While traditional journalism jobs have been diminishing in the age of the "new media," today's journalism students are still passionate and interested in careers in media, according to Caesar Andrews, the Leonard Distinguished Professor in Ethics and Writing at the Reynolds School of Journalism at the University of Nevada, Reno. "In some regards the way they define media may be quite different from the way I would have as a student x number of years ago," Andrews said.
The University of Nevada, Reno spring semester has begun with a record enrollment of more than 19,000 students on campus. More recognized scholars and growing diversity among the university's students continue recent years' student population trends. University President Marc Johnson and Student Services Vice President Shannon Ellis appeared on KUNR's Beyond the Headlines to talk about diversity and expectations for these students and the activities that welcome them to campus. (Interviewed by David Stipech; air date: 8/29/14)
As the fall semester gets underway at the University of Nevada, Reno, the Reynolds School of Journalism has a new asset: Mignon Fogarty. Widely known as Grammar Girl and the founder of Quick and Dirty Tips podcasts, she's now the new Reynolds Chair for Media Entrepreneurship.
On this edition of Reynolds School Media Watch, Journalism School Dean Al Stavitsky discusses Gannett Company's decision to separate its newspaper business from other media properties. This reflects the industry trends of newspaper divestiture by media companies to focus on new media in the digital age.
Interviewed by David Stipech as part of the KUNR's news magazine, Beyond the Headlines. Air date: 8-8-14.
Beyond the Headlines airs Fridays at 2 pm on 88.7 KUNR.
Sometimes it's evident, but often it may be less visible. Yet it is becoming increasingly clear that the University of Nevada, Reno is essential to and intertwined with economic development efforts and programs throughout our region and the Silver State.
On KUNR's Beyond the Headlines, President Marc Johnson discussed the university's vital and growing collaborations and initiatives aimed at boosting area economic growth and diversity.
President Johnson discussed recent initiatives that exemplify the university’s commitment, including:
Six select students of the Reynolds School of Journalism at the University of Nevada, Reno, recently spent an intensive week honing their public radio skills. NPR's Next Generation "Boot Camp" provides the students with an opportunity to work one-on-one with professionals from NPR and public radio stations around the country to develop multimedia content. Students were selected through an application process.
How did you spend your summer vacation? Likely not immersed in statistics on the University of Nevada, Reno campus. Unless you were one of 10 students from across the country selected to attend a newly added program promoting careers and advanced degrees in statistics.
It's called Research for Undergraduates Summer Institute of Statistics at the University of Nevada, Reno or RUSIS@UNR.
Broadcast 7-11-14 -- Although graduate students represent about one sixth of the total enrollment, graduate programs are vital to the success in research and academics at the University of Nevada, Reno. University Provost Kevin Carman and Graduate School Dean David Zeh discuss the initiatives and plans for graduate programs with David Stipech for KUNR's Beyond the Headlines.
For more information about the University of Nevada, Reno's graduate programs, click here or visit unr.edu/grad.