Inspiring creative difference-makers
For people who want to do something that matters, the Gaylord College is the college that connects creative minds to meaningful careers.
Pending university approval, the Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication will search later in summer 2015 for tenure-track faculty members to fill three positions in our strategic communication (AD/PR) area.Learn more.
It is with deep sadness that we must share with you the news that we have lost one of our Gaylord family. Dr. Owen Kulemeka, public relations assistant professor, passed away unexpectedly over the weekend, believed to have been from complications from heat stroke.Read more
Joe Foote, Dean of the Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication, will rejoin the faculty in August, resigning his administrative post as Dean after a decade as the college’s leader.Read more.
Gaylord College is home to a dynamic group of possible majors: advertising, broadcast and electronic media, journalism, professional writing and public relations.Learn more about our majors.
The Bob Barry Endowment for Student Sports Programs was created in 2010 to provide a student enrichment fund to benefit University of Oklahoma students interested in sports journalism. The endowment is intended to make a meaningful difference in the education of future generations of OU sports journalism students.Learn More.
Gaylord College was voted one of the top 10 journalism programs in the nation by RTDNA. Gaylord College is proud to be included on this prestigious list for the first time and prouder still to enter with a tie at fifth place. This is the third year that RTDNA and TV Week have teamed for this survey of members and readers.Read more.
The University of Oklahoma provides students with a variety of opportunities to gain hands-on work experience while still on campus. Students are encouraged to get involved as early as their freshmen year.