About The Center for Advanced Media Studies
The mission of The Center for Advanced Media Studies (CAMS) is to enhance the culture of scholarship and help the emerging scholars to succeed at RSJ. In 2012, a suite in the newly renovated Reynolds School was designated to house the center. The center awards research funding for faculty, hosts a speaker series, provides research grants to graduate students and facilitates research equipment and space. As a research arm of the Reynolds School, CAMS supports various types of research activities at The Reynolds School.
CAMS Research Grants provide support for faculty research. This program is intended to increase the research productivity of Reynolds School faculty, boost grant-based activity, and promote the scholarly mission of the Reynolds School. Calls for proposal will be announced in fall every year.
Graduate Student Grants
CAMS Graduate Student Research Grants are intended to support Reynolds School graduate student scholarship and promote the mission of the RSJ graduate program as a base for innovation and entrepreneurship. Graduates students can ask The Reynolds School graduate director, Howard Goldbaum, about this grant.
Beyond research grants, we also host a speaker series intended to enhance our research mission by promoting discussion about a broad range of scholarly topics.
Associate Professor and Director of the Center for Advanced Media Studies
Office location: RSJ 205 Office Phone: (775) 784-4192 Gi Woong Yun joined the Reynolds School in 2016 from Bowling Green State University. His research focuses on internet as media. The topics of Yun’s publications range from social psychological theories of communication, internet research methodology, social media, and social network analysis to big social media data […]