24th Annual Longhorn Classic Tournament

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The University of Texas speech & debate programs invite you and your students to attend the 24th Annual Longhorn Classic Tournament to be held on the campus of the University of Texas at Austin on December 3-5, 2021. The Longhorn Classic is returning to an in-person tournament format. In keeping with our commitment to a well-rounded forensics education, we will offer students the opportunity to compete ...

Media Industry Conversations – Jordan Levin (General Manager, Rooster Teeth)

DMC 1.202

Jordan Levin (General Manager, Rooster Teeth) When: Monday, December 6, 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 Jordan Levin’s career trajectory, his roles and responsibilities, and his views on the current state of the media industries. In person at DMC 1.202 and online. ...

RTF End of Semester Screenings – Day 1 of 4

CMB Studio 6A 2504 Whitis Ave, Austin

Back in theaters! After three quarantined semesters, the RTF community is finally able to come together to celebrate our student films the way they were meant to be enjoyed—in the theater. From animation to documentary, CGI to drama... this semester's student work will be on display to the public from December 9–December 12. The free screenings and demonstrations will take ...

Emergent Cinematic Arts Showcase & Pizza Party

CMB Studio 6A 2504 Whitis Ave, Austin

Join professors Ben Bays, Deepak Chetty, Simon Quiroz, and Lance Myers for a showcase of this semester's student work in animation, CGI, VFX and interactive media. And...grab a slice of pizza while you enjoy! Note: Due to construction, the CMB Celebrated Entrance and the entire CMB 3rd Floor will be closed to pedestrian traffic. To access CMB Studio 6A, you ...

RTF End of Semester Screenings – Day 2 of 4

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From animation to documentary, CGI to drama... this semester's student work will be on display to the public from December 9–December 12. The free screenings and demonstrations will take place at various venues and culminate on Saturday, December 11, with graduate student films. See website for full schedule and details. We kindly ask our audience members for in-person screenings to ...

RTF End of Semester Screenings – Day 3 of 4 – Graduate Student Films

Texas Union Theatre 2308 WHITIS AVE, AUSTIN, TX 78712

After three quarantined semesters, the RTF community can finally come together to celebrate our student films the way they were meant to be enjoyed—in the theater. From animation to documentary, CGI to drama... this semester's student work will be on display to the public from December 9–December 12. Today we will have a full day of graduate student films in ...

RTF End of Semester Screenings – Day 4 of 4

CMB Studio 6A 2504 Whitis Ave, Austin

Today, we wrap up a four-day celebration of student work with a screening of Micah Barber's RTF 366K Narrative Production class films. Free and open to the public. We kindly request that audience members wear face masks. Note: due to construction, the CMB Celebrated Entrance and the entire CMB 3rd Floor will be closed to pedestrian traffic. To access CMB ...

CMS Faculty/Staff Holiday Party

Off Campus 1619 Winding View, San Antonio

We gather at the UT Austin South Pole (1619 Winding View, San Antonio) to celebrate the holiday season. Faculty and staff please reach out to the department for more details or to rsvp.

2022 McGovern Lecture in Health Communication

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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.

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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