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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 […]

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Grad School Alumna Story: Patricia Boueraerts, Current Marketer At Truckee Meadows Community College

With several university degrees, a undergraduate degree in Music Education from Northern Illinois University, a master’s degree in Music Performance from DePaul University, and a degree in Graphic Design from Truckee Meadows Community College, graduate alumna Patricia Bouweraerts was a great addition to the 2015 Reynolds School graduate cohort. “Achieving my master’s degree in Interactive […]

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Reynolds First Amendment Forum Recap: Yes, Free Speech Is Under Fire – But We Can Do Something About It

  In light of recent trends and public opinion shifts on press and it’s role as a news source, Media Law Professor Patrick File decided to bring two law experts, David Greene, Senior Staff Attorney and Civil Liberties Director at Electronic Frontier Foundation, and RonNell Anderson Jones, professor of law at University of Utah S.J. […]

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Reynolds Students participate in national advertising competition – gain incredible real-world skills

The National Student Advertising Competition isn’t just a competition. It’s a career-making opportunity for students. Graduates who participated in the Student Advertising competition have gone on to work at top ad agencies in the region and beyond. The journalism school has placed in the top ten for several years, and won nationally in 2003. This […]

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Not as hard as you think: Why this Reynolds School student is a double-major.

One School, Many stories: Why Dominique DiPietro says double-majoring isn’t hard at all from Reynolds School of Journalism on Vimeo. Getting one degree seems hard enough for most students. For double-major Dominique DiPietro, the idea that double-majoring is harder is a myth. She’ll be graduating with a degree in Spanish and journalism. DiPietro, a junior, […]

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What Is NPR Next Generation Radio and How To Make Your Application Stand Out

Five years ago The Reynolds School hosted the first NPR Next Generation Radio Bootcamp, a week-long intensive training program where students produce quality multi-media stories with the help of public media professionals. Since then 23 students have gone through the program and many have gone on to work in public media. This year one of […]

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Nominate Your Favorite Professor For The Semenza Award

Every year the students of the Reynolds School nominate a professor who went above and beyond for them during the school year. It’s the student’s opportunity to recognize outstanding, life changing teaching and give credit where it’s due. The nomination period is open until April 25. This award is named after Nevada Semenza Christian, one […]

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VIDEO: Reno Mayor Announces Reelection Campaign In Advanced Reporting Class

Professor Caesar Andrews invited Reno Mayor Hillary Schieve to his advanced reporting class to hold a mock press conference. She fielded questions from students about the city spending, development and affordable housing. Toward the end of the class the mayor revealed she has plans to run for reelection in 2018. “I think we have so […]

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“We can handle the truth”- Stephen Stirling on facing the hard truths in our own lives at the 53rd Annual Scripps Dinner

The Reynolds School of Journalism recently hosted the 53rd Annual Scripps Dinner, awarding three student scholarships and one internship, as well as recognizing New Jersey Advance Media Reporter Stephen Stirling as speaker for the evening. The dinner and scholarship is presented in collaboration with the Scripps Howard Foundation, as well as the Scripps family. Emily […]

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Five fellowships and internships you can apply for right now

It’s that time of year again. If you’re looking for a new opportunity, considering a career change, or looking for an in at a potential job, we’ve got a list of five fellowships and editorial internships with deadlines that haven’t passed already. The Rosalynn Carter Fellowships for Mental Health Journalism If you’re passionate about reporting […]

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Attn: Graduate Students, Coming This Summer – Communicating Innovation

This course represents a partnership between the Journalism School and the College of Engineering. It is part of the course offerings in the renewable energy graduate certificate program but it also has included MBA students who took part to better identify ways to communicate complex technological and scientific ideas and innovations. This class is designed for students in the […]

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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 […]

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