Public Relations is a rapidly changing, expanding industry. With the advent of the internet, social media, influencers, 24-hour news cycles, fake news, constantly evolving technologies and more, PR is constantly being redefined. Along with this constant evolution, young PR professionals are expected to enter the industry with new strategies and tactics for a new […]
Join us for an evening looking at the intersection of technology and journalism with technologist, artist and author An Xiao Mina. An leads the product team at Meedan, a platform for verifying news in real time and translation of social media content. Meedan’s products support work for a number of outlets, including Bellingcat, WITNESS and […]
DESCRIPTION Weekend Hackathon Puts Focus on Bots & Chatbots MediaShift is producing our fourth annual Journalism School Hackathon on the weekend of February 24-26, 2017, co-produced by the Reynolds School of Journalism and Center for Advanced Media Studies at the University of Nevada-Reno. We’re convening a group of top students (graduates and undergraduates), faculty and […]
AIGA Reno Tahoe and UNR Ad Club are partnering up to bring a private screening of Design Disruptors, a documentary on businesses that shake industries by using design in innovative ways. Doors open at 7 pm at the Joe Crowley Student Union. The film starts at 7:30. The event is cosponsored by the Student Ad Club […]
Help us celebrate Noticiero Movil’s new bilingual magazine, Somos Nevada! Connecting with each other is key to empowerment and knowledge. It was that realization that drove our bilingual media project. It’s also what inspired our new publication. You are cordially invited to a private reception at Sierra Arts to celebrate this effort and honor our diverse […]
Knowing how to act ethically as PR professionals is very important. Any student can benefit from practicing with ethical situations. Join PRSSA as professionals from the Reno community lead us through ethical scenarios, and together we will find solutions. Don’t miss out on this important session!
Join us for a public forum exploring the status of media, conflicts over First Amendment practices, with New York Times executive editor Dean Baquet. Baquet will reflect on newsroom leadership and how The New York Times is positioning itself during this era of unbridled social media, audience discontent and uncertain financial support for robust news-gathering. The conversation will address what this all means for the next generation of journalists and for consumers who crave reliable, credible content.
Want to get involved? Find out about RSJ student clubs and student media on campus in one place at one time. The Nevada Sagebrush, Wolf Pack Radio, Insight magazine, ONA, PRSSA Nevada, the Ad club, Wolf Pack What, Wolf Pack Agency, Reynolds Media — everyone will be there to share. Drop by anytime between noon […]
The Reynolds School of Journalism cordially invites members of the Fall 2016 graduating class to a graduation reception at the School on Friday, Dec. 9 from 2:30 p.m – 4 p.m. Attendees are asked to bring their cap and gown for a group graduation photo that will be taken at 3:15 p.m. Graduates will be […]
(Photo courtesy of Where the Frogs Will Go) Professor Kari Barber‘s documentary film class is having its end-of-the-semester documentary film festival Thursday, Dec 8 at 5:30 p.m. at The Basement Reno, 50 S. Virginia Street. Five teams will be showing their films: Where the Frogs Will Go: The final days of Bev’s Miners Club Luka […]