RSJ is recipient of one of 11 grants The Reynolds School of Journalism, in conjunction with the Online News Association (ONA), announced in April 2015 that it was the recipient of one of 11 grants awarded nationwide through the Online News Association Challenge Fund for Innovation in Journalism Education. The Reynolds School is using the $35,000 grant to […]
New brand, ‘Keeping You Safe and Connected,’ proposed for Nevada Department of Transportation by Reynolds School of Journalism students
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.
Multimedia boot camp participants were each paired with a professional multimedia journalist. Teams worked side by side to conceive, develop, report, write, edit and produce multimedia content for online and possible broadcast distribution by regional media outlets.
by Katy Kelly The Nevada Alumni Association honored Journalism alumni Sig Rogich, Ed Allison, Mike McDowell ‘03, Wendy Damonte ‘94 and longtime Reynolds School supporter Rich Stout at the 2012 Homecoming Gala Thursday. "We're so proud to celebrate the success of these outstanding alumni," Reynolds School Dean Al Stavitsky said. "They're an inspiration to our […]