Here are selected programs for you to explore. Learn how we recruit students, expand research, develop relationships, and more.
Moody College of Communication
Director of Communications
Fact Sheets (PDF)
Follow us on Twitter at @MoodyCollege and connect with your fellow alumni on our Facebook page and our LinkedIn group. Interested in mentoring a Moody College of Communication student or recent grad? Join our LinkedIn sub-group UTCOMMentors. It's an easy and rewarding way to give back to your alma mater.
Whether you simply wish to post internship and or job opportunities, recruit on-campus, schedule an employer information session or attend a job and internship fair, Communication Career Services (CCS) offers a variety of tools and resources available to assist employers wishing to connect with UT communication students. An overview of CCS employer services is available online. If you wish to recruit candidates from across the UT campus and/or target candidates from other UT colleges, information on other UT employer career services is available on the HireTexas web site.
Each year Communication Career Services (CCS) conducts an employment survey of new alumni approximately six months after they graduate. CCS also conducts a follow up employment survey five years after graduate. Detailed reports (college-wide and by major) are available in the CCS offices and can be downloaded from the Employment Data section of the CCS website.
Communication Career Services (CCS) hosts two communication job and internship fairs each year; one during the fall semester and one during the spring semester. Employers can register for Communication Job & Internship Fairs online. Learn more
For information on career fairs hosted by other UT Austin services offices, visit the View Upcoming Career Fairs section of the HireTexas site.
The Moody College of Communication hosts a number of summer camps for interested individuals.
Media Workshops and Seminars
The Department of Radio-Television-Film offers evening and weekend workshops in film production, film appreciation, screenwriting, animation, Visual FX, and editing from some of the best instructors in Austin.
The mission of the Michael and Tami Lang Stuttering Institute is to help persons who stutter, their families, and their clinicians through the provision and sharing of evidence based practices, the implementation of cutting edge clinical training methodologies, and the completion of innovative research with specific focus on translating theory to practice.
The Speech and Hearing Center provides services to individuals with communication problems and serves as a training site for students in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders.
The Annette Strauss Institute for Civic Life was established at The University of Texas at Austin in 2000 to respond to growing political cynicism and disaffection in the United States. The goals of the institute are Annette Strauss (1) to conduct cutting-edge research on the ways in which civic participation and community understanding are undermined or sustained, and (2) to develop new programs for increasing democratic understanding among citizens.
The documentaries on this site are the result of collaboration between East Austinites and University of Texas filmmakers. At the end of each semester, we hold free, public screenings in places like Our Lady of Guadalupe Church. These screenings give filmmakers, storytellers, and neighbors a chance to hear and enjoy each others stories, to get to know each other and to learn.
Sponsored by and part of the portfolio of the Vice President for Diversity and Community Engagement (DDCE), Intellectual Entrepreneurship (IE) is an inter-collegial consortium whose mission is the educate citizen-scholars—individuals who creatively utilize their intellectual capital as a lever for social good. Generating collaborations between the academy and society, IE initiatives pertain to the undergraduate experience, connections between the University and community.