Just prior to being named winner of World Press Photo of the Year for 2019, John Moore paid us a visit that included a public lecture and panel discussion, as well as honors class visits and the following interview.
Terry Galloway spent years living in silence. Until she got cochlear implants. “You are my Sunshine” is her comic, sometimes moving, sometimes profane exploration of her rebirth into the world of sound.
Join CNN anchor Alisyn Camerota and the co-founders of Press Forward (www.thepressforward.org), Dianna Pierce Burgess and Carolyn McGourty Supple, for #What Now: Pressing Forward in the Workplace, an initiative focused on creating safe, civil, and equitable workplaces.
The Daily Texan covered a well-attended and memorable discussion with Fox News contributor Guy Benson and social justice videographer Dylan Marron about the need to cultivate more productive dialogue across partisan differences.
To help kick-off the new Moody College Honors Program, award-winning radio host Brooke Gladstone is visiting the Moody College of Communication on Oct. 11 for a moderated discussion and Q&A with students and the public.
On Feb. 22-23, The Moody College Honors Program is co-hosting “Diversifying the Industry: The Job’s Not Done,” a conference focused on how public relations and advertising can move forward with diversity and inclusivity in the workplace and in the work they produce.
Journalism professor, George Sylvie, taught a fall seminar in the honors program. In this interview with KUT, Sylvie says parachute journalism is the wrong approach for reporting on communities of color.
November 12, 3:30 - 5:00 pm – A Talk by David Wallace-Wells, New America National Fellow, deputy editor of New York Magazine and author of the 2019 bestseller “Uninhabitable Earth.” Location: BMC 2.106. The event is FREE and open to the public. Event details coming soon. For more information about David Wallace-Wells, please visit: https://www.newamerica.org/our-people/david-wallace-wells/