News From The Reynolds School of Journalism

One-credit, one-weekend courses offered this fall

Looking to get more hands-on journalism experience while fulfilling graduation requirements? Check out the Reynolds School’s fall 2018 one-credit late start classes. These courses cover everything from career and internship preparation, photography both on a phone and with a DSLR camera, design and visualization of mutant space plants. You can find these courses on MyNevada by […]

By Jessica Fagundes | Uncategorized

Working on Oscar and Emmy award campaigns at Netflix

Photo caption: Reynolds School alumna Liv Moore, who works on the Netflix Awards team, at a pre-Oscars party this year.  Just before graduating from the Reynolds School in May 2017, Liv Moore crashed her parent’s road-trip vacation to San Diego, seeing it as the only affordable way to get to Los Angeles. Having lined up job interviews […]

By Adrianna Owens | Alumni News . RSJ Updates

Storytelling, leadership building inspire students to create change in their communities

Reynolds School of Journalism works with Algerian Youth Leadership Program When 25 of the brightest Algerian high school students traveled more than 6,000 miles to Reno for the Algerian Youth Leadership Program (AYLP), it was a strong reminder that students around the world are connected. “Just to see the potential, to see already how skillful […]

By Jessica Fagundes | Events . Faculty News . RSJ Updates

Dr. Paromita Pain joins the Reynolds School as assistant professor of global media studies

The Reynolds School of Journalism welcomes Dr. Paromita Pain to the school’s faculty this fall as an assistant professor of global media studies. Professor Pain recently moved from Texas where she earned her Ph.D. from the University of Texas, Austin, researching implications and effects of alternative media in India. Her research focuses on global journalism […]

By Jessica Fagundes | Faculty News . RSJ Updates

Reporting for daily radio news in New York City

Photo caption: José Olivares edits audio for the daily news at WNYC’s The Takeover. Reynolds School alumnus shares his journey of getting a job at WNYC’s The Takeaway As Reynolds School of Journalism alumnus José Olivares prepared to become a bilingual broadcast journalist, reading journalism, non-fiction and history fostered his unique perspective of the world. […]

By Jessica Fagundes | Alumni News . NPR Next Generation . RSJ Updates

University of Nevada, Reno professors win national grant to launch live journalism events

Illustration by Zak Brady Reynolds School of Journalism and KUNR to share stories of Reno’s homeless population this fall Two Reynolds School of Journalism professors, Kari Barber and Nico Colombant, in partnership with KUNR, received a #LocaloreLIVE grant last month from the Association of Independents in Radio to host three live journalism events in Reno […]

By Adrianna Owens | Events . Faculty News . RSJ Updates

Reynolds School of Journalism receives national award for innovation

Online News Association honors school’s bilingual media initiatives The University of Nevada, Reno, Reynolds School of Journalism was awarded yesterday the $50,000 Grand Prize for Innovation in Journalism Education from the Online News Association (ONA). The award recognizes the best implementation of a project previously funded by ONA’s Challenge Fund. The prize honors Noticiero Móvil, a […]

By Jessica Fagundes | Grants . Noticiero Móvil . RSJ Updates

Reynolds students celebrate culture through student newsrooms and fellowships at national conferences

Karina Gonzalez and Jarrette Werk share the stories of Latino and indigenous people Last month, Reynolds students Karina Gonzalez and Jarrette Werk both attended conferences in Miami, Florida. Gonzalez was selected for the National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ) Student Project, while Werk was selected as a journalism fellow and newsroom leader with the Native […]

By Adrianna Owens | RSJ Updates . Student Projects

How to get a job in a creative field

Stan Byers, creative director of Stan Can Design, gives insight on how he started in the creative field and how students can follow in his footsteps. “I don’t hire resumes, I hire people.” The age-old phrase “it’s about who you know” rings true for Stan Byers, creative director at Stan Can Design, who hires creative […]

By Adrianna Owens | Internship & Career Advice

Finding a way back into sports communications through fundraising

Photo caption: John Coogan (left), president of the Vegas Golden Knights Foundation and Carnell “Golden Pipes” Johnson, an infamous national anthem singer at Vegas Golden Knights home games, stand with Tim Mullin. Reynolds School alumnus Tim Mullin with the Vegas Golden Knights Foundation offers career advice to students “There are only so many jobs in the […]

By Jessica Fagundes | Alumni News . RSJ Updates
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