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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.

Reynolds School wins $35,000 Online News Association Challenge Fund Grant

Grant supports new focus in training students, empowering and leveraging their cultural expertise to play a role in media innovation

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

Alexa Ard was selected to participate in the highly competitive and prestigious 2015 Carnegie-Knight News21 Program. She joins 28 other top journalism students from 19 universities leading an investigation into the issues surrounding the legalization of marijuana as part of the News21 national multimedia investigative reporting initiative.

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Reynolds School Student-Journalist Participates in Prestigious News21 Program

The Reynolds School’s very own Alexa Ard was selected to participate in the highly competitive and prestigious 2015 Carnegie-Knight News21 Program. She joins 28 other top journalism students from 19 universities leading an investigation into the issues surrounding the legalization of marijuana as part of the News21 national multimedia investigative reporting initiative.

Vanessa Vancour, RSJ Nevada Media Alliance coordinator, works with her team at Arizona State University's 2nd Annual Hackathon

RSJ Students and Faculty Participate in National Hackathon Competition

Reynolds School faculty Vanessa Vancour and Larry Dailey attended ASU’s 2nd Annual Hackathon accompanied by graduate students Ryan Smith and Alex Gurevich, as well as undergraduate students Katie Sawicki and Brendan Aguiar, to work in teams to create content for the competition’s mission. The goal was to create lasting media-related projects to reach underserved communities. The competition, hosted at ASU’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication in Phoenix, Ariz. and coordinated by PBS Mediashift, took place Friday Feb. 27 through Sunday March 1.

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.”

Photo courtesy of KTVN Channel 2 News, Reno

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.

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