Imagining Infinite Futures: AI in Art and Design

WCP 2.302

Artificial intelligence tools are increasingly being used by artists, architects, and designers in creative work. And, these days, it’s not uncommon to see NFTs and AI-generated art making media headlines. How are text-to-image AI programs like DALL-E and Midjourney changing design disciplines and the public’s perception of art and design? Why is it important for art and design to remain ...

Moody Spring 2023 Career Expo

Recreational Sports Center 2001 San Jacinto Boulevard, Austin, TX

Moody College of Communication Spring 2023 Career Expo A premiere in-person event from the University of Texas at Austin Tuesday, January 31st, 2023 from 11am — 4pm CST UT RecSports Center, 2001 San Jacinto Boulevard Austin, TX With its largest enrollment of 5,000 students, UT’s Moody College of Communication features its most diverse group of students ever. The Spring Communications ...

Understanding Digital Propaganda – A Talk by Sam Woolley

DMC 5.208 (Dean’s Briefing Room)

“Bot Farms and Sockpuppet Armies: Understanding Propaganda in the of Era of Automation” A talk by Samuel Woolley There’s no question about it. Propaganda ain’t what it used to be. With the wide availability of digital tools, and the anonymity they afford, deceptive influence and its polarizing effects are everywhere. In his new book, Manufacturing Consensus: Understanding Propaganda in the Era ...

UTLA Program Information Session

DMC 1.202

Join the UTLA team for an on campus information session about UTLA in DMC 1.202! Forge real-time connections, gain first-hand experience and immerse yourself in the world of entertainment at the Wofford Denius UTLA Center for Entertainment & Media Studies. The semester-long UTLA program is your chance to live, work, and learn in Los Angeles. Open to all students, regardless ...

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 ...

Texas TeachUP

Dealey Center for New Media 300 W DEAN KEETON ST, Austin, TX

What is it? Texas Teach-Up (TxTU), formerly Eyes on Teaching and Online Teaching Days, is the signature event of the Provost's Teaching Fellows program, and brings instructors from all colleges and schools together to celebrate and reflect upon their teaching practices. This year’s event takes place over two days, February 7th-8th, 2023, and will include a mix of both in-person ...

Donuts with a Dean

DEI Resource Room 2504 Whitis Ave, Austin, TX 78712, Austin, TX

Students are invited to grab a donut and spend time getting to know the Moody College deans, including Associate Dean Celeste González De Bustamante and Assistant Dean Kyle Clark!

GSLI Impact Chat: Catalyzing Impact With Cross-Industry Partnerships

Rowling Hall Crum Auditorium 300 W Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Austin, TX

Solving the world’s sustainability challenges requires cross-industry partnerships between corporate, nonprofit, and government entities. Learn how Dell Technologies and Goodwill Central Texas are exemplifying this type of partnership through their e-waste recycling initiative and other joint activities. Join us and our wonderful speakers on Tuesday, February 7, for an Impact Chat in Crum Auditorium. Dinner and networking begin at 5:30, ...

UTLA Program Information Session

Zoom Zoom

Join the UTLA team for an information session about UTLA! Forge real-time connections, gain first-hand experience and immerse yourself in the world of entertainment at the Wofford Denius UTLA Center for Entertainment & Media Studies. The semester-long UTLA program is your chance to live, work, and learn in Los Angeles. Open to all students, regardless of major, UTLA gives UT ...

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 ...