Center for Advanced Media Studies

Faculty member monitors a computer while a student uses an eye-tracking machine.

The mission of the Center for Advanced Media Studies (CAMS) is to enhance the culture of scholarship and help emerging scholars to succeed at the Reynolds School of Journalism. In 2012, a suite in the newly renovated Reynolds School was designated to house the center. The center awards research funding for faculty, hosts a speaker series, provides research grants to graduate students and facilitates research equipment and space. As a research arm of the Reynolds School, CAMS supports various types of research activities at the Reynolds School.

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Research grants

CAMS research grants provide support for faculty research. This program is intended to increase the research productivity of Reynolds School faculty, boost grant-based activity and promote the scholarly mission of the Reynolds School. Calls for proposal are announced in the fall every year.

Graduate student grants

CAMS graduate student research grants are intended to support Reynolds School graduate student scholarship and promote the mission of the Reynolds School graduate program as a base for innovation and entrepreneurship. Graduates students can ask graduate director  Kari Barber about this grant.

CAMS leadership

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Gi Woong Yun
Gi Woong Yun
Associate Professor and Director of the Center for Advanced Media Studies
(775) 784-4192
RSJ 303F
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Laura Crosswell
Laura Crosswell
Assistant Professor of Health Communication
(775) 784-4191
RSJ 103C
2561 Journalism, faculty, advertising, public relations, media studies, visual communication, graduate students, Center for Advanced Media Studies