News From The Reynolds School of Journalism

An interview with two of the Reynolds School’s newest professors

Photo caption: Professors Laura Crosswell and Patrick File Story by RSJ Student Writer Tyler Hersko The new year is looking to be a bright time for the Reynolds School of Journalism. Several professors joined the school’s faculty during the fall semester and are using their specialized training to diversify its curriculum. Professor Laura Crosswell’s work focuses […]

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Grad student participates in Egyptian fellowship

Photo caption: Image taken from East-West: The Art of Dialogue website Story by RSJ Student Writer Tyler Hersko Reynolds School graduate student Michelle Matus was one of 10 Americans to participate in an Egyptian fellowship study earlier in the semester. The fellowship, East-West: The Art of Dialogue, is an exchange program that provides young leaders […]

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Student developed social media projects gain traction

Photo caption: Reno Revealed, featuring the iconic Reno Arch, is a student-produced social media project for JOUR 432 Story by RSJ Student Writer Tyler Hersko Student developed social media projects gain traction Several Reynolds School students have worked to chronicle Reno’s history and the stories of its citizens throughout the fall semester. The social media projects, […]

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Distinguished Writer visits Media in Modern Life class

Story by RSJ Student Writer Tyler Hersko Award-winning novelist Jess Walter was recently honored by the Reynolds School and Nevada Humanities as the 2015 Laxalt Distinguished Writer. Walter, a New York Times bestselling novelist and ex-newspaper reporter, was honored on Nov. 17 at the University of Nevada, Reno. During his time in Reno, Walter held […]

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Former student receives 2015 Alfred I. duPont Award

Story by RSJ Student Writer Tyler Hersko Former Reynolds School student Wendy Halloran was recently declared the recipient of the Columbia University 2015 Alfred I. duPont Award. The honor is given to those who have demonstrated excellence in broadcast journalism. Since graduating from the Reynolds School with minor in journalism in 1995, Halloran’s broadcast and investigative […]

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Reynolds School Profs Featured on ThisisReno

Story by RSJ Student Writer Tyler Hersko Reynolds school professors Kari Barber and Patrick File recently appeared on the ThisisReno podcast to discuss their work at the University of Nevada, Reno. ThisisReno is run by Reynold’s school graduate Bob Conrad and covers local news and events. The publication also runs a podcast that feature an […]

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Ira Glass Skypes with Reynolds School students

Photo Caption: Ira Glass poses with a group of Reynolds School students after his “Reinventing Radio” event at the Pioneer Center in Reno. Reynolds School students enjoyed two exchanges this semester with legendary broadcaster Ira Glass. Glass met with a group of RSJ students backstage after his “Reinventing Radio” presentation at the Pioneer Center in Reno […]

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RSJ lecturer named PRSSA Advisor of the Year

Donald W. Reynolds School of Journalism Lecturer and Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) Nevada Chapter faculty advisor Alison Gaulden, APR, won the prestigious 2015 PRSSA Outstanding Faculty Adviser Award. Gaulden received the award at the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) International Conference that took place in Atlanta earlier this month. Gaulden received an […]

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Hack the Gender Gap: Women’s Hackathon

Story by RSJ Student Writer Tyler Hersko Photo credit: PBS MediaShift – mediashift.org  Nine Reynolds school students got a taste of entrepreneurship during the Hack the Gender Gap: Women’s Hackathon in October. The Reynolds School of Journalism sent nine female students, Alexa Ard, Maddie Dart, Monica Gomez, Jamie Hays, Jennis Hu, Kristen Keks, Alex Mosher, Emily […]

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Students launch YES! Always

Story submitted by RSJ Strategic Communications student Rachel Felix One in five college women are sexually assaulted while in college. That’s why a group of strategic communications students from the Reynolds School of Journalism have launched an aggressive campaign encouraging students from the University of Nevada, Reno (UNR) campus to ask for consent and receive a […]

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Edward R. Murrow Program for Journalists

Story by RSJ Student Writer Tyler Hersko Reynolds school students had the opportunity to converse with a special group of international journalists last week. The guests, young French-speaking journalism professionals hailing from a variety of African nations, attended special discussions with students in professors Sheila Peuchaud and Vanessa Vancour’s classes. The visit was part of […]

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Robert Laxalt Distinguished Writer Program

New York Times best-selling author Jess Walter to be honored Tuesday, Nov. 17 Events include a conversation with Jess Walter at Sundance Books and Music, midday, and an evening lecture at the University of Nevada, Reno The University of Nevada, Reno and Donald W. Reynolds School of Journalism, in partnership with Nevada Humanities, will honor […]

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