Media Industry Conversations – Neal H. Moritz (Producer & Founder of Original Film)

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Neal H. Moritz (Producer & Founder of Original Film) Please join us for a Q&A session where we discuss Neal H. Moritz's career trajectory, his roles and responsibilities as a prolific media producer, and his views on the current state of the media industries. If you are interested in attending this event—either in person or via Zoom—you will need to ...

Teaching Exchange

CMA 5.136

CATE is sponsoring a speaker series in the spring semester on current teaching topics. The sessions involve a 30-minute informal presentation followed by a 30-minute open discussion period. In our second event, Robert Quigley will talk about Keeping Teaching Fun. We will meet on February 17 at CMA 5.136 (Lady Bird Johnson Conference Room) from 12PM to 1PM. This is Brown Bag format, so participants may bring ...

UTNY Info Session (Zoom)

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Come learn about UT in New York (UTNY), a UT Austin program to study, live and work in New York City. Jumpstart your career with an internship in this global epicenter, take in-residence UT classes with other UT Austin students, and explore the creative energy of the city that never sleeps. This information session - with special guest presenters from ...

Promoting Well-being in Learning Environments

Zoom Zoom

CATE is hosting a virtual session on promoting student well-being in learning environments. Thea Woodruff, UT’s well-being coordinator, will be the presenter. During this session, participants will learn about the Longhorn Wellness Center’s Well-being in Learning Environments program. This initiative was begun by UT’s Counseling and Mental Health Center to collaborate with faculty and staff across the university to support student ...

2023 Glickman Lecture

Harry Ransom Center (Prothro Theater) 300 W 21st St, Austin, TX

Plan II invites you to attend the 2023 Julius & Suzan Glickman Centennial Lecture featuring author, investigative journalist, and energy and environment expert Jeff Goodell. Goodell speaks on sea level rise, geoengineering and climate change, coal, America’s energy future, and extreme heat. His March talk is entitled, “The Water Will Come.” Additional lecture & biographical information below.

Film Screening: “Jud Suss 2.0: Antisemitism, Misinformation, and Social Media”

Avaya Auditorium (POB) 2.302 201 E 24th St, Austin

Join the Schusterman Center for Jewish Studies, along with the Austin Jewish Film Festival, for a screening of Felix Moeller’s award-winning new documentary, Jud Süss 2.0. The film provides an in-depth analysis of contemporary antisemitism, tracing the historical roots of antisemitic rhetoric and exploring how social media and online disinformation have exacerbated the spread of antisemitism worldwide. The screening will ...

Teaching Exchange

CMA 5.136

CATE is sponsoring a speaker series in the spring semester on current teaching topics. The sessions involve a 30-minute informal presentation followed by a 30-minute open discussion period. In our third event, Professor Octavio Kano Galvan will talk about continuously improving teaching. We will meet on March 24 at CMA 5.136 (Lady Bird Johnson Conference Room) from 12PM to 1PM. This is Brown Bag format, so ...

2023 Health Communication Leadership Institute

DMC 1.202

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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