Jay M. Bernhardt, former director of the National Center for Health Marketing at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, has been named founding director of The University of Texas at Austin Moody College of Communication's new Center for Health Communication.
During this Sunday's Super Bowl, advertising professors from The University of Texas at Austin Moody College of Communication will live tweet critiques of Super Bowl ads.
Research Helps Explain Patient Knowledge of Vaccines, Providing Insight for Health Care Providers and Educational Campaigns
Health care providers face a communication challenge when seeing patients who have formed negative or ambivalent opinions on vaccinations through Twitter.
During this Sunday's Super Bowl, advertising professors from The University of Texas at Austin College of Communication will live tweet critiques of Super Bowl ads. Professor Neal Burns (@berryboy316), Assistant Professor Kevin Thomas (@kevin_d_thomas), Assistant Professor Angeline Close (@angelineclose) and Assistant Professor Robert Lewis (@robertjoellewis) will share their thoughts under #SBAdJudge. "For many, not only… » Continue Reading
The University of Texas at Austin College of Communication will host Belo Center for New Media tours and a building dedication ceremony on Thursday, Nov. 1, at 300 W. Dean Keeton St.
The Texas Program in Sports and Media at The University of Texas at Austin has awarded five faculty fellowships, totaling $25,000, to College of Communication research teams investigating a range of issues related to the cultural intersection of sports and media.
Event: Some of the thinkers and practitioners who are shaping the future of the advertising and branding industry will gather at the conference "And the Brands Played On," produced by the Department of Advertising and Public Relations at The University of Texas at Austin. Presenters include: Gay Gaddis, president and CEO of T3 (The Think… » Continue Reading
University of Texas at Austin researchers together with collaborating Portuguese researchers have received six grants totaling about $1.5 million U.S. ($1.2 million Euros) from the Science and Technology Foundation of Portugal (FCT) to expand the presence of advanced digital media through educational and research exchange.
Watch Audio SlideshowDownload Explore UT Program (PDF) On March 6, thousands of children will be roaming the halls of The University of Texas at Austin and getting a peek of what the future could hold. They will come to the campus from all over Texas, from small towns and cities across the state. Some will… » Continue Reading
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Researchers at The University of Texas at Austin are available to discuss the illness from the importance of screening to how people use communication strategies to cope with major illnesses.