For students finishing their bachelor’s degree or working professionals wanting to expand their skill set, the Reed College of Media offers a variety of academic programs — from graduate certificates to full master’s degree programs.
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Students, faculty and the College's fall semester Innovators-in-Residence get their feet wet with a new sensor journalism project. Students working on the “StreamLab” reporting project are conducting research using sensors and proximity beacons to report on and increase public engagement around contaminated water issues in West Virginia.Learn more about the project
Graduate student Tyler Channell is a freelance videographer. As a student, he has already amassed quite a body of work — including a music video and a short film. Check out his work online.
Journalism junior Hilary Kinney spent a semester studying abroad in Cochabamba, Bolivia, and chronicled the journey in her blog, "From Appalachia to the Andes." Check out her work online.
WVU Reed College of Media Shott Chair of Journalism Lois Raimondo will display photographs from Afghanistan, Pakistan and Tibet at Wise Library throughout fall 2015. The three-part exhibition will explore issues of human resilience in war, religious persecution and beauty in spite of tragedy.Learn More
Having hands-on or professional experience is crucial to being competitive in today’s job market. Eric Minor, our director of student careers and opportunities, manages a student-centric hub for the College’s career development resources.