Reynolds School alum shows that one of the most valuable experiences in one's career is during college.
Subject of "The Great Hack" film discusses privacy rights during Reynolds School event.
Reynolds School student-run bilingual news outlet celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month by highlighting its storytelling efforts.
School of Journalism holds launch event for the Hitchcock Project for Visualizing Science Oct. 21
Carroll will speak about personal and public privacy trends and concerns at the University Oct. 16
New report finds border communities inundated with surveillance technologies
Reynolds School alumnus and team win Emmy Award for best documentary
School of Journalism offers a one-credit course to train students on the Freedom of Information Act
Newest journalism faculty member previously worked as a Spanish-language technology reporter for CNET en Español.
Reynolds School alumna finds love for project management of national brands
University’s student public relations organization recognized for programming, high school outreach and pro-bono work.
Reynolds School alumna shares her experience reporting on the western region.
Reynolds School offers one-credit course to students as part of The Hitchcock Project for Visualizing Science.
Reynolds School professor wins top faculty paper in environmental communication at International Communication Association conference.
Maritza Perez, spring 2019 commencement speaker, works as a senior policy analyst advocating for criminal justice reform and civil rights
The public radio station is recognized for bilingual programming produced in partnership with the Reynolds School.
Reynolds senior participated in the Momenta Workshop in February 2019, taking a series of photographs for the L.A. Corps
Learn about student and faculty accomplishments and events in the semester in review video.
Reynolds School recognized for commitment to inclusive-learning community
Alan Deutschman joins the Society for Advancing Business Editing and Writing board of governors.
More than 100 students graduate from the journalism school, the largest class in its history.
Record number of degrees, 3,201, conferred during University's 129th Commencement
Daniel Lang let his Chinese heritage and Catholic religion inspire him to excel at the Reynolds School of Journalism
Collaboration expands regional news coverage.
Reynolds School assistant professor recognized for decade of outreach efforts at University and in local community.
Students gain real-world experience creating a strategic communications campaigns for national clients.
The Reynolds School of Journalism recognizes scholarship recipients, honor society students and award winners.
Community-based undergraduate researchers join with faculty mentors to explore problems and offer understanding and ideas to make a difference
Kari Barber's documentary, "Struggle and Hope," follows all-black towns in Oklahoma.
Jane Kirtley visited the university to discuss the history of libel and what criticism of NYT v. Sullivan means for the future of journalism.
Masterson will work with the Hitchcock Project for Visualizing Science to launch a podcast and online magazine.
Reynolds School students, alumni contribute to affordable housing news series, “Priced Out.”
Week-long program emphasizes learning through mentorship and guidance — a rare and exciting opportunity for student journalists.
Third annual Reynolds School of Journalism event held April 23 at the University of Nevada, Reno.
Two female students accomplish great feats both personally and professionally as partners in the Nevada Debate Union, recognized as ASUN Club of the year
Use these skills for your next round of internship or job applications
Leonard Pitts Jr. was awarded a Pulitzer for commentary in 2004 for his column in the Miami Herald.
It takes preparation and time management, but with a few tips and tricks, you can manage all of your final projects this semester and beyond.
Former Reynolds School of Journalism student proves success is about building relationships.
Howard Goldbaum receives award at Broadcast Education Association Festival of Media Arts for virtual reality work.
Jordan Berns wins the Vincentian Prize for Social Impact at the Big Shoulders International Student Film Festival.
Students from the first JFIT class share how the program benefited them.
Two classes inside the Reynolds School of Journalism came together in an unexpected way during last fall.
Yes, you do actually have to talk your professors outside of class if you want to get ahead.
Maass will teach alongside Dr. Gi Woong Yun in partnership with the Electronic Frontier Foundation
Panel features two women who witnessed racism inside a Philadelphia Starbucks.
Dr. Duan will be teaching visual communication.
Students presented their public service announcements to a panel of industry professionals.
Reynolds School alumna reports on the California Camp Fire.
Join the Reynolds School of Journalism as we take a look back at this fall semester!
Rierson's inspiration to become a journalist came from "Sabrina the Teenage Witch."
Our Town Reno Live event “Who Does the River Belong To?” to give a voice to displaced community members
Congrats to the class of 2018!
The connections you make now could pay off later.
Ackerman and Boorman become third and fourth alumni to earn the distinction
Timothy Egan spoke with Professor Alan Deutschman about his career.
Egan to speak about his life and works at the University of Nevada, Reno and Sundance Books and Music on Nov. 27
ASUN President is invested in serving her community if whatever way possible.
Myrton Running Wolf believes diversity issues need to be discussed and addressed, not just acknowledged.
The interdisciplinary minor has valuable skills that local businesses need
Our Town Reno Live event “Who Does the City Belong To?” to give a voice to displaced community members
A recap of "Why Facts Matter: Personal Health, Media and Public Trust."
Journalism graduate program offers assistantships to returning Peace Corps volunteers
Alumnus Alex Stewart reflects on his love for football, gives advice to students in sports broadcast field.
Professor Katherine Hepworth discusses how people can recognize good design.
Reynolds School alum Liv Moore works with the Netflix Awards team.
Reynolds School of Journalism works with Algerian Youth Leadership Program
Professor Pain will explore emerging newsroom practice concerns in a global context.
Professor Laura Crosswell breaks down strategies some advertisers use to mislead consumers to sell their products
Reynolds School alumnus shares his journey of getting a job at WNYC's The Takeaway.
More than 1,700 incoming freshman – nearly half of all University of Nevada, Reno freshmen – to participate in program designed to increase college success
Reynolds School of Journalism and KUNR to share stories of Reno's homeless population this fall
Online News Association honors school's bilingual media initiatives
Karina Gonzalez and Jarrette Werk share stories of Latino and indigenous people at national conferences
There are a plethora of student-led podcasts to listen to.
Reynolds School alumna Stephanie Serrano awarded for her student reporting of Reno 1868 FC
Dr. Yun received a Google Research Award earlier this year for his work determining why businesses owned or managed by minorities are underrepresented in Google Maps.
RSJ students aren't limited to news organizations or public relations agencies.
Past University research honorees offer faculty community a voice on campus and beyond
Courtney Krause chose the Reynolds School because she wanted to find a graphic design major.
A highlight of the achievements of students and faculty, events that took place and other happenings in spring 2018.
Seven journalism students have been selected for this year's Next Generation Radio boot camp.
Associate Professor and Graduate Program Director at the Reynolds School of Journalism Howard Goldbaum discusses the future of VR
Another year, another generation of graduates entering the professional field.
The 1941 graduate of the University showed all American journalists the path in war, and in peacetime
University students team up to win district integrated marketing communications competition
A heated debate about a 1980's alien movie sparked an idea for a podcast.
The Missouri Governor's Award for Excellence in Education is the highest award given to Missouri public university educators.
Legendary journalism grad and transformational figure in tourism industry to be honored at Commencement
University uses interdisciplinary, holistic approach to finding solutions
Van Hoozer will graduate with a major in both journalism and Spanish in the honors program.
The Reynolds School's yearly awards banquet features incredible work and the students behind it.
These RSJ alums help you make that side-hustle actually work.
Professor Patrick File lead a community conversation about growing concerns around press freedoms.
Donica Mensing, associate dean at the Reynolds School of Journalism, looks at the similarities and differences between types of radio
More than 100 faculty over the years have taught overseas for USAC
It's so much more than a job application.
The inaugural event focuses on empowering young women in media
Professor and Noticiero Móvil editor to help lead national mentorship initiative
Topics of free, evening talk to include immigration, politics, Latinos in the media and more
These tips will help you tailor your profile for your next job hunt.
The man behind the #StarringJohnCho campaign spoke with journalism students about diversity in media.
Networking can seem intimidating, but a little research and preparation beforehand can make a world of difference.
Digital media lecturer Nico Colombant breaks down the ins and outs of podcasting, from your first listen to starting your own
The Reynolds School hosted it's twice-yearly graduation reception ahead of the winter graduation ceremony.
Prince Nesta, Reynolds School graduate student, explores podcasting in global context
Annual event honors Nevada's finest writers, and serves as a stimulus to encourage excellence among emerging writers in the Silver State
Gi Yun, associate professor and director of the Center for Advanced Media Studies, breaks down ways to identify fake news stories
Investigative journalist and historian shares the highs and lows of speaking truth to power
30th Annual event honors Hall of Fame Inductees Donald Revell and Terri Farley and Silver Pen Recipient Michael Branch
Bob Felten explains why Friday is a legal holiday this week
Elko native and University alumna’s contributions to investigate journalism to be recognized
Students that attening the PRSSA national conference share what they learned.
Engagement is a term thrown around a lot - what does it mean for current professionals?
Media ethics serves students in their future professions and everyday lives.
Assistant professor Patrick File worked with State Senator Nicole Cannizzaro to push SB420, a bill that would free student publications from administrative censorship.
Alison Gaulden wins Outstanding Faculty Advisor for second time in three years
@Reality will provide the University community with a dedicated space, equipment, software and expertise to properly support experimentation, exploration of virtual reality and augmented reality mediums
Partners Meedan and Reno Public Radio to help in creation of model to improve immigration and refugee coverage
Alan Alda engages students and professors about science communication
Students created campaigns for cute pets, a Buzzfeed quiz, and other engagement ideas.
New community and business communications resource is based in The Innevation Center downtown
Jennifer Sizemore spoke to a group of students about her experience in helping corporate communicators tell authentic stories.
Assistant professor Ben Birkinbine shares about the research project he did in London during the summer break.
A Q&A with veteran journalist and publisher Les Zaitz led by Reno Gazette-Journal investigative reporter Anjeanette Damon
Amber Walsh has worked in visual desgin and communication for almost 20 years.
Rock your next job hunt with these steps.
Korin will help implement the spanish language media program at the Reynolds School.
From time management apps to work-life balance tips, we've put together the perfect guide to help you jump straight back into the semester.
Whatever your focus, there's a perfect portfolio site out there for you.
Early-stage proof-of-concept funding applications now open for Nevada Research and Innovation Corporation program
Lecturer Nico Colombant and Professor Todd Felts worked with 25 Algerian students this year teaching leadership skills and how to incite change.
Nearly 1,450 incoming freshman to participate in program designed to increase college success
For 30 years, Jake Highton reminded his journalism students to always ask more, not less, of themselves
The Online News Association’s Digital Storytelling Workshop connected journalists with new tools, great tips and each other
Journalism professor’s new documentary on all-black towns premieres at Nevada Museum of Art in July
The day-long series of digital storytelling workshops comes to the University from the Online News Association July 14, 2017
The University of Nevada, Reno and the Nevada Alumni Association will recognize nine graduates with top grade-point average
Wolf Pack Relations is expanding reach as it begins its third year
KUNR and the Washoe County School District collaborate to create Reno Youth Radio, an educational opportunity for students
Crystal Powell honored with Student Filmmaker of the Year at Nevada Women’s Festival
Read inspiring quotes from media giants to get through the semester or apply for the media dream job
Students from across the nation solve unique problems with bots and chatbots at the 4th Annual J-School Hackathon
A conversation at the intersection of journalism, media, culture and technology
MediaShift and The Reynolds School host a startup competition around chatbots and bots at the Innevation Center Feb. 24-26
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist provides exclusive insight at free forum Feb. 8
University sophomore double majoring in secondary education and journalism, Hannah Jackson, recognized
Alan Stavitsky to serve on the Executive Committee for the Association of Schools of Journalism and Mass Communication
Events include a reading with Richard Ford at Sundance Books and Music, midday, and a moderated conversation with Ford at the University of Nevada, Reno in the evening
More than 1,000 incoming freshman to participate in program designed to increase college success
Reynolds School assistant professor contributes to book analysing the Microsoft Corporation
Noticiero Móvil is the direct result of the $35,000 Online News Association Challenge Fund for Innovation in Journalism Education grant the Reynolds School recieved in April 2015.
Colleges recognize students with top grade-point average at banquet May 11
Stavitsky a Distinguished Scholar for Library Radio Preservation Task Force
Miller is an evening anchor for KTVN Channel 2 News.
Podcast tells surprising anecdotes behind scrappy media startups that haven’t been discovered by other media – yet – and explores the challenges faced on their way to success or failure
Noticiero Movil, a bilingual student-run news startup, holds free community event Oct. 13 at local restaurant
Legendary Oakland sports editor played influential role in bringing championships to Oakland in '70s
New brand, ‘Keeping You Safe and Connected,’ proposed for Nevada Department of Transportation by Reynolds School of Journalism students
Colleges recognize students with top grade-point average at banquet May 13
Integrated Marketing Communication group’s ‘edgy creative’ earns second place in annual competition
University of Nevada, Reno Alexa Ard selected for 2015 Carnegie-Knight News21 Program
Senior Landon Miller earns top recognition for broadcast news in Hearst Journalism Awards Program
Stavitsky’s article featured in the ‘Routledge Reader On Electronic Media History,’ a book containing a distinct collection of research articles on electronic media
Documentary host shares stirring true stories in finding clean water
Events include a conversation with Sheri Fink at Renown Regional Medical Center, midday, and an evening lecture at the University
Books highlighting the history and culture of Nevada available at Nevada Wolf Shop and local bookstores
Sen. Reid hosts national, state and local experts at event at University’s Lawlor Events Center
Crowd sourcing used to create first searchable, national database on people killed by police
Spenser Blank named 2014 Media Fellows Scholar
NevadaFit expanded to all colleges to drive student success
University offers hands-on programs through partnerships
Liz Margerum wins small online news organization category for best video-news documentary
Students presented examples of Aztec, West African and Western style of communication at the University of Nevada, Reno’s first diversity conference held in March
Colleges recognize students with top grade-point average at banquet May 14
University places second in district competition
Students learn teamwork and gain real-life experience in collegiate competitions
Reynolds School of Journalism Associate Professor Ben Holden recently traveled to the Republic of Kosovo to present guidelines for court journalists.
Media Watch airs each Friday from 2-3 p.m. as part of 88.7 KUNR Reno Public Radio's "Beyond the Headlines" program
Eight books are available, ranging from fictional short stories to nonfictional and inspirational
“Building a High-Performance Team for Brand Management and Corporate Affairs;” program to share proven lessons of success
Paula Kerger discusses public broadcasting during luncheon with the Reynolds School journalism students
RSJ grad student's film "Never to be Forgotten" honored by Nat'l Endowment for the Arts
“Robert Laxalt: Story of a Storyteller” sheds light into the less illuminated corners of Laxalt’s personal and career sagas
Doris Sinofsky, 1949 graduate, produces award-winning Holocaust documentary
Jenny Perry and Krystal Pyatt create Pypeline Editing in Reno, Nev.
University of Nevada, Reno students place 17th in National Student Advertising Competition
Five journalism students selected to participate in a hands-on learning laboratory under the guidance of today’s top public media journalists
University students bring home seventh regional trophy, almost as big as team adviser
Reynolds School Assistant Professor Bob Felten featured as inaugural speaker, focuses on lessons learned from working with students
Algeria Youth Leadership Program application deadline is March 29; opportunities at University and trips to Washington D.C., San Francisco and Lake Tahoe
Public invited to attend conversations
School of Journalism's Bob Felten honored not once, but twice, by Senior Scholars
Students report from University of Nevada, Reno and various Washoe County locations throughout election night
Other media invited to use students’ reporting from Washoe County, a key area in swing-state Nevada
Working with Micki Maynard, one of the nation’s top business journalists, Reynolds School of Journalism students posted their findings at ReinventingReno.com
David Ryfe looks inside American newsrooms in search of answers
Award-winning broadcaster Michael V. Marcotte seeks to push journalism to greater heights
Advanced technological features enhance teaching and learning
Assistant professor chosen in Reno News & Review’s annual Best of Northern Nevada contest
Associate professor and senior research scholar begins three-year term
University’s Reynolds High School Journalism Institute one of only five in the country
University of Nevada, Reno professors develop website and application to increase understanding
Sixty students received scholarships totaling more than $103,000 at the Donald W. Reynolds School of Journalism's annual Savitt Awards Banquet.
University of Nevada, Reno graduate students host “Journalism for Jobs” live forum and virtual hangout May 1
Five regional universities compete in the district National Student Advertising Competition April 21
Reynolds School of Journalism honors photojournalist for coverage of conflicts worldwide and gang violence in Los Angeles
Following a major renovation, the Reynolds School returns to innovation
Founding director of Oregon’s Turnbull Portland Center will join University of Nevada, Reno in April
Business development entrepreneur will explore accuracy and credibility of online news sources
Michael R. Fancher has deep experience in the development of new media and the study of ethics
Winter brings extensive leadership, fund development, experience to role
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.
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.
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.”
The 2010 World Cup provided memories of a lifetime for three University of Nevada students
For championship IMC team, competition is ‘our priority’
For the RSJ student, two segments on ESPN are only just the beginning
Journalism, business students branch out and flourish