Student Projects

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 […]

By Adrianna Owens | Faculty News . RSJ Updates . Student Projects
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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 […]

By Alexa Solis | RSJ Updates . Student Projects
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Journalism grad Dylan Silver gets funding for his underwater photography project from the InNEVenture Fund

As a graduate student in the Reynolds School of Journalism, Dylan Silver launched Tahoe Clarity, a fine arts photography business with an environmental mission, supported by an InNEVenture Fund investment.

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Algerian students work with Reynolds School professors through leadership program

Combining young students from Algeria with Reynolds School professors and students for two weeks during August is a tremendous learning experience. Professors worked with students to document their experiences and to take a look at what it means to “act in the world and not on the world.” The Algeria Youth Leadership Program is a […]

By Adrianna Owens | RSJ Updates . Student Projects . Uncategorized
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2017 Student Projects: interning at World Series of Poker

Kayla Reyes, a senior at the University, after searching for internships in the beginning of the year, found an opportunity that encompasses many of her passions. Interning for the World Series of Poker, she gets the chance to help plan events, take photos and videos, create social media content and work on their website. Continue […]

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2017 Student Projects: Interning at Port City Marketing Solutions

A senior at the Reynolds School, Hannah Fathi, is doing a summer internship in her hometown of Stockton, California. The Stockton-based company, Port City Marketing Solutions, is allowing her to explore her future career path as well as be featured in a radio commercial. Here’s a Q&A with this budding strategic communicator. Q: What was […]

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Reynolds School Student Receives Columbia Scholarship To Attend Native American Journalist Association Conference

Reynolds School student Jarrette Werk received the Columbia fellowship to attend the Native American Journalist Association this fall. Werk is a Native American student and after hearing a guest lecture from writer Tristan Ahtone and meeting the active Native American journalist, Werk began to get more involved with NAJA. Werk says he’s looking forward to […]

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Reynolds team gets Honorable Mention in national advertising competition

From right to left: Todd Felts, Madison Spiegel, Sierra Taylor-Cline, Hayley Hanger, Madeline Potts, Don Butterfield, the 2017 PRSSA Bateman Case Study Team. A team of Reynolds School strategic communications students recently received an honorable mention for their work for the Bateman Case Study Competition, placing in the top 15 out of 75 schools nationwide. […]

By Krysta Scripter | Student Projects
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“Wolf Pack Relations” prepares students to be public relations professionals, by treating them like PR pros

What is Wolf Pack Relations? from Reynolds School of Journalism on Vimeo. The Reynolds School of Journalism’s very own public relations firm works with clients in the community, hosts conferences, and gives students an opportunity to not only see a working firm in action, but to run it themselves. “Wolf Pack Relations is a student-run […]

By Krysta Scripter | Student Projects
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Tough class? Want to get published? Need help editing? The Reynolds Media Lab is here for you.

Jose Olivares-Sefchick sits inside the news studio at the Reynolds School, tapping away at his laptop. On the other side of the room, a freshman is working on an audio assignment at a computer. She asks Olivares-Sefchick to read her script before she goes into the recording studio. He offers advice, helps her tighten up […]

By Krysta Scripter | RSJ Updates . Student Projects
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Media Pro Tips: ThisisReno Fills Gaps and Keeps Growing

ThisisReno, tagline “Reno’s Online News & Events Source”, was founded in 2009 to, according to its own about us description, “fill the gaps left by downsized newsrooms.” In the first in a series of Media Pro Tips, the Reynolds SandBox caught up with ThisisReno “editor / publisher / housekeeper” Bob Conrad to find out how […]

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