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Integrated Marketing Communications team thrilled about district win
April 24, 2013 • By Megan Akers
University students bring home seventh regional trophy, almost as big as team adviser.
The Chamber showcases faculty member’s ‘Big Ideas’
April 11, 2013 • By Jane Tors
Reynolds School faculty member Bob Felten will be inaugural series speaker, April 30 at Nevada Museum of Art.
Nevada high school students sought for global summer leadership program
March 1, 2013 • Staff Report
Algeria Youth Leadership Program offers opportunities at University and trips to Washington D.C., San Francisco and Lake Tahoe.
Reynolds School of Journalism brings prominent journalists to campus
February 1, 2013 • By Claudene Wharton
Engaging conversations are open to the campus community and to the public.
A faculty mentor who's twice as sweet
December 12, 2012 • By John Trent
School of Journalism's Bob Felten honored not once, but twice, by Senior Scholars.
Journalism students enjoy ‘unforgettable experience’ providing election coverage
November 7, 2012 • By Claudene Wharton
With the eyes of the nation on Nevada during election night, journalism students at the University provided a barrage of election-related news and real-time updates.
Journalism students provide election coverage and real-time updates
November 6, 2012 • By Claudene Wharton
Journalism students, with their professors, are providing election-related news and real-time updates.
Journalism students' reporting on reinventing Reno featured on Forbes.com
October 19, 2012 • By Bob Felten
Working with Micki Maynard, one of the nation’s top business journalists, Reynolds School of Journalism students posted their findings at ReinventingReno.com
‘Can Journalism Survive?’
September 14, 2012 • By Claudene Wharton
David Ryfe spent five years visiting newsrooms, looking for answers, attempting to define the current state of journalism and where it is headed.
Veteran journalist named 2012-13 Reynolds Chair
September 10, 2012 • By Melanie Peck
Michael V. Marcotte is the 2012-2013 Donald W. Reynolds Chair for the Ethics of Entrepreneurial and Innovative Journalism.
Reynolds School enters new digital age
August 20, 2012 • By Claudene Wharton
New advanced digital and technological features enhance teaching and learning experience
Reynolds School’s Felten voted best college instructor
August 20, 2012 • By Melanie Peck
Assistant professor chosen in Reno News & Review’s annual Best of Northern Nevada contest.
Ryfe assumes post as Reynolds School of Journalism academic chair
August 16, 2012 • By Melanie Peck
Former Faculty Senate chair David Ryfe takes on new post as academic chair for the Reynolds School of Journalism.
High school journalism teachers learning at University of Nevada, Reno
July 9, 2012 • By Claudene Wharton
The Reynolds School of Journalism is helping about 30 high school journalism teachers from across the country to brush up on their journalism skills this summer.
So you think you know your candidate? Find out at prezdebate.com
June 7, 2012 • By Claudene Wharton
Two professors have developed a website and an app that allows users to test their knowledge of President Barack Obama and presidential candidate Mitt Romney.
Reynolds students receive more than $103,000 in scholarships
May 10, 2012 • By Bob Felten
Sixty students received scholarships totaling more than $103,000 at the Donald W. Reynolds School of Journalism’s annual Savitt Awards Banquet this spring.
#Jour4Jobs interactive forum to focus on northern Nevada job creation
April 25, 2012 • By Todd Felts
University of Nevada, Reno graduate students host “Journalism for Jobs” live forum and virtual hangout May 1.
University hosts marketing competition on campus
April 19, 2012 • By Jaclyn McBride
Five regional universities compete In the district National Student Advertising Competition April 21.
Barbara Davidson receives Frank McCulloch Award for Courage in Journalism
March 26, 2012 • By Claudene Wharton
Los Angeles Times issue-driven photojournalist will receive the Frank McCulloch Award for Courage in Journalism from the Reynolds School of Journalism this Thursday.
A close-knit school comes home
March 5, 2012 • By Claudene Wharton
As students returned to campus for the spring semester, journalism students had an extra spring in their step.
Alan Stavitsky named dean of the Reynolds School of Journalism
November 7, 2011
Alan G. Stavitsky, founding director of Oregon’s Turnbull Portland Center, has been named dean of the Reynolds School and will begin in the role in April.
Reynolds School observes Constitution Day
August 29, 2011 • By Zanny Marsh
The Reynolds School of Journalism will observe Constitution Day with the annual Cole Campbell Dialogue on Journalism and Democracy.
Former Seattle Times executive editor joins Reynolds School as visiting chair
June 10, 2011 • By Zanny Marsh
Michael R. Fancher will join the Reynolds School this fall as the Visiting Chair in the Ethics of Entrepreneurial and Innovative Journalism.
Veteran journalist appointed dean of Reynolds school
May 23, 2011 • By Zanny Marsh
William Winter has been named dean of the Donald W. Reynolds School of Journalism and Advanced Media Studies.
PR student thrives, wins at national assembly in Emerald City
April 15, 2011 • By Misha Ray
The Public Relations Student Society of America, PRSSA, is a national organization for students studying public relations. The Associated Students of the University of Nevada PRSSA chapter, a recognized club in the Donald W. Reynolds School of Journalism, recently sent one member to the PRSSA National Assembly to vote on national bylaws, elect a new national committee and participate in various competitions and workshops.
Journalism students relish 'super' opportunity
February 7, 2011
Twenty Reynolds School of Journalism students traveled to Dallas during the Super Bowl to launch an integrated marketing communications campaign created for the Air National Guard. The students in the Public Relations Problems class also represented the University of Nevada, Reno, while launching the campaign at a high school in Dallas and working at assigned tasks during Super Bowl Sunday.
School of Journalism building closes for remodel
January 11, 2011 • By Krystal Pyatt
At the close of the fall semester, students and faculty of the Donald W. Reynolds School of Journalism vacated the building to make way for an almost $8 million renovation that will upgrade the school’s digital infrastructure, making it a state-of-the-art learning facility.
Journalism Student Takes Top Prize in Innovation Competition
December 20, 2010 • By Zanny Marsh
A senior at the Donald W. Reynolds School of Journalism won the top prize in a competition for innovative ideas in journalism.
RSJ alum Cavender makes impact at Mountain West Conference
December 16, 2010 • By Matthew Hoover
Reynolds School graduate Katie Cavender directs new media initiatives for Mountain West Conference.
One generation’s defining moment
November 16, 2010 • By Krystal Pyatt
Three students from the Reynolds School of Journalism recently made the pilgrimage to Washington, D.C., for the Jon Stewart/Stephen Colbert extravaganza, “Rally to Restore Sanity.”
Reynolds School of Journalism announces partnership with SJI
November 8, 2010 • By Zanny Marsh
The Donald W. Reynolds School of Journalism has announced a partnership with the Scholastic Journalism Institute, a think tank created to address issues facing scholastic journalism.
Stephen G. Bloom honored as 2010 Laxalt Distinguished Writer
October 4, 2010 • By Zanny Marsh
The Reynolds School of Journalism and Nevada Humanities, will honor author Stephen G. Bloom, author, journalist and Internet essayist, as the 2010 Laxalt Distinguished Writer.
Veteran business journalist joins RSJ faculty
September 29, 2010 • Staff Report
Alan Deutschman, one of the country's leading financial journalists and authors, named to Reynolds Business Chair.
Summer, Soccer and Lifelong Memories
July 14, 2010 • By John Trent
The 2010 World Cup provided memories of a lifetime for three University of Nevada students
Marketing Another Champion
May 6, 2010 • By Skyler Dillon
For championship IMC team, competition is ‘our priority’
RSJ grad Parlette, known for ‘Alicia’s Story,’ passes away
April 22, 2010 • By John Trent
Alicia Parlette, a graduate of the Reynolds School of Journalism who wrote movingly and memorably about her more than five-year battle with cancer for the San Francisco Chronicle and in a well-received book, passed away.
Lights, Camera... ESPN
February 16, 2010 • By John Trent
Reynolds School of Journalism student Damian Tromerhauser recently took to the airwaves on ESPN, and taught the country a couple of important lessons.
Senior Scholar’s nine-year odyssey to graduation
December 11, 2009 • By John Trent
Nine years ago, Jessie Marchesseau packed up her skis and snowboard and moved from her home state of Montana to Lake Tahoe.
Journey to the center of the vortex
November 19, 2009 • By Natalie Savidge
Leading researchers talk at the Reynolds School of Journalism Friday about the world's largest landfill floating in the middle of the ocean.
Isabel Wilkerson honored as 2009 Laxalt Distinguished Writer
September 29, 2009 • By Zanny Marsh
The Reynolds School of Journalism has named narrative journalist Isabel Wilkerson the 2009 Robert Laxalt Distinguished Writer.
Wall Street editor to join Reynolds School of Journalism
June 22, 2009 • By Zanny Marsh
David Morrow, the editor-in-chief of TheStreet.com, has been named Donald W. Reynolds Endowed Chair in Business Journalism.
Students persevere for top-notch marketing
April 15, 2009 • By Skyler Dillon
The class worked all semester on an entry for the American Advertising Federation’s National Student Advertising Competition.
Journalism Week looks inside ‘big headlines’
February 23, 2009 • By Zanny Marsh
Journalism Week is sponsored by the Reynolds School of Journalism and Center for Advanced Media Studies at the University of Nevada, Reno.
Media summit spotlights innovation and expertise
February 20, 2009 • By Zanny Marsh
Nevada Interactive Media will host the First Annual NevadaInteract Media Summit to spotlight Nevada's interactive media expertise on March 7 at the University.
Political leaders debate influence of political communication
February 11, 2009 • By Deidre Pike
Media balance, or lack thereof, along with YouTube videos, hefty campaign spending and the perception of an energized youth vote?
NASA’s Space Grant Program funds interdisciplinary minor
February 6, 2009 • By Zanny Marsh
An interdisciplinary effort by University professors to create a minor in "serious" games has received $20,000 in grant funding from the Nevada NASA Space Grant Consortium.
RSJ anticipates excellent recruitment from journalism day
January 26, 2009 • By Zanny Marsh
More than 165 high school students and newspaper and yearbook advisers attended the annual Journalism Day.
Political titans discuss historic campaign and election
January 23, 2009 • By Zanny Marsh
The Reynolds School of Journalism and Center for Advanced Media Studies will host campaign strategist Sig Rogich and former U.S. Sen. Richard Bryan.
Top undergraduates honored at Senior Scholars event
December 2, 2008 • By Skyler Dillon
University of Nevada, Reno’s Senior Scholar Awards Reception held Dec. 2.
Reynolds school receives funds for chair in Business Journalism
November 20, 2008 • By Zanny Marsh
The Donald W. Reynolds School of Journalism at the University of Nevada, Reno has received a $2 million grant to endow a faculty chair, The Donald W. Reynolds Chair in Business Journalism.
Online project documents Reno’s present and past
November 14, 2008 • By Zanny Marsh
Students in an interactive media course at the School of Journalism and Center for Advanced Media Studies explore Reno’s historic and contemporary architecture and environmental landscape in an online design project.
Reynolds School students cover Election Night 2008
October 30, 2008 • By Zanny Marsh
Students at the Reynolds School of Journalism will report, design and publish a web site featuring election-night results and stories with unique student angles from a campus classroom, Nov. 4.
International journalists look at ethics, First Amendment
October 20, 2008 • By Zanny Marsh
Truth in campaign advertising during the presidential election season sparked the interest of a delegation of 19 African journalists and editors who visited with Reynolds School of Journalism faculty and students, Oct. 16.
James D. Houston honored as Laxalt Distinguished Writer
October 9, 2008 • By Zanny Marsh
The Reynolds School of Journalism will recognize author James D. Houston as the 2009 Robert Laxalt Distinguished Writer.
Journalism establishes Nevada high school press association
September 29, 2008 • By Zanny Marsh
The Reynolds School of Journalism at the University of Nevada, Reno has organized the first statewide association to promote excellence in journalism in Nevada’s secondary schools.
Campaign ‘an indictment of our political process’
September 26, 2008 • By John Trent
Veteran broadcast journalist Forrest Sawyer was all over the map, all over the country, all over just about every subject related to the future of journalism, the future of the Internet, the future of politics and the future of our world.
Veteran television journalist to talk with students
September 11, 2008 • By Zanny Marsh
University students will explore perceptions of the media, the election, economy and environment in a question and answer session with television journalist Forrest Sawyer, Sept. 25 from 3 – 3:45 p.m., in the Joe Crowley Student Union Theater. The event i
Faculty appointed to judicial conduct commission
August 8, 2008 • By Zanny Marsh
Two members of the University of Nevada, Reno faculty have been named to the Commission on the Amendment to the Nevada Code of Judicial Conduct by the Nevada Supreme Court.
Journalism students initiate ethics pledge
May 15, 2008 • By Zanny Marsh
Reynolds School of Journalism seniors will sign an ethics pledge that will guide their careers at a Spring 2008 Commencement reception May 16 at 2:30p.m., in the journalism school atrium.
Website takes on poverty, diversity and the environment
April 28, 2008 • By Zanny Marsh
RSJ grad students are using interactive journalism to explore compelling cultural, economic and social issues on the online community site, www.OurTahoe.org.
The Nevada Sagebrush announces new editor-in-chief
April 21, 2008 • By Nicole Brown
Nick Coltrain, a 20-year-old journalism major and former managing editor, is the choice to succeed Brian Duggan
When 'good isn't good enough'
April 18, 2008 • By Guia Del Prado
Extreme dedication leads integrated marketing communications team to national finals in Atlanta
Scripps Dinner and lecture featured AP correspondent
April 9, 2008 • By Zanny Marsh
The Reynolds School of Journalism hosted Linda Deutsch at the 44th annual Scripps Dinner and Lecture, April 3. Deutsch is widely regarded as the premier Associated Press (AP) courtroom reporter.
Nevada Sagebrush wins online journalism awards
March 24, 2008 • By Zanny Marsh
Student newspaper’s recognition indicative of an increasingly strong Web presence.
Journalism Week attracts Pulitzer Prize winners
February 29, 2008 • By Zanny Marsh
Vision, technology and ethics essential to print, broadcast, and electronic media success.
True Blue Krukows
February 29, 2008 • By Patrick McDonnell
Whether baseball or music, Nevada has the right beat for this California family.
Help me help Journalism
February 29, 2008 • By Scott Gayer
New dean of the Reynolds School enthralled at the chance to philosophically change the trade.