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Bob Conrad, Ph.D., Reynolds School of Journalism graduate (‘95) and Proprietor / Co-Founder of ThisIsReno, was selected to participate in the prestigious and highly competitive 2015 Beat Business Training Program. Photo by Theresa Danna-Douglas.

Journalism Alumnus to Participate in Beat Business Training Program

Bob Conrad, Ph.D., Reynolds School of Journalism graduate (‘95) and Proprietor / Co-Founder of ThisIsReno, was selected to participate in the prestigious and highly competitive 2015 Beat Business Training Program that the Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism is sponsoring this summer at the City University of New York’s Graduate School of Journalism. The program takes place June 22-28.

Nevada Media Alliance Coordinator, Vanessa Vancour (standing), works with Reynolds School senior Ashton Blake (seated) in the News Studio. Blake is getting ready to record a news video regarding a bill that died in the 2015 Nevada legislative session affecting transgender students. This semester Alliance students are reporting on the 2015 Nevada legislative session.

NOW HIRING STUDENTS: Bilingual Research Assistant for the Nevada Media Alliance

Nevada Media Alliance Coordinator, Vanessa Vancour, is interested in hiring bilingual research assistants for the Nevada Media Alliance. Applications will be accepted between now and June 17, 2015. The job begins on June 22, 2015 and ends August 14, 2015. Student must commit to 10 hours per week at $12/hour.

Journalism Students from the Reynolds School present their proposed brand and communications plan to the NDOT Transportation Board on May 11.

Agency, Governor applaud communication plan developed by students

New brand, ‘Keeping You Safe and Connected,’ proposed for Nevada Department of Transportation by Reynolds School of Journalism students

RSJ graduating seniors Lauren Huneycutt, Shelby Wilburn and Iris Wang reflect on their time at the RSJ before graduation.

Who’s Graduating from the Reynolds School?

Three graduating seniors reflect on their time at The Reynolds School. They participated in a fun question and answer session with student writer Rachel Yates. Read all about it and congratulations to all Class of 2015 graduates!

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Experience “All Around Reno” using a Head Mounted Display

In addition to creating virtual-reality (VR) environments for display on computers and hand-held devices, students in the Journalism 313 (Photojournalism) class are experimenting with immersive VR environments for use in a head mounted display (HMD). While HMD technology is still in its infancy, the acquisition of the Oculus Rift by Facebook in 2014 brought the attention of technologists, stock analysts, and the general public to this new frontier of mediated experience.

Fifteen Reynolds School students were inducted into the Kappa Tau Alpha honors society at the 2015 Savitt  Awards Banquet.

$146,650 worth of awards, scholarships given to students at 2015 Savitt Awards Banquet

The Reynolds School hosted the 2015 Savitt Awards Banquet on Tuesday, May 5, in the Joe Crowley Student Union Ballroom. The banquet honors high achieving journalism students by awarding scholarships and acknowledging the programs outstanding students. A total of 67 scholarships funded by 44 donors were awarded to 55 students for a total of $146,650. Additionally, 11 students were recognized for their outstanding work in their specific areas of study with cash awards.

The 2015 IMC Team poses for a group selfie at the District 14 American Advertising Federation’s District 14 National Student Advertising Competition (Photo from the competition submitted by Devan Underwood)

Strong district-level finish for IMC team

Integrated Marketing Communication group’s ‘edgy creative’ earns second place in annual competition

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