The Moody College of Communication believes in diverse, talented people and their collective power to change the world through communication.
Undergraduate and graduate students, numbering nearly 5,000, master the foundations and pursue the innovations of advertising, communication and leadership, communication studies, journalism and media, public relations, radio-television-film and speech, language, and hearing sciences.
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Stepping Up to the Plate for Sports Journalism
Texas high school students visit UT for inaugural sports journalism camp
David Ryfe: New Moody College Journalism and Media Director
Ryfe brings more than a decade of experience as an academic administrator
The Texas Civic Ambassador Leadership Summit (TCALS) will facilitate civic learning and skill-building opportunities that cultivate individual and collective civic capacities, expose students to a range of different political viewpoints, and expand professional networks.
Barry Brummett’s Retirement Celebration! More details coming soon.
When: Wednesday, August 17th, 9:00am – 6:00pm
Place: CMA 7.120 (CMS conference room)
Open to all incoming CMS graduate students
Students @ the Fest is the New Politics Forum’s unique student experience at the Texas Tribune Festival, a three-day event of debate and dialogue with Texas politicians, journalists, and active politicos.