Lynch visited Nevada as part of the 2013 Robert Laxalt Distinguished Writer Program. He will receive the Distinguished Writer award later this evening at an event sponsored by the University of Nevada, Reno and the Donald W. Reynolds School of Journalism in partnership with Nevada Humanities.
Don’t miss the First Annual Reynolds School Alumni Tailgate party! Members of the Nevada Sagebrush Chapter and our very own (and very new) Reynolds Alumni Chapter will be in attendance.
Paula Kerger, President and CEO of PBS, the Public Broadcasting Service, visited the University of Nevada, Reno Oct. 10 to speak with a dozen broadcast students about the future of public broadcasting. Afterward, students asked a variety of questions about Kerger’s experience and how she has kept PBS relevant in the public eye.
Alan Deutschman, professor and Reynolds Chair in Business Journalism, is the co-author of a special report in Vanity Fair magazine. The article takes a close a look at the innovators who are shaping media, technology, business, and culture.
This 30-minute documentary film was produced by Reynolds School graduate student Regina Revazova. It focuses on Ralph Burns, a 68-year-old Pyramid Lake Paiute elder, revered storyteller and native-language specialist, and was selected to be used as part of the publicity for Burns’ induction to the 2013 National Endowment for the Arts National Heritage Fellows.