On Wednesday, September 11, The Reynolds School welcomed Newsonomics author Ken Doctor to Studio A, our newly renovated production facility. Doctor was the first Center for Advanced Media Studies speaker to visit the School this academic year.
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Stephanie’s research examines new media and political communication. She explores how the media, politicians, and citizens use the Internet and other digital technologies for the purposes of political persuasion and discussion.
Bor earned her doctorate degree in communication from the University of Utah in 2013; master’s of arts degree in mass communications from California State University, Chico, in 2010; and a bachelor’s of arts degree in film and media studies from University of California, Santa Barbara, in 2007.
Kari Barber is a journalist and documentary filmmaker with a master’s of fine arts degree in filmmaking and electronic media from American University in Washington, D.C. and a bachelor’s of arts degree in journalism from the University of Oklahoma.
Katherine Hepworth is the new assistant professor of visual communication for The Reynolds School. She officially began her new role on Aug. 26. Hepworth earned her doctorate degree from Swinburne University of Technology in Australia. Her research focuses on the influence of design on political power.
The Reynolds School will welcome its first visitor of the academic year on Wednesday, Sept. 11. Media business expert Ken Doctor will discuss the Newsonomics of Crossover from 3 p.m. – 4 p.m. in Studio A located on the first floor of The Reynolds School. This is a free event open to the public.
Gaulden is a graduate of the class of 1992, served multiple terms as the student liaison between the PRSA Sierra Nevada Chapter and the PRSSA Theodore Conover chapter, created a training program The PR Reality Tour for graduates and transitioning journalists, advised the PRSSA board, and mentored many students as a professional partner. In 2005 she began teaching at the school as an adjunct professor for the public relations sequence courses, media writing and reporting and media ethics.
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Reynolds School undergraduate student Leonel Beas recently attended the National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ) 2013 Excellence in Journalism Conference. While there, Beas received hands-on training at the conference working with mentors who guided him through an intense news story creation process.
The summer has been fruitful for many Reynolds School professors. Donica Mensing, David Ryfe, Larry Dailey, Stephanie Bor, Kari Barber and Alan Deutschman have been hard at work presenting research papers, writing books, showing films and gaining a clearer understanding of what is happening in the world of journalism while on summer break. Read on […]
Robert Laxalt was Nevada’s most acclaimed writer in modern times; an internationally praised author for his works in the Basque culture through his own family. His classic Sweet Promised Land, the story of Robert and his sheepherder father Dominique going to the Basque County in France and Spain in search of their heritage, continues to be reprinted again and again following its 1957 debut.
Get to know Doris Sinofsky, a class of 1949 graduate. At the age of 86 she’s managed to produce an award-winning documentary on the Holocaust titled, “Never Forgotten.”