Author: Josie Steehler

Networking: The essential tool for success

Networking is an essential tool to the success and advancement of any individual in the present job market. It is also a resource that anyone has the ability to use to build personal and thoughtful interactions. While everyone has a network (their family, friends, employers and alumni from the University), there is always room for […]

By Josie Steehler | Internship & Career Advice
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A conversation with 2018 Laxalt Distinguished Writer Timothy Egan

“I realized early on that words are powerful, that words could change, and I thought very early on that I would like to be a writer,” Timothy Egan said when he began his on-stage conversation with Reynolds School professor Alan Deutschman on Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2018. Egan visited the University of Nevada, Reno this week […]

By Josie Steehler | Events
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Reynolds School professor begins a conversation about real solutions for diversity

Politely acknowledging Native America is not enough for Stanford Ph.D. and assistant professor at the Reynolds School, Myrton Running Wolf. “We need to talk about how to fix the problems of erasure and invisibility … to address the on-going epidemic of exclusion and the lack of diversity in mainstream media,” Running Wolf said. Stanford University’s […]

By Josie Steehler | Faculty News
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The relationship between the media and health information

A recap of “Why Facts Matter: Personal Health, Media and Public Trust” Dr. Nina Shapiro paid a visit to the University of Nevada, Reno on Tuesday, Oct. 9, to speak with students, faculty and community members about the critical relationship between the media and personal health information. Shapiro, the director of pediatric ear, nose and […]

By Josie Steehler | Events
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Reynolds School of Journalism joins Peace Corps Coverdell Fellows Program

Journalism graduate program offers assistantships to returning Peace Corps volunteers The Reynolds School of Journalism is now offering a new assistantship to graduate students who have served in the Peace Corps. The Paul D. Coverdell Fellowship will allow returned Peace Corps volunteers to more affordably earn their master’s degree in journalism and will bring diverse […]

By Josie Steehler | RSJ Updates
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