A Reflection on the Media in 2020

The Center for Media Engagement would like to invite you to “A Reflection on the Media in 2020” on Wednesday, December 9, 6:30 p.m. CT. View the recording. 2020 has been one of the most tumultuous years in our nation’s recent history, and the media have been on the front line. As the year comes to a close, we invite you to ...

RTF Fall 2020 End of Semester Streamings – Day 1 of 4

The Department of Radio-Television-Film welcomes the public to attend virtual screenings of student films completed this semester. Our students have been working harder than ever, and often under extraordinarily challenging circumstances during the Covid-19 crisis. We’re proud to celebrate their achievements. The screenings will be broadcast Thursday-Sunday evenings according to the published schedule via YouTube Premiere, followed by Q&A discussions ...

RTF Fall 2020 End of Semester Streamings – Day 2 of 4

The Department of Radio-Television-Film welcomes the public to attend virtual screenings of student films completed this semester. Our students have been working harder than ever, and often under extraordinarily challenging circumstances during the Covid-19 crisis. We’re proud to celebrate their achievements. The screenings will be broadcast Thursday-Sunday evenings according to the published schedule via YouTube Premiere, followed by Q&A discussions ...

RTF Fall 2020 End of Semester Streamings – Day 3 of 4

The Department of Radio-Television-Film welcomes the public to attend virtual screenings of student films completed this semester. Our students have been working harder than ever, and often under extraordinarily challenging circumstances during the Covid-19 crisis. We’re proud to celebrate their achievements. The screenings will be broadcast Thursday-Sunday evenings according to the published schedule via YouTube Premiere, followed by Q&A discussions ...

RTF Fall 2020 End of Semester Streamings (MFA films) – Day 4 of 4

The Department of Radio-Television-Film welcomes the public to attend virtual screenings of student films completed this semester. Our students have been working harder than ever, and often under extraordinarily challenging circumstances during the Covid-19 crisis. We’re proud to celebrate their achievements. The screenings will be broadcast Thursday-Sunday evenings according to the published schedule via YouTube Premiere, followed by Q&A discussions ...

Origins of a Green Identity

KLRU broadcast debut for RTF Associate Professor of Practice, Karen Kocher's new film, Origins of a Green Identity, Austin's Conservation Pioneers. Narrated by Austin novelist, Sarah Bird, the film explores Austin’s early efforts to preserve Barton Springs and Barton Creek, and ultimately to develop a city with publicly-accessible green spaces along Austin’s waterways.

New_Public Festival

Join an extraordinary, carefully crafted group of designers, urbanists, technologists, builders, artists, and civic futurists -- with Krista Tippett, Cory Doctorow, Danielle Allen, Tristan Harris, Esra'a Al Shafei, Gabriella Gomez-Mont, Audrey Tang, Glen Weyl, Katherine Maher, Madebo Fatunde and so many more -- to help envision the future of digital public space. Discover the research and framework for measurable qualities ...

Lebermann Forum: What’s Missing in Civic Education

How should we prepare students for a lifetime of civic engagement?  When does civic learning begin?  What have we been missing? Questions such as these are central to the future of civic education, and they will be addressed at the 2021 Lowell Lebermann Forum on January 12th at Noon (CST). This free, online event is hosted by the Annette Strauss ...

Adv & PR Equity Student Council Forums 1/14 & 1/21 to talk about national events

The Adv & PR Equity Student Council is moderating two student forums on Jan 14 and Jan 21 from 5-6 p.m. The purpose is to give students a space to talk about current events and share their fears and hopes as citizens and as future professional communicators. All Moody students are welcome to join either or both meetings. Contact Prof. ...

Voces of a Pandemic Virtual Showcase

Experience the pain, loss and resilience of our community. Join Voces Oral History Center Founder and Director Maggie Rivas-Rodriguez for this special, virtual showcase to learn about the themes that have emerged from our Voces of a Pandemic Oral History project and hear excerpts from selected interviews. In collaboration with more than a dozen institutions of higher education across the country, Voces of a ...

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