Supporters

University of Oregon

Office of the President

Office of the Provost
Provost and Senior Vice President

Office of Vice Provost
Vice Provost for Portland

Office of International Affairs
Vice Provost for International Affairs
Global Studies Institute

College of Arts & Sciences
Associate Dean for Strategic Initiatives
Department of Cinema Studies
Department of Philosophy
Folklore & Public Culture Program

College of Design
Office of the Dean
Portland Architecture Program & Portland Urban Architecture Research Laboratory | School of Architecture & Environment
Graduate Studies in Arts Management | School of Planning, Public Policy & Management

School of Journalism & Communication
Media Studies Program
Knight Chair in Communication Research
Hulteng Chair in Media Ethics & Responsibility
Wallace Chair of Journalism
UNESCO Crossings Institute for Conflict-Sensitive Reporting & Intercultural Dialogue

 New Media & Culture
Transdisciplinary Certificate Program | CAS+COD+SOJC

Oregon Humanities Center
Interdisciplinary Organization

Libraries
Light Court Commons | Portland Libary & Learning Commons
Lokey Science & Technology Outreach Librarian | Price Science Commons & Research Library

In Cooperation With

Design Week Portland 2019
Design Week Portland (DWP): “… series of programs exploring the process, craft, and practice of design across all disciplines. … and its far-reaching effects on matters of cultural and social relevance, including community development, education systems, and the economy.”


Holistic Options for Planet Earth Sustainability (HOPES) 25: “… both an attack on complacency and a pledge to resilience. … dares to face the consequences of idealized landscapes and vows to take local action to change them. … We call for resilient thinking that transcends scales, anticipates challenges, and unrelentingly pursues a dynamic and equitable future.”

Journalism from Above: “…the research centre Demicom at Mid Sweden University [will] discuss drones in relation to the media and journalism from social, cultural, historical, technological, professional, ethical or other perspectives. Examples [include]: Adaption of new technology in the newsrooms, cultural perspectives on reporting from above, the evolving roles of photo journalism, drone imagery and audience preferences in a changing media landscape.”

IAMCR 2019 Madrid
International Association for Media & Communication Research (IAMCR) 2019 Madrid: “Communication, Technology and Human Dignity: Disputed Rights, Contested Truths”

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