Over the course of a weekend-long Build Fest, students and adult mentors will collaborate to create unique, sensitive, and truly impactful digital experiences that address a wide variety of social issues. The best ...

Can Racial Equity Commissions Heal Communities?


Generally speaking, racial equity commissions are made up of residents, government officials, and key community stakeholders who work together to create recommendations that will lead to more racially equitable and just communities. The focus of commissions can vary depending on the community’s priorities or historic challenges, but often center on healthcare, public safety, and/or economic equality. In this webinar, experienced ...

Visualizing Global Encounters: Virtual Landscapes & Digital Histories

POB 2.404a Peter O'Donnell Jr Building, 201 E 24th St, Austin, TX

On Monday, March 27th, from 3:30 PM to 5:00 PM at POB 2.404a, the Edward A. Clark Center for Australian and New Zealand Studies will host Visualizing Global Encounters: Virtual Landscapes & Digital Histories. Australian history has overwhelmingly focused on British ‘discovery’, exploration, and settler colonialism, despite the visitations by European and Asian agents of imperial and commercial interests over many ...


Moody Career Center Headshot Photo Booth

DMC 2.508 300 W. Dean Keeton St, Austin, TX

FREE opportunity to get your professional headshot taken! This is great for LinkedIn/Handshake profile photos, portfolio websites, and any other platform.

Rage against the Machine: AI and Student Writing

CMA 5.136

This interactive writing workshop presented by professor Maddie Holland will support faculty to design writing assignments that are adapted for current AI digital tools, such as ChatGPT. Participants will gain insights on how to craft effective writing activities to elicit authentic, student-centered learning products and possible effective uses of the tools for writing instruction. This workshop is Tuesday, March 28 from 12:30 to 1:30 pm at ...

Screening of Tales: “Fight the Power” & Filmmaker Q&A with Ya’Ke Smith

DMC 5.102 – Dean’s Presentation Room

Join the Department of Radio-Television-Film (RTF) for a screening of TALES: "Fight The Power," followed by a filmmaker Q&A with episode director RTF Associate Professor Ya'Ke Smith and Donald D. Harrington Faculty Fellow (Center for Women's and Gender Studies) and visiting University of Kentucky faculty member, Dr. Aria Halliday. Series Overview: In this BET anthology series, hip hop's greatest lyrics ...


UTLA Drop-In Hours

DMC 1.206

Ask a quick question about the UTLA program during drop-in hours with the UTLA Senior Program Coordinator! Make connections, gain first-hand experience at an internship and immerse yourself in the world of entertainment at the Wofford Denius UTLA Center for Entertainment & Media Studies. The semester-long UTLA program is your chance to live, work, and learn in Los Angeles. Open ...


Indonesian Literature, Politics, & Theatre Discussions

CMA 3.114 2504 Whitis Ave, Austin, TX

Thursday, March 30, 2 – 3:30 pm, CMA Building, Room 5.136 (Lady Bird Johnson Room) With Dr. Max Lane, Independent Scholar, Translator, and Visiting Senior Fellow, ISEAS -Yusof Ishak Institute on his new book INDONESIA OUT OF EXILE.   Friday, March 31, 2 – 4 pm, CMA Building, Room 3.114 Screening BEHIND THE STAGE: SILENT SONG OF THE GENJER FLOWERS ...

Global Media Industries Speaker Series – Jennifer Porst, “Media Industry Disruption: Past and/is Present”

DMC 2.508 300 W. Dean Keeton St, Austin, TX

THURSDAY, MARCH 30 Jennifer Porst 3:30–4:45 pm • DMC 5.208 Sponsored by the Global Media Industries Speaker Series, the Center for Entertainment & Media Industries, & the Department of Radio-Television-Film Jennifer Porst is an assistant professor of media industries and television studies at the University of North Texas. She recently published Broadcasting Hollywood: The Struggle Over Feature Films on Early TV and co-edited Very ...


Moody Career Center Headshot Photo Booth

DMC 2.508 300 W. Dean Keeton St, Austin, TX

FREE opportunity to get your professional headshot taken! This is great for LinkedIn/Handshake profile photos, portfolio websites, and any other platform.

Exhibition Opening: First Annual Juried Student Documentary Photography Exhibition

DMC 3rd Floor Lobby 300 W Dean Keeton St, Austin,, TX

We are excited to announce the opening  of  the School of Journalism and Media's First Annual Juried Student Documentary Photography Exhibition.    Juror   Jasmine DeFoore has selected works by 16 students which will hang in our  School of Journalism and Media Photo Gallery from March 30 through September 1, 2023.  Please join us for refreshments and for the announcement of  ...

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