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Keith Garvin is the keynote speaker for the 51st Reynolds School Scripps Dinner and Lecture

51st Reynolds School Scripps Dinner and Lecture

Keith Garvin is the keynote speaker for the Reynolds School’s 51st Scripps Dinner and Lecture. Garvin is an anchor/reporter for KPRC in Houston, TX. He is also a graduate of the Reynolds School. The event honors the memory of Edward W. “Ted” Scripps II. Past speakers include Forbes Magazine’s Senior Editor Zack O’Malley-Greenburg, NPR’s Mandalit del Barco, ESPN’s Wright Thompson, Google News’ Krishna Bharat and the Washington Post’s Leonard Downie, Jr.

"I am very humbled by this win, RSJ senior Landon Miller said. "It’s pretty cool to place first among other students from schools like Northwestern, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Penn State, Arizona State and the University of Missouri.”

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Reynolds School student wins national journalism competition

The William Randolph Hearst Foundation has named Landon Miller, a Reynolds School of Journalism senior, the top winner in their 2014-2015 television broadcast news competition. Miller’s submission to the Hearst Journalism Awards Program, a news package on land sailing in Nevada, was selected as the overall winner from 66 entrants from 44 schools.

RSJ undergrads/grad students encouraged to apply for the 2015 NPR #NextGeneration Radio Boot Camp

RSJ accepting applications for 2015 #NextGenRadio NPR Bootcamp

The Reynolds School of Journalism and Center for Advanced Media Studies is partnering with NPR to host the third-annual Next Generation Radio Boot Camp. The Reynolds School is the only journalism school in the nation to host an NPR boot camp. The program runs from Sunday, May 17 through Friday, May 22.

“I am very honored that my work was chosen for this book,” Stavitsky said. “I am in marvelous company with scholars who very much influenced my career.”

Reynolds School Dean’s research contributes to media history

Al Stavitsky’s article featured in the ‘Routledge Reader On Electronic Media History,’ a book containing a distinct collection of research articles on electronic media

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Five Reynolds School Students Compete Nationally on 2015 Bateman Case Study

The competitive national Bateman Case Study 2015 has partnered with Home Matters, The Plank Center for Leadership in Public Relations and Edelman to bring attention to the need for affordable housing. The competition provides the participants with invaluable public relations experience and demands professional, high-quality content from competitors.

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Hugo Morales: Reynolds School Diversity Fellow in Residence

Hugo Morales, co-founder (1976) and executive director of Radio Bilinbue, the National Latino Public Radio Network will visit the Reynolds School as the Diversity Fellow in Residence the week of March 2, 2015.

During his time at the Reynolds School he will give a talk that is free and open to the public and campus communities. All are welcome and encouraged to attend.

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Robert Laxalt Distinguished Writer Program: Pulitzer Prize-winning author Sheri Fink to be honored Monday, Feb. 9

As a Pulitzer Prize winning journalist and medical doctor, Sheri Fink has investigated the ethical challenges of medical care that arise during natural catastrophes, epidemics and times of war. Most recently, her work has taken her to a new ground zero, as she spent weeks reporting on the Ebola epidemic from Liberia for the New York Times. Through the Robert Laxalt Distinguished Writer Program, the University of Nevada, Reno and Donald W. Reynolds School of Journalism will recognize Fink’s journalistic contributions, and she will share her experiences at two free, public events hosted in partnership with Nevada Humanities and the Renown Health Foundation on Monday, Feb. 9. Select books will be available for purchase and signing at both events.

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