News From The Reynolds School of Journalism

Fall 2018 Special Course Spotlight: Promoting Latinas/os through the Eyes of the Media

In journalism, media and popular culture alike, cultural sensitivity has risen to the frontline over the years. From Dora the Explorer to Gabriel Garcia Marquez to Jennifer Lopez to El Stinko, there’s an underlying depiction and understanding of Latinas/os that spark much-needed conversation. The fall 2018 special course Promoting Latinas/os through the Eyes of the […]

By Adrianna Owens | RSJ Updates
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Vanessa Vancour named to ONA Mentorship Collaborative leadership team

While newsrooms have covered issues of diversity and representation for years, they still struggle with them within their own organizations. Vanessa Vancour, Reynolds School professor and editor of Noticiero Móvil, is part of a national initiative to help address these problems called the Online News Association’s Mentorship Collaborative. The goal of the collaborative is to […]

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Fall 2018 Special Course Spotlight: Human Centered Design

Human Centered Design: Designing Cross-Cultural Media Collaborations Journalism and communications wouldn’t be what it is today without those looking to make positive change in the world. The fall 2018 special course Human Centered Design: Designing Across Cross-Cultural Media Collaborations, is made specifically for students who are planning to change the way the media approaches cross-cultural […]

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Nominate Your Favorite Professor For The 2018 Semenza Teaching Award

Every year the students of the Reynolds School nominate a professor who went above and beyond for them during the school year. It’s the student’s opportunity to recognize outstanding, life changing teaching and give credit where it’s due. The nomination period is open until April 19, 2018. This award is named after Nevada Semenza Christian, […]

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Fall 2018 Special Course Spotlight: Media and Health Messaging

Communicating for a health organization can mean delivering unfortunate news to a group. Students like Karly Puccinelli practiced this skill in Laura Crosswell’s Media and Health Messaging course. “Getting up in front of a group isn’t easy,” Puccinelli said. “Getting up in front of a group to address bad news isn’t any easier. Now is […]

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Fall 2018 Special Course Spotlight: Web Design for Social Engagement

Over the years, journalism and communications has transitioned from being a primarily print medium to a corner stone of the digital landscape. While there is no shortage of discussion as to why or how this happened, professor Katherine Hepworth will help Reynolds School students get ready to take on the digital world with her fall […]

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Special Course Spotlight: Election Reporting

What students should take this class? This news studio class is for journalism students who are interested in the present and future of their city, their state and the country. Students will report on the 2018 elections from many different angles while publishing on a web platform and coming up with innovative social media strategies to […]

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How to make LinkedIn work for journalism majors

Attending networking events is always a great start for journalism students who want to meet people in the field and gain new connections, but it doesn’t have to stop there. Virtually networking is just as important, and LinkedIn should be used as a primary tool to reach out to media professionals in the community. Making […]

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Activist and digital strategist Will Yu visits Reynolds School of Journalism

Students and faculty came together last Wednesday to hear from Will Yu, a digital strategist and the activist behind the #StarringJohnCho campaign in Studio A at the Reynolds School of Journalism. Yu never envisioned becoming an activist. But when his love of movies and media led him to realize the undeniable underrepresentation of Asian-Americans at […]

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Networking tips to get your dream job

Getting your dream job may seem impossible right out of college. Especially when just getting a position you’re content with right out of college can seem like a massive obstacle to overcome. But, with the right amount of networking and getting to meet new people, getting your foot in the door at y0ur dream company […]

By Adrianna Owens | Internship & Career Advice
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Reynolds School Abroad: Professors Alan Deutschman and Todd Felts to teach specialty classes in Spain and Brazil

Studying abroad is a right passage for many students, and Reynolds School Professors Alan Deutschman, Reynolds Chair of Business Journalism, and Todd Felts, assistant professor of Strategic Communication, will be teaching special summer session courses in 2018. Deutschman will be teaching a Food Writing and Photography course in San Sebastián, Spain, and Felts will be […]

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