University geothermal research center holds Geothermal Town Hall

The free, public event will share information about geothermal energy production in Nevada

A boxy device with piping running in separate directions away from it sits in a marshy area in a basin.

Discover Science Podcast: Jevin West on misinformation in and about science

Graduate student Maddie Lohman and math professor Paul Hurtado are joined by Jevin West

A composition of a portrait of Jevin West (top left), a photo of Maddie Lohman holding a bird (bottom left), a portrait of Paul Hurtado (bottom right), and the Discover Science Podcast Series identifier which looks like a cross between a microphone and a microscope (top right).

How can we best communicate science during tense times?

Journalism professor Ran Duan discusses fear, risk, and the finite pool of worry

Ran Duan outside of her office

Student media aim to be fully funded via student credit fee

Student media groups on campus hope to continue their legacy through a funding initiative in the upcoming ASUN election

Students from the Sagebrush and Insight Magazine tabling at a job fair.

Understanding the impact of social media on LGBTQIA+ activism and protest

Professor Paromita Pain discusses her research on the complexities of cross-cultural LGBTQIA+ activism in the digital age

Paromita Pain holding her book.

Journalism Alumna shares her path to becoming a TV news reporter

Conner Board (’16) shares experiences at the Reynolds School of Journalism that set her up for success after graduation

Conner Board on the news set at her station in Seattle

Journalism students launch public relations campaign for multicultural magazine

The Bateman Competition will host several events this month, including the installation of a temporary mural

Six students stand in front of their temporary mural depicting a world map.

What can be done to stop misinformation in and about science?

Discover Science lecturer on Feb. 22 will discuss the institution of science

Portrait of Jevin West.

The Reynolds School pilots mentorship program with local professionals

Currently open to freshman, the Reynolds School’s Journalism Writing Center provides one-on-one coaching for journalistic writing assignments

Student and writing coach working together at a desk, reading a writing assignment on the student's laptop.

First Amendment Forum to explore Nevada’s news shield law, other protections for the press

Reynolds School of Journalism host a conversation with attorneys Ashley Kissinger and Ben Lipman on Feb. 26

Ashley Kissinger and Ben Lipman headshots side by side.

Discover Science Podcast: Colby Pellegrino on the water challenges of the Colorado River

Political science professor Elizabeth Koebele is joined by Colby Pellegrino

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Exploring nuclear as an energy solution

Marc Nichol from the Nuclear Energy Institute shares nuclear technology developments

Marc Nichol stands at the front of an audience, presenting a PowerPoint.

Journalism alumna earns Certificate in Principles of Public Relations

Mckenzie Papa is the 19th graduate of the Reynolds School of Journalism to earn the distinguished certification

Mckenzie Papa

Discover Science Podcast: Joe Schwarcz on the magic of chemistry

Chemistry student Jesus Diaz Sanchez and chemistry professor Brian Frost are joined by Joe Schwarcz

A composite image of portraits of Joe Schwarcz in the upper left corner, Jesus Diaz Sanchez in the bottom left corner, Brian Frost in the bottom right corner, and the Discover Science Podcast Series logo in the upper right corner.

Journalism students sharpen their newscast production skills alongside local pros

Local journalists Kim Burrows and John Linn teach a newscast production course that mimics the intensity of working in a real newsroom

Kim and John providing feedback to a student working on classwork.

Gi Yun named next dean of the Reynolds School of Journalism

Following a national search, the eighth dean of the school has been selected

Gi Yun

Student films soar at annual documentary film festival

Reynolds School of Journalism students produced seven unique documentaries, which premiered on Dec. 13

A group of students from the documentary filmmaking class and instructor Kari Barber on the red carpet.

Journalism alumn earns distinguished certification in public relations

Giner is the newest University of Nevada, Reno graduate to acquire the certificate

Olive Giner

130 years of student news: from ‘The Student Record’ to ‘The Nevada Sagebrush’

The University Libraries are digitizing the complete archive of the student-run newspaper since its inception on Oct. 19, 1893

A student looks at her computer screen which has the digital Nevada Sagebrush student newspaper pulled up on it.

A ‘memory of those boys who lost their lives so that we could continue to live in happiness’

The University’s John S. O’Dowda was one of the last soldiers to die during World War I

Black and white photo from 1917 of a large group of cadets in uniform marching in formation on Mackay Athletic Field.

Reynolds School of Journalism centennial documentary now available to stream online

In honor of 100 years of journalism education at Nevada, the film was produced by Professor Kari Barber and a team of students

Alfred Higginbotham

Reynolds School of Journalism to recognize Jon Ralston as 2023 Laxalt Distinguished Writer

Ralston, a political journalist and founder and CEO of The Nevada Independent, will be honored during the school’s annual Robert Laxalt Distinguished Writer Program

Jon Ralston

Journalism alumni awarded desired Certification in the Principles of Public Relations

Carlson and Gonzalez-Aguirre are the two newest graduates to obtain the achievement

Cove Carlson and Jaime Gonzalez-Aguirre

Giant freshwater stingray tracked by University project makes it into Guinness Book of World Records

Researchers from the Wonders of the Mekong project tagged the fish when it was caught over a year ago

An aerial view of the massive stingray sitting in water atop a green tarp held by people all around the stingray.

An out of this world internship

Journalism student shares her experience as an intern for NASA

Summer Origenes

Ask the Professor: How can tools from literature help us to better communicate science?

Professor Michael P. Branch shares five tips for better science communication

Michael Branch

Journalism professor’s film competes nationwide

Documentary reveals racism confronted by first African American female sportscaster, Jayne Kennedy

Melissa McClinton and Jayne Kennedy

Journalism professor named honor society’s outstanding adviser

Patrick File was honored by Kappa Tau Alpha, the national journalism honor society

Kappa Tau Alpha president presenting a plaque to RSJ Professor Patrick File

Journalism alumna publishes debut novel

Noelle Crooks’ (’17) book “Under the Influence” was released this week

Noelle Crooks sitting in a red velvet armchair leaning toward the camera.

What is risk communication?

How can it be used to help people make informed decisions?

Professor Ran Duan

American Geophysical Union’s Hydrology Section Fellows discuss the future of science

The session took a deep dive into the responsibilities of scientists to diversify the field

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Journalism Dean speaks at the Library of Congress

Dean Al Stavitsky spoke of the importance of preserving media history as part of the Radio Preservation Task Force

Dean Al Stavitsky standing in the gazebo on campus

How can people who are part of the LGBTQ+ community boost their resilience?

Those who identify as part of the LGBTQ+ community can use several techniques to boost their resilience in the face of discrimination

Students hold a banner that reads, "Nevada has Pack PRIDE!" at the annual Pride parade in downtown Reno. Many people are dressed in rainbow UNR t-shirts.

Is Lake Tahoe getting clearer? Students from the Hitchcock Project dive deeper

The Reynolds School of Journalism’s Hitchcock Project for Visualizing Science created an in-depth, multimedia StoryMap on water clarity in the lake

Boat floating over clear waters in Lake Tahoe

Reynolds School of Journalism looks back at its spring 2023 semester

Dean Al Stavitsky reflects on a remarkable semester of student and faculty achievement.

Dean Al Stavitsky in his office

Journalism students honored at annual Savitt Awards, $2.5 million awarded in scholarships to date

The Reynolds School of Journalism recognized scholarship recipients, honor society inductees, and award winners

Alison Gaulden and Dean Al Stavitsky presenting an award to student Cove Carlson.

Five journalism students win National Hearst Journalism Awards

Students Joffea Burgos, Kayla Crowley, Tara Fejfar, Nick Stewart, and Jaedyn Young placed among the top student journalists

Nick Stewart, Jaedyn Young, and Joffea Burgos

Carl Bernstein visits Reynolds School of Journalism

The Pulitzer Prize winner was honored at the 58th annual Scripps Lecture

Carl Bernstein speaking at a podium.

First Amendment Forum with Ike Bailey, “More Light, Less Heat”

The Reynolds School of Journalism to bring professor and journalist, Ike Bailey, to campus on April 12 to discuss freedom of expression on college campuses

Headshot of Issac Bailey

Drinking life to the fullest

Student documentary “Piconland” named “Best Nevada Film” at film festival

A documentarian interviewing an employee at Louis' Basque Corner on camera.

Journalism School to host Kevin Merida, executive editor of the Los Angeles Times

Merida to discuss the future of news in a forum at the University of Nevada, Reno on March 6.

Headshot of Kevin Merida.

Reynolds School of Journalism Dean Al Stavitsky to step down

Stavitsky will transition to a faculty role following his decorated tenure as Dean

Headshot of Al Stavitsky.

The Reynolds School of Journalism reflects on its fall 2022 semester

Dean Al Stavitsky shares faculty and student successes from the past semester.

Dean Al Stavitsky walking out of the RSJ dean's suite into the hallway.

Sagebrushers ep. 10: Dr. Mariann Vaczi

President Sandoval talks with Assistant Professor Mariann Vaczi about growing up behind the Iron Curtain, her journey to the U.S. to play basketball and her interest in Basque culture and sports

President Sandoval sits to the left of Dr. Mariann Vaczi in a podcast recording room.

Journalism alumna earns coveted Certificate in the Principles of Public Relations

Sonju is the fifteenth University of Nevada, Reno graduate to achieve the distinction

Deja Sonju headshot outdoors.

Meeting the moment

Third-year Journalism student Jaedyn Young discusses the importance of finding an internship that blends passion with learning.

A girl leaning up against a wall outdoors.

Journey from the Comstock to Remote Alaska at annual Documentary Film Festival

Reynolds School of Journalism students will present five short documentaries on December 15.

A woman with grey hair being interviewed for the student documentary "From Caribou to KRBU"

KUNR Public Radio ranks highest in listenership in local market

The award-winning NPR-member station ranked first among multiple categories of Nielsen’s spring 2022 audience ratings

A desert landscape during sunset.

Discover Science Podcast: Andrew Revkin on the state of journalism in the era of climate change

Graduate student Shelby Herbert leads a discussion between the renowned science journalist and professors Sudeep Chandra and Zeb Hogan.

Discover Science compilation image of hosts and Andrew Revkin

School of Journalism presents Beth Piatote, 2022 Laxalt Distinguished Writer

Writer, playwright and scholar of Indigenous literature and law to be recognized on Nov. 17

A headshot of Beth Piatote in front of a green background.

University of Nevada, Reno to host International Education Week, Nov. 14-18

Events will highlight globally focused activities and engagement at the university and in the local community

" With over 70 different nations represented at the University, we look forward to using this week to highlight the globally focused activities on campus and in our local community."


EMBA student gives TEDxReno talk on importance of giving back

Liv Moore, a public relations professional in the entertainment industry, to graduate from EMBA program in 2023

Liv Moore gives her talk on the TEDxReno stage.

University of Nevada, Reno election poll shows Sisolak and Lombardo in a close race for governor, Cortez Masto leading Laxalt for U.S. Senate

Nevadans begin to vote in state and national competitive races

" Nevada Election Survey Project poll finds 52% of Nevadans plan to vote for Cortez Masto


Journalism dean inducted into the Nevada Broadcasters Association Hall of Fame

Dean Alan Stavitsky honored for his commitment to the broadcasting industry

Reynolds School of Journalism Dean Alan Stavitsky smiles while holding a Hall of Fame award.

Reynolds School of Journalism celebrates 100 years of journalism at Nevada

The Centennial Celebration, which will feature a documentary screening, is set for October 26

A black and white photo of the 11-person first journalism class at the University of Nevada.

Las Vegas: bright lights, sustainable city

Las Vegas works toward 30 more years of sustainability management with the guidance of alumnus Marco Velotta

Solar panels at Las Vegas City Hall

The heart work and hard work of a career in social justice

Journalism alumna Maritza Perez elected president of the Hispanic Bar Association of the District of Columbia

A black and white photo of Maritza Perez standing in front of the U.S. Capitol building.

Balancing college and a career

Journalism student Chloe Cross gives her advice on managing classes and a full-time job

Chloe Cross smiles and holds up a pass that says 2NEWS.

Kelsey Fitzgerald joins the Reynolds School as a professor of science communication

Fitzgerald will instruct on science journalism and coordinate the Hitchcock Project for Visualizing Science

A headshot of Kelsey Fitzgerald smiling to camera.

Journalism alumna Annie Wagner earns Certificate in Principles of Public Relations

Fourteen University of Nevada, Reno students have achieved the public relations distinction

A headshot of Annie Wagner in front of a white background.

Sharing global LGBTQIA+ perspectives on media

Journalism professor examines social media’s impact on LGBTQIA+ activism

A headshot of Dr. Paromita Pain.

Journalism alumna shining the light of truth through reporting

Taylor Johnson is working as a summer equality intern at Bloomberg

A headshot of Taylor Johnson in front of a business lobby.

The impact of media coverage on the non-fungible token (NFT) market

New research from the University of Nevada, Reno and Vanderbilt University shows the media educates investors rather than hyping the NFT market

"Nazir Ansari Business Building" is written above the entrance to the University of Nevada, Reno business building.

Journalism graduate student chosen as an artist-in-resident in national park residency program

Mark Maynard will spend two weeks in the Great Basin National Park documenting stories and artifacts from travelers

A headshot of Mark Maynard in front of a green nature background.

KUNR announces new general manager

Reynolds School alumnus Brian Duggan will bring his extensive media experience to the role this August

A headshot of Brian Duggan

University students and professor travel to annual German Marshall Fund in Brussels

University-funded trip allows group to witness and participate in global policy development

Photo of the trees on the Quad with Assistant Professor Ingram's office nearby.

Journalism alumna follows her passion to work for Disney

Madeline Potts stayed persistent and overcame rejection to land her dream job

Madeline Potts stands in front of a blue and purple wall wearing pink Disney mouse ears and holding her arms out to the side.

Political ideology and closed-mindedness: the Left and Right have become more alike

Foundation Professor of Sociology Markus Kemmelmeier and former Ph.D. student Jesse Acosta completed research on the evolution of political closed-mindedness in the United States

Markus Kemmelmeier

Journalism students earn national award for global multimedia project

Alina Croft and Faith Evans win a Hearst Journalism Award

On the left is a picture of Faith Evans in front of a brick wall wearing graduation sash. On the right is Alina Croft in front of an autumnal tree.

Long-time journalist and history buff honored as a Distinguished Nevadan

Guy Clifton to be recognized by President Sandoval during Spring Commencement

A black and white photo of Guy Clifton holding up a newspaper with a Mark Twain impersonator.

Catherine Schofield named Reynolds School Spring 2022 Senior Scholar

Journalism student uses passion for media to achieve academic success

Catherine Schofield stands in front of pink flowers and smiles to camera.

Journalism students win five national Hearst Journalism Awards

Andrew Mendez, Bryan Hofmann, Jarrette Werk and Kennedy Vincent earn top spots in the competition

A collage of photos of (from left to right) Andrew Mendez, Bryan Hofmann, Jarrette Werk and Kennedy Vincent.

Journalism dean to be inducted into the Nevada Broadcasters’ Hall of Fame

Alan Stavitsky will be honored during the association’s 26th annual Hall of Fame Gala

A headshot of Alan Stavitsky smiling to camera.

Journalism alumna’s thousand-mile journey to save the salmon

Brooke Hess is combining her love of science and writing for The Grand Salmon Project

Brooke Hess kayaking in a blue kayak in a river near a white water rapid.

Indigenous feminist speakers brought to the University of Nevada, Reno’s campus

Guest speakers are made possible through Nevada Humanities grants in an effort to promote decolonial change through local empowerment thanks to Lydia Huerta and Debra Harry

Cherry blossoms blooming outside of the Thompson Building

A story of love and loss told through animation

Journalism professor creates short documentary film and VR experience to bring awareness to grief

An illustration of a boy with the letter "Z" on his chest standing on the top of a green castle and holding a sword above his head.

Nevada’s Longest Serving Senator: Harry Reid’s Lasting Legacy (Part II)

Part II of the obituary for Harry Mason Reid, written by the University of Nevada, Reno's Senator Harry Reid Doctoral Fellow

Senator Harry Reid pictured speaking during a legislative call

The Man from Searchlight: A remembrance of Harry Mason Reid (Part I)

Obituary for Harry Mason Reid, written by the Senator Harry Reid Doctoral Fellow

Portrait of Senator Harry Mason Reid

How innovative thinking led to a dream job in the film industry

Journalism alumna Katie Hutchings' journey to VP of marketing for Skydance Media

A close-up headshot of Katie Hutchings in front of a grey background

Writing for representation: Vibrant Voices

Journalism student establishes a club to advocate for underrepresented groups

Dania Maldonado holds up peace signs with her fingers and stands behind a table with a sign on it that says "Does representation matter?"

Journalism professor honored for his work championing the LGBTQ+ community

Todd Felts awarded Board Member of the Year by The Human Service Network

A close-up headshot of Dr. Todd Felts in front of a grey background

Journalism alumnus recognized in The Game Awards Future Class

Lukas Eggen shares what made his gaming podcast level up

Lukas Eggen smiles to camera in front of a black background.

Journalism alumna recognized in Forbes 30 Under 30

Liv Moore joins the prestigious list for her work in documentaries and music strategy

Liv Moore smiles to camera in front of a white background

Ashlyn Rodgers named Reynolds School Fall 2021 Senior Scholar

Rodgers’ passion for journalism and education led to academic success

Ashlyn Rodgers smiles in front of a brick wall that is covered with autumnal leaves

University journalism students share Reno’s untold stories during documentary film festival Dec. 9

Reynolds School holds 7th annual event on University campus

An illustration of the Reno skyline with a film camera projecting light on to it.

Illuminating Nevada’s history with virtual reality

Journalism alumna gives classic Nevada neon signs a new life

A neon sign of two cowboys standing next to each other in red and green light in front of a black background.

Paula Kerger discusses public media in College of Engineering's 2021 Distinguished Lecture Series

The president and CEO of PBS delivered the lecture “Science & Technology: The Role of Public Media in Sparking Change”

Paula Kerger

Journalism alumnus earns Certificate in Principles of Public Relations

Thirteen University of Nevada, Reno students have achieved the public relations distinction

Benjamin Engel stands in front of the University of Nevada, Reno's Morrill Hall building in his graduation robe.

Stopping the spread of misinformation in India

University faculty receive international grant to train journalists and students on fact-checking

A university student looks at a computer with faculty member Paromita Pain talking to her in the Reynolds School reading room.

Lights, camera, production – New film emphasis in the School of Journalism

Students can now specialize in film and media production at the Reynolds School

A woman wearing a University of Nevada, Reno t-shirt smiles to the camera while holding a light in front of a yellow background.

School of Journalism presents Frank X. Mullen as 2021 Laxalt Distinguished Writer

Award-winning journalist, author and actor recognized on Nov. 4

Frank Mullen

Journalism dean becomes president of national journalism association

Alan Stavitsky assumes leadership of the Association of Schools of Journalism and Mass Communication

Alan Stavitsky

Nevada Humanities with KUNR & Noticiero Movil to host online conversation Learning How to Listen

Virtual discussion on October 13, 2021 complements KUNR & Noticiero Movil One Small Step program

A man and a woman post on a black backdrop. The image is gray scale with a orange filter over the top. The filter is removed on both of the faces of the man and woman.

Talk and panel on “Local News Matters” Oct. 19 at Nevada Museum of Art

School of Journalism hosts event featuring Colorado Sun Editor Larry Ryckman

A headshot of Larry Ryckman

KUNR wins national Murrow Award for excellence in diversity, equity and inclusion

Station recognized for bilingual pandemic coverage produced in partnership with Noticiero Móvil and This is Reno

Andrew Mendez records voiceover in an audio studio at KUNR.

Journalism lecturer inducted into PRSA College of Fellows Class of 2021

Alison Gaulden earns highest distinction in the public relations industry

Alison Gaulden

Dr. Eugenia L. Weiss Joins School of Social Work as Masters of Social Work Program Director

Dr. Weiss brings more than 30 years experience to the School of Social Work

Eugenia Weiss standing by a lake wearing a green shirt, black leggings and a hat

Journalism professor emeritus turns one of the oldest forms of immersive media into virtual reality

The “Battle of Gettysburg Cyclorama” VR experience launches 158 years after the turning point battle

A detailed section of the Battle of Gettysburg Cyclorama

La radio pública KUNR y Noticiero Móvil invitan a la comunidad a dar sus distintos puntos de vista a través de charlas

El norte de Nevada y el este de California es la primera zona del país en realizar las charlas de la iniciativa One Small Step en inglés y en español

 Dos participantes posan frente a una pared blanca.

KUNR Public Radio and Noticiero Móvil invite participants with differing views to connect through conversation

Northern Nevada becomes the first location to host One Small Step conversations in English and Spanish

A man and a woman post on a black backdrop. The image is gray scale with a blue filter over the top. The filter is removed on both of the faces of the man and woman.

Reynolds School Spring 2021 Semester in Review

Dean Al Stavitsky shares journalism faculty and student accomplishments from the past semester.

President Brian Sandoval and Dean Al Stavitsky stand in regalia on the stage at the University of Nevada, Reno commencement.

KUNR and partner organizations win three regional Murrow Awards

Public radio station on campus recognized for bilingual pandemic coverage, hard news and sports reporting

Nevada desert at sunset.

Faith Evans named Reynolds School Spring 2021 Senior Scholar

Lifelong journalism student earns prestigious honor after achieving a 4.0 GPA

Faith Evans

Steamboat Ditch: Lessons from the Past

Nevada’s complicated and complex history of water wars and how we can learn from the past

Black and white photograph of the tufa rock formation on Pyramid Lake

Journalism alumna rekindles love for writing after learning how to surf

Heather Ernst publishes her experience in WMNSurfMag

Heather Ernst surfing in the ocean.

Journalism alumna tells dynamic stories locally and internationally

Rebecca Leroux’s video production companies support storytelling in California, Utah and Africa

Rebecca Leroux

Our Town Reno marks five years of street reporting in Reno

Journalism school’s initiative focuses on those affected by the affordable housing crisis

A grad student interviews a community member who lives on the river.

Online event examines the relationship between free speech and firearms

School of Journalism hosts its 2021 First Amendment Forum on April 20

Gregory Magarian

Our Town Reno hosts community conversation about houselessness in Reno on April 13

Panelists will include the formerly unhoused, advocates and an elected official

Photo collage with the side of a man's face in the top left corner, two hands holding a rock that says forgive in the top right corner, two men holding a sign on the street that reads "Stop Rent Greed" in the bottom left corner and a house with two people standing outside of it in the bottom right corner.

Atlas of Surveillance honored with award for advancing public’s right to know about police spying

EFF's partnership with School of Journalism helps collect data about police surveillance

Students, EFF's Dave Maass, RSJ Professor Gi Yun and RSJ Dean Al Stavitsky smile in individual Zoom screens.

Journalism dean named finalist for Administrator of the Year

Dean Alan Stavitsky recognized in the 68th Scripps Howard Awards competition

Dean Alan Stavitsky

Journalism faculty member and student win top awards at BEA Festival of Media Arts

Dr. Myrton Running Wolf and Vanessa Ribeiro receive national recognition for narrative video and sound engineering

A photo collage with Dr. Myrton Running Wolf on the left and Vanessa Ribeiro on the right.

Journalism school’s International Institute covers the world’s largest electronics show

South Korean students take on a unique opportunity during the pandemic

A group of South Korean students pose with Dean Stavitsky behind the anchor desk in the Reynolds Media Lab.

School of Social Work Welcomes Dr. Lillian Wichinsky As New Associate Dean

Dr. Wichinsky brings more than 25 years of experience in the social work profession to the School of Social Work

Dr. Lillian Wichinsky in Arches National Park, Utah

Reynolds School alumna and student earn Certificate in Principles of Public Relations

Twelve University students have achieved public relations distinction

Reynolds School of Journalism building

Reynolds School Fall 2020 Semester in Review

Dean Al Stavitsky shares journalism faculty and student accomplishments from the past semester.

A group of Reynolds School students smile on individual Zoom screens.

“Pandemic Performers”: a visual story

Journalism student documents four artists navigating the pandemic

Ben Engel holds a camera up and looks through it in front of a blurred greenery background.

University’s student filmmakers to hold virtual film festival Dec. 11

School of Journalism’s sixth annual Student Documentary Film Festival airs on Facebook Live

Old style video camera

Tamara Snight named Reynolds School Fall 2020 Senior Scholar

Snight hopes to follow her passion for strategic communications into a successful career

A headshot of Tamara Snight standing in front of a park wearing a black graduation gown and smiling to camera.

Changing representation through documentary film

Journalism alumna Tsanavi Spoonhunter chronicles one tribe’s fight for food sovereignty in short documentary

Tsanavi Spoonhunter stands in front of a forest backdrop wearing a Native American beaded collar.

Journalism professor appointed to inaugural board of influential professional diversity forum

Caesar Andrews elected to the Journal-isms Inc. Board of Directors

Caesar Andrews poses in a classroom