News From The Reynolds School of Journalism

Spring class of 2018 rings in commencement with grad reception, words of wisdom

The University of Nevada, Reno’s spring class of 2018 made the transition from college students to alumni over the weekend. Of the 3,137 degrees conferred by the University, 94 were graduates of the Reynolds School of Journalism. While the Reynolds School’s commencement ceremony took place on Saturday morning, the celebrations began on Friday with the […]

By Alexa Solis | Events . RSJ Updates

Reynolds School professors give advice on many stages of the post-graduation job search

It’s that time of year. You are out on the Quad taking photos in your commencement regalia, reserving tables at restaurants for your graduation celebrations, greeting your families at the airport and eagerly awaiting Saturday so you can finally call yourselves Reynolds School graduates. With commencement right around the corner, you may have started the […]


Journalism, business students create winning campaign by keeping it real

University students team up to win district integrated marketing communications competition Let’s be real. The phrase is a calling card for a generation that wants authenticity, and it’s the tagline that helped the University of Nevada, Reno’s Integrated Marketing Communications (IMC) team win the district competition of the National Student Advertising Competition in April 2018. […]

By Alexa Solis | RSJ Updates . Student Projects

Student-professor comedic banter turns into podcast highlighting media

“I would say the moment we knew that we should start a podcast, we were in the Reynolds School,” Reynolds School Professor Benjamin Birkinbine said. “We got in to this discussion and I got really upset, and I said ‘you have no heart’ and just walked out. So, what do you do? You start a […]

By Adrianna Owens | Faculty News . RSJ Updates . Student Projects

Reynolds School alumnus receives highest award given to public university educators

Will Sites, a graduate of the Reynolds School graduate program, awarded the Missouri Governor’s Award for Excellence in Education Will Sites, an assistant professor of journalism at Lincoln University, studies and teaches a lot of subjects: drone journalism, media convergence, disruptive innovation, media law and website usability. Sites, a graduate of the Reynolds School of […]

By Alexa Solis | Uncategorized

Natalie Van Hoozer named Spring 2018 Senior Scholar

When Natalie Van Hoozer came to the University of Nevada, Reno in 2014, she knew that she wanted to make a difference. Four years later Van Hoozer is getting ready to graduate and she can say that she’s one step closer to her ultimate goal. Van Hoozer, who is graduating with a major in both […]


2018 Savitt Awards Banquet honors scholarship recipients, outstanding students

Every year, Reynolds School students, faculty and staff come together to celebrate the accomplishments of students and faculty at the annual Savitt Awards Banquet. And this year’s event was a night to remember, with many laughs and some sage words of wisdom. As attendees settled into their seats, Dean Al Stavitsky opened the event thanking […]

By Alexa Solis | Events . Scholarships

Reynolds School alumni give tips to become a successful freelancer

While Reynolds School grads take on different careers from broadcast and print journalism to web design, graphic design, public relations and more, many share a similar side job –  freelancing. Since getting started as a freelancer can be challenging, we sat down with three Reynolds School alumni to get their advice on how students can […]

By Adrianna Owens | Alumni News . Internship & Career Advice

Can they do that? Second Annual First Amendment Forum seeks answers

Legal experts Lucy Dalglish and Trevor Timm analyze historical and legal context of press freedoms For the second consecutive year, Reynolds School of Journalism faculty, students and community members gathered together to discuss growing concerns around press freedoms and First Amendment rights in an increasingly unsettled political landscape. Wednesday’s First Amendment Forum entitled, “Can they […]

By Alexa Solis | Events

Fall 2018 special courses overview: A guide to next semester’s offerings

Each semester, the faculty at the Reynolds School develop special electives for upper division students that want to innovate the way they look at media. This semester is no different with course offerings that focus on web design, documentary film making, design thinking applied to media production and a myriad of other topics. Learn more […]

By Alexa Solis | Registration

Reynolds School seniors host event, empower young women in media

For many, the media serves as a voice for the people, a foundation for political understanding and a reliable source of information. With media professionals attending to such a massive portion of the public, it came as a surprise to two Reynolds School seniors that there weren’t many resources for women in media to be […]

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