East Austin Stories screening in honor of Juneteenth 2021

East Austin Stories is an RTF introduction to documentary filmmaking class, taught by filmmaker and professor, Andrew Garrison. It was founded in 2000 by East Austin residents Miguel Guajardo, Juan Valadez, and John Williams, together with Garrison. Because it has been taught for twenty years, the remarkable work of these student filmmakers paints a shifting portrait of communities and life ...

62nd Hybrid LIYSF 2021 STEM programme

62nd LONDON INTERNATIONAL YOUTH SCIENCE FORUM (LIYSF) The annual London International Youth Science Forum (LIYSF) is a two-week residential course hosted at the renowned research university Imperial College London. Our aim is to unite outstanding talent from all nations and provide a deeper insight into science and its applications for the benefit of all mankind. Speakers already confirmed include prestigious ...

Voces Lives on – A Memorial Tribute

This past year we lost six of our community heroes. They shared their stories of adversity, hope and endurance with Voces and the world. Let us pay tribute to them and honor their legacy. Honorees: Rosalio “Rabbit” Duran, Lita De Los Santos, Ramón Galindo, Teresa Lozano Long, Irma Nicolás, Virgilio G. Roel   The program includes comments from former students who interviewed these men and women, and ...

UT Virtual Work-Study and Part-Time Job Fair

Moody College students can find part-time employment opportunities and connect with prospective employers across UT and with select Austin employers.  On-campus and approved non-profit off-campus employers will use the event to search for students to work part-time during the fall and spring semesters. Students should check the event overview page for more information and/or to register for the event. Moody ...

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CommUnity

CommUnity is the Moody College's annual fall welcome event held in conjunction with Gone To Texas to celebrate our incoming first year and transfer students. Though details are subject to change, this year there will be two events, one for last year's class and one for the current year's incoming class.  New Moody students are invited to drop by any ...

Solidarity Reporting on Afghanistan: Resisting Dehumanizing Portrayals

Afghanistan and Afghan people have been at the forefront of media coverage and social media feeds since the Taliban took control of the country in late August. Many news organizations are covering the implications of this moment, with some calling for greater solidarity and accountability - while other news organizations have backslid into dehumanizing portrayals of Afghan people as helpless, ...

Media Industry Conversations – Launching Your Career Panel

The Media Industry Conversations (MIC) series and the Center for Entertainment & Media Industries (CEMI) present a panel about launching your career in the media industries, featuring recent Radio-Television-Film grads. Nora Bess (Program Marketing Coordinator, HBO), Caterina Nasr (A&R Manager, Elektra Music), Vance Nguyen (Assistant to VP & Executive Director of Development, 20th Century Animation), Lauren Zimmer (Television Scripted Assistant ...

Controversy and Conversation Virtual Film Screening and Discussion For “Coded Bias”

Hello everyone! Please join us on Tuesday, September 7, from 7:30 - 8:30 PM CDT for the Humanities Institute's Controversy and Conversation film discussion on "Coded Bias." We are excited to welcome Dr. S. Craig Watkins as our discussant leader for the film! Here's the link to register for the event: https://utexas.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJApc-GupjguEtZhIhLIrCfCp3mttsFdNyEQ

Media Industry Conversations – Launching Your Career Panel (Screenwriters & Agents)

The Department of Radio-Television-Film (RTF) and the Center for Entertainment & Media Industries (CEMI) present a Media Industries Conversations (MIC) panel featuring screenwriters and agents. Guests for this Q&A session include Davia Carter (executive story editor, Debris), Jim Ehrich (literary agent, Rothman Brecher Ehrich Livingston), Kim Tran (staff writer, Space Force), and Cindy McCreery (RTF associate professor, Honey Girls). To RSVP, please fill ...

Inclusive Teaching Brown Bag

The Center for Advancing Teaching Excellence (CATE) is hosting informal brown bag discussions on inclusive teaching practices every three weeks during fall 2021. The first session on September 14 will be virtual via Zoom. This event is co-sponsored by Moody College's Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.

UTNY Moody in New York Information Session

Join Moody advisors, career experts and staff, and members of the UTNY team to explore UTNY. Learn how studying, living, and working in New York City will help you launch from college to career. At UTNY you'll: apply classroom learning in professional environments. gain exposure to opportunities for communication majors across multiple fields. establish critical networking connections in NYC and ...

Graduate Communication Council General Interest Meeting

The Moody College Graduate Communication Council (GCC) is hosting a general interest meeting on Friday, Sept. 17th, 1-2 p.m. Join us in-person or via Zoom! Location: CMA 7.120 Zoom link: https://utexas.zoom.us/j/92948263343 Learn how you can become more involved in Moody College through hosting events, advocacy, and creating a more inclusive space for your fellow grad students. GCC was created in ...

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