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Reynolds School professors give advice on many stages of the post-graduation job search

It’s that time of year. You are out on the Quad taking photos in your commencement regalia, reserving tables at restaurants for your graduation celebrations, greeting your families at the airport and eagerly awaiting Saturday so you can finally call yourselves Reynolds School graduates. With commencement right around the corner, you may have started the […]

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Student-professor comedic banter turns into podcast highlighting media

“I would say the moment we knew that we should start a podcast, we were in the Reynolds School,” Reynolds School Professor Benjamin Birkinbine said. “We got in to this discussion and I got really upset, and I said ‘you have no heart’ and just walked out. So, what do you do? You start a […]

By Adrianna Owens | Faculty News . RSJ Updates . Student Projects
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Vanessa Vancour named to ONA Mentorship Collaborative leadership team

While newsrooms have covered issues of diversity and representation for years, they still struggle with them within their own organizations. Vanessa Vancour, Reynolds School professor and editor of Noticiero Móvil, is part of a national initiative to help address these problems called the Online News Association’s Mentorship Collaborative. The goal of the collaborative is to […]

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Reynolds School Abroad: Professors Alan Deutschman and Todd Felts to teach specialty classes in Spain and Brazil

Studying abroad is a right passage for many students, and Reynolds School Professors Alan Deutschman, Reynolds Chair of Business Journalism, and Todd Felts, assistant professor of Strategic Communication, will be teaching special summer session courses in 2018. Deutschman will be teaching a Food Writing and Photography course in San Sebastián, Spain, and Felts will be […]

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Ask The Professor: How do I spot a fake news story?

Gi Yun, associate professor and director of the Center for Advanced Media Studies, breaks down ways to identify fake news stories.

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Professor Bob Felten explains why Friday is a legal holiday this week.

By Professor Bob Felten It starts in the mid 70s when I was a reporter at the Reno Evening Gazette. (Yes, this was when there were two daily newspapers in Reno.) One of my editors, the gentleman Bob Nitsche, asked me to write a story about several perennial candidates for public office. These men ran […]

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Special Topics Spring 2018: JOUR 490B.1002 Data Visualization for Social Change

When it comes to register for classes, there are many options that can lead to stressful decisions. To help you glide through it, here’s a look at what’s in store this Spring for Katherine Hepworth’s Data Visualization for Social Change class that will take place Wednesdays from 4 to 6:45 p.m. What students should take […]

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Special Topics Spring 2018: JOUR 490A.1001 Media Economics

Registering for classes can be a stressful process. To help you glide through it, here’s a look at what’s in store this Spring for Ben Birkinbine’s Media Economics class that will take place Mondays and Wednesdays from 2:30 to 3:45 p.m. What students should take this class? This class should appeal to a broad range […]

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Why is media ethics a required course for all journalism majors?

A degree in journalism from the Reynolds School can mean a myriad of different things depending on the students interests. Some students go on to work in newsrooms and do traditional journalism, some focus on public relations, others develop stunning visual skills and become graphic designers at agencies. One thing every student leaves here with […]

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