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If you have an interest in any topic related to journalism and communications, let us help you find your career path.
Student ActivitiesCafé y Conversa at Donald W. Reynolds School of Journalism
Academic Lectures and SeminarsLocal News Matters at Nevada Museum of Art
Academic Lectures and SeminarsWriting the Range: From the Donner Party Trail to the Front Page at Mathewson-IGT Knowledge Center
Try out your future career in our in-house production centers and through experiences with our media partners.
Work with real clients to create strategy-based visual communication.
The Hitchcock Project
Communicate about science using data-visualization, graphic design and virtual reality.
Intern for a public radio station on campus that provides NPR and regional news and podcasts.
Produce Spanish and English news content for our bilingual multimedia news outlet.
NPR NextGen Nevada
Participate in a one-week, student multimedia training project co-sponsored by NPR.
Reynolds Media Lab
Test out your podcasting, web design, video and writing skills inside our production center.
Learn about recent news and happenings at the Reynolds School
Station recognized for bilingual pandemic coverage produced in partnership with Noticiero Móvil and This is Reno
A degree in journalism is a practical and versatile major -- a degree that can get you a job just about anywhere.
Alison Gaulden earns highest distinction in the public relations industry
The “Battle of Gettysburg Cyclorama” VR experience launches 158 years after the turning point battle