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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 […]

By Alexa Solis | Faculty News . RSJ Updates
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Reynolds School winter graduates enjoy weekend of celebration before finals week

On the morning of Saturday, Dec. 9, 32 graduates of the Reynolds School of Journalism joined the University of Nevada, Reno’s 2017 winter cohort as they received their hard-earned diplomas. The University conferred a total of 1,835 degrees, and United States Sen. Catherine Cortez-Masto spoke to graduates about public service and the many ways in […]

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Special Topics Spring 2018: JOUR 490.A Marketing to Latino Consumers

When it comes to registering 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 Ezequiel Korin’s Marketing to Latino Consumers class that will take place Mondays and Wednesdays from 1 to 2:15 p.m. 1) What students […]

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PRSSA Nevada Goes To Boston – National Conference Take Aways

Written By Pierce Baker, VP Publicity PRSSA Nevada A group of 12 students from the PRSSA Nevada (Public Relations Student Society of America) attended the PRSSA national conference in Boston and came back armed with tools to succeed in the workforce. PRSSA Nevada VP of Publicity has five key takeaways below.   1. Tools for […]

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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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The Spring 2018 journalism course schedule is here!

Subject Catalog Section Title Days Start Time End Time Instructor Last Name JOUR  300 1001 Visual Communication Online only Hepworth JOUR  300 1002 Visual Communication Online only Orr JOUR  304 1001 Social Media and Society MW 10.00 11.15 Yun JOUR  305 1001 Media Ethics MW 10.00 11.15 Andrews JOUR  305 1002 Media Ethics TR 10.30 […]

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Patrick File takes First Amendment Champion Award, focuses on new doors open for Nevada students

On Nov. 30, Media Law Professor Patrick File and State Senator Nicole Cannizzaro received the Nevada Press Association’s First Amendment Champions Award for his support in SB420, a bill passed in to law that will start to un-blur the lines between what student journalists can and can’t be censored on. The bill that passed unanimously […]

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Journalism Students Explore What Engagement Means With Friendly Class Competition

Likes, clicks and shares – these are often seemingly nebulous numbers that strategic communications students, professionals and social media aficionados obsess over with militant efficiency. Advertising campaigns (and their creators) often live and die by these measurements. But for students learning what those numbers mean and how to use them is another story. Students in […]

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Reynolds School Podcasting Center Is Open For Business

Photos and words by Alexa Solis The Reynolds School of Journalism’s Community Podcast Center officially opened its doors Wednesday evening at The Innevation Center University of Nevada, Reno-Powered By Switch. The Podcast Center is the Reynolds School’s first ever community space where both University members and the local community can come together to share a […]

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