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: ...

Texas Immersive Monthly MeetUp: Sports Meets Immersive

The world went through many phases during lock down. Some people discovered a love for cooking, others running, and still more took to the now infamous “Animal Crossing: New Horizons” on the Nintendo Switch. If you held back from joining the craze, you’d find yourself missing out on relationships with the digital islanders, paying off loans, digging up bones, and ...

“Is That Really Journalism?” Journalism & Advocacy

What’s the connection between journalism & advocacy? Why do some news organizations consider advocacy problematic? Who decides what advocacy means? Distancing journalism from advocacy is common in some journalism settings, but odd, given the long history of journalism that advocates for social change, performs public service, and enacts solidarity with marginalized people. Join us for a panel discussion featuring folks ...

Variants, Vaccines and Medications: What Journalists Need to Know to Improve COVID-19 Coverage

Zoom Zoom

The Knight Center has joined forces with UNESCO and WHO to offer another great opportunity for journalists around the world who want to improve their coverage of the COVID-19 pandemic. We gathered an outstanding group of science journalists, scientists and other experts who will offer a three-hour webinar, as part of our efforts to help journalists cope with the evolving ...

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.

Moments in Time: Eli Reed and Jamel Shabazz

Virtual

The Moody College Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion and School of Journalism and Media present Moments in Time: Eli Reed and Jamel Shabazz, a conversation with two photographic legends.  The two pioneering African American photographers will reflect on their respective artistic journeys, using photography as a medium to creatively document and shed light upon diverse communities around the globe. The event is moderated by Ja'nell N. ...

Who Gets to Speak in News Coverage? Solidarity Reporting on Trans Issues

Zoom Zoom

News coverage of trans issues has grown in recent months, with reporting on legislation, protests, and profiles of trans individuals. Yet much of this coverage still silences, re-marginalizes, and alienates trans people. How can journalism do better? Join us for an interactive, virtual workshop to unpack what solidarity means when covering trans issues, how cis journalists can share power in ...

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Moody College Diversity in Media Symposium 2022: Queer Futures: Media and Communication at the Intersections

Virtual

The Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at the Moody College of Communication presents the second annual Diversity in Media Symposium, “Queer Futures: Media and Communication at the Intersections”. The annual symposium is dedicated to exploring an aspect of diversity, equity, inclusion, accessibility and social justice across the media ecosystem. Register to attend webinar here: https://bit.ly/MoodyDEISymposium22 This year will feature ...

Latinx Consumers, Viewers, Stories and Spin: A Conversation with Professor Arlene Dávila

Zoom Zoom

Join the Latino Media Arts and Studies program for a conversation with Professor Arlene Dávila, whose work on the imagining of Latinx cultures and people in U.S. media and popular culture has been influential in a variety of fields, including scholarship on advertising, film and media, and art. In this conversation with Professor Mary Beltrán, Professor Dávila will touch on a variety of themes that she has grappled with in her influential scholarship. From Latinos, Inc. and Latino ...

Putting Voters First: Solidarity Reporting for Democracy

Virtual Event TX

At a time when many politicians are mudslinging and prominent analysts are trying to predict the horse race, what does it mean for journalists to put voters first? How can journalism not only avoid becoming a vehicle for misinformation, but also serve as an affirming space for democratic values? Join us for a workshop on solidarity reporting for democracy, including ...

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 mental ...

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