News From The Reynolds School of Journalism

From Reno to Vanity Fair: One Reynolds School grad’s journey from local news to major publication

Every workday Reynolds School alumna and Reno native Sarah Shoen goes to her job as an editorial assistant at Vanity Fair on the 41st floor of the new World Trade Center in New York City. “I’m mostly in charge of making sure the head editors of are where they need to be. I organize […]

By @rsjstaff | Alumni News

2017 Student Projects: Interning at Walker Basin Conservancy

Reynolds School Senior Caroline Ackerman is dedicating her summer to Walker Basin Conservancy (WBC) as an intern. As someone who is interested in working for non-profit organizations in the future, Ackerman finds her time at WBC invaluable. She answered a few questions to give us a picturing of her summer. Q: What inspired you to […]

By Adrianna Owens | Internship & Career Advice

Now Hiring: Communication and Marketing Assistant, PT

The Reynolds School of Journalism seeks an entry-level part-time communications assistant to help with social media campaigns, live events and website maintenance. This position reports to the Reynolds School’s Communication Specialist and would be between 20 to 25 hours per week. Some nights and weekends will be required. Responsibilities include: Developing engaging social media content to […]


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 […]

By Adrianna Owens | Student Projects

Regional journalists gather at the Reynolds School for a digital storytelling workshop

From an exhaustive list of cutting edge digital storytelling tools to a in-depth look at how we can break out of our bubbles and see things from other people’s perspectives, the Online News Association’s Digital Storytelling Workshop gave regional journalists a chance to network and pick up new skills. The event took place all day […]

By @rsjstaff | Events

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 […]


2017 Student Projects: interning at Stan Can Design

Reynolds School student, Miguel Arucan, took an internship at Stan Can Design this summer. He says Reynolds School professors helped him notice his passion for visual storytelling, and he’s now working toward developing skills to move his career forward. Before interning at Stan Can Design he had an eye for design and would often design […]

By Adrianna Owens | Internship & Career Advice

2017 Student Projects: starting a sports podcast

Reynolds School student, Johnathan Macaluso, hopes to land a job in sports broadcasting, so he started his own sports podcast last year. The podcast is recorded weekly at the Reynolds School, where he can explore his future career goals in student-accessible recording rooms. Get to know a little bit more about Sportscast Weekly from this […]

By Adrianna Owens | Uncategorized

Looking back at Spring 2017: Dean Baquet, Chatbot Hackathon, award-winning documentaries and more!

Spring 2017 was an eventful semester at the Reynolds School. Let’s have a look at the accomplishments of our faculty and students. New York Times Executive Editor Dean Baquet visited us in February, drawing big crowds on campus and downtown for inspiring conversation about the state of journalism, more important than ever. Assistant Professor Patrick […]

By @rsjstaff | RSJ Updates

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 […]

By @rsjstaff | RSJ Updates . Student Projects

“It’s the ideal job.” How the Reynolds School prepared this graduate for her dream job.

Amanda White works from remote white-sand beaches and boats in the open sea, where she travels alongside scuba divers and conservationists. When not filming dive missions, or diving herself, she’s writing press releases, blog posts and social media from locations all around the world for a cause she believes in. White has her dream job, […]

By @rsjstaff | Uncategorized
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