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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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Online News Association event at RSJ on Feb. 4

All Reynolds School students are invited to attend the first Online News Association networking event on Wednesday, Feb. 4th, from 6 -8 p.m. in the Travis Linn Reading Room located on the first floor of the Reynolds School Building.

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Professor Howard Goldbaum creates virtual reality tour of American Flat Mill

Reynolds School of Journalism professor Howard Goldbaum has created an interactive, virtual reality tour of the now demolished United Comstock Merger Mill at American Flat.

Alan Deutschman, professor and Reynolds Chair of Business Journalism, to moderate prestigious Churchill Club panel in San Francisco

Trends in Journalism: When Critics Become Capitalists

Alan Deutschman, professor and Reynolds Chair of Business Journalism, will moderate a Churchill Club panel titled “Trends in Journalism: When Critics Become Capitalists.” The event is scheduled for Thursday, Jan. 22, 5:30 p.m., at the Autodesk Gallery, 1 Market Street, #200, San Francisco, CA.

Dean Al Stavitsky celebrates  2014 Reynolds School accomplishments

Reynolds School celebrates 2014 accomplishments

As we usher in the new year, Dean Al Stavitsky is proud of what the Reynolds School community achieved in 2014. Read more about all of the Reynolds School accomplishments in this post. Happy New Year!

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Reynolds School of Journalism Website Redesign RFQ

Our goal is to update the look and feel of our website to better serve our audiences.

“'The Red Queen’s Run' is a psychological thriller that exposes the academic ‘Ivory Tower’ to be a hothouse full of monstrous egos, where bullying thrives long past the childhood playground days and academic discipline requires research skills of the detective kind," said writer Kate Manning.

College experiences inspire former journalism professor to debut suspense novel

Bourne Morris, Reno resident and Reynolds School of Journalism professor emeritus for the University of Nevada, Reno will introduce her first novel, “The Red Queen’s Run,” to the community at 6:30 p.m., Dec. 9, at Sundance Books and Music in downtown Reno. The event is free and open to the public. “The Red Queen’s Run” is the first installment of her Red Solaris Trilogy suspense series. The series addresses the problems of campus violence.

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