Communications Career Expo

Zoom

For communication students seeking opportunities for sales, advertising, PR, social media, human resources, marketing, event management, corporate communications, media analytics, journalism, management leadership, publishing, content writing & research, UX/UI, consulting, non-profit and philanthropy, speech-language learning, legal support, gaming, video/digital media production and editing, audio & podcasting, and much, much more.

Brown Bag Discussion: Concurrent Teaching

Zoom

Join the staff of the Moody Center for Advancing Teaching Excellence and fellow faculty members for a brown bag lunch to discuss strategies and practices for dual-modality (concurrent) teaching. Brown bags will take place throughout the semester. Zoom link for the session is here: https://utexas.zoom.us/j/98430271993

Equitable Assessments

Zoom

This event is a follow-up session apart of the CATE's Inclusive Teaching and Learning Workshop. Inclusive teaching benefits all students by fostering a welcoming environment where every learner has equitable opportunities to optimize their learning, to feel equally valued, and to achieve their goals. At CATE, we lead with an inclusive teaching approach that permeates all aspects of the resources ...

Inclusive Teaching & Learning Workshop

Zoom

Inclusive teaching benefits all students by fostering a welcoming environment where every learner has equitable opportunities to optimize their learning, to feel equally valued, and to achieve their goals. At CATE, we lead with an inclusive teaching approach that permeates all aspects of the resources and services we provide. Friday, Feb 11 is the initial workshop meeting and each week ...

Teaching Large Classes Workshop

Zoom

Learn and share strategies for successfully teaching large classes, from course design to classroom management tips. Join via Zoom: https://utexas.zoom.us/j/93264946543 Please register here.

Brown Bag Discussion: Concurrent Teaching

Zoom

Join the staff of the Moody Center for Advancing Teaching Excellence and fellow faculty members for a brown bag lunch to discuss strategies and practices for dual-modality (concurrent) teaching. Brown bags will take place throughout the semester. Zoom link for the session is here: https://utexas.zoom.us/j/98430271993

U.S.-China Relations: A Long View of History

Zoom

Dr. Gordon H. Chang — U.S.-China Relations: A Long View of History *Tuesday, February 1st, 8:45 AM – 9:30 AM CT* https://utexas.zoom.us/j/92681447180 Attention is usually given to immediate concerns over geopolitics, economics, and human rights in the current fraught relationship between the United States and China. The two have a long, complicated, and emotional history of interaction, which will be ...

Roundtable on Race, Sports Music Traditions, and Fan Activism

Zoom

The Department of Radio-Television-Film and the Butler School of Music co-present: “Roundtable on Race, Sports Music Traditions, and Fan Activism” RSVP to Attend Zoom Webinar This virtual roundtable conversation will bring together leading scholars on the topics of race and sports, college fight songs, and fan activism, to contextualize ongoing debates about racism in sports culture. Here at The University ...

RTF at Sundance Virtual Panel: “Visible: Diverse and Ethical Representation in Documentary Film”

Zoom

The Department of Radio-Television-Film invites the public to join an RTF at Sundance Film Festival 2022 Virtual Panel discussion on diverse representation in independent documentary film and the ethical dilemmas documenting real life. Moderator: Ya'Ke Smith, Associate Professor in the Department of Radio-Television-Film & Associate Dean for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Films: “Tales,” “The Pandemic Chronicles,” “WOLF”   Panelists: Iliana ...

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

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 ...

Prepping for your Daily Texan tryout

Zoom

Want to join The Daily Texan but nervous about trying out for a spot? The Moody Writing Support Program can help you prepare! In this Zoom workshop, we'll cover how to craft interview questions, write basic news stories and communicate with editors. Former and current Texan staff members will be on hand to answer any questions. Email moodywriting@austin.utexas.edu for the ...

CMS TA/AI Training

Zoom

Our training will be led by Jennifer Jones Barbour and René Dailey, but will also feature some breakout time with veteran TAs in the department. We are pulling together information that will help us address some recent problems we’ve seen and also position us for a good spring semester together (especially now that we will all be doing at least ...

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