Featured Events

Event Archive

h3. 2014-2015

Fall

December Graduate Open House 2014
Hack the Gender Gap: Women's Hackathon on Wearables
Celebrate WVU Homecoming 2014 with the Reed College of Media!
Join the WVU Reed College of Media for its 75th Anniversary Kick-off Celebration!

2013-2014

Fall


Future of Media – NOW! Series: Combat and Conflict: Through the Lens of the Military
Whistleblowing and the Environment: From Climate Change to the Gulf Oil Spill
Alumni & Donor Recognition Ceremony 2013
Future of Media – NOW! Series: News Corp’s Raju Narisetti – Creating the NEW News Experience
Hollow: An Interactive Documentary Screening

Spring


A Night at the Memorial
Future of Media – NOW! Series: From Beats to Tweets: Media Coverage of the Elk River Spill
May Commencement 2014

2012-2013

Fall


Mobile Main Street project launch
Tales of an AP Journalist – George Esper: A Documentary Screening
December Graduate Open House 2012

Spring


Future of Media – NOW! Series: Coding for the Future: The Rise of Hacker Journalism
High School Journalism Competition
May Commencement 2013

2011-2012

Fall


Mark Whitaker – Covering the World 24/7: CNN’s Role in a Changing Media Industry
December Graduate Open House 2011

Spring


High School Journalism Competition
The Revolution Will Be Tweeted: Social Media and Free Speech in the Middle East
May Commencement 2012

2010-2011

Fall

Donor Recognition Ceremony 2010
2010 WV Senate Debate
December Graduate Open House 2010

Spring


Academy Award Nominees Sebastian Junger and Tim Heatherington
High School Journalism Competition
Journalism Week 2011: Game Changers Under 40
May Commencement 2011

2009-2010

Fall


The Last Lawyer: A Conversation About Justice, Journalism and the Death Penalty
December Convocation 2009

Spring


CBS Correspondent Byron Pitts
High School Journalism Competition
Journalism Week 2010
May Commencement 2010

2008-2009

Fall


The Bloggers, the Campaign and the Future of Journalism
Decision 2008: Race, Politics and the Drama of Obama
December Convocation 2008

Spring


High School Journalism Competition
Journalism Week 2009: From the Sidelines to Online – The Evolution of Sports Journalism and Communication
May Commencement 2009

2007-2008

Fall


Jerry Mitchell: Tales of Justice and Redemption in the South
Margot Williams – Accessing Public Records: Learn from a NYT Expert
Ray Gillette – So You Want to Be in Advertising?
Duquesne University Shooting: A Panel Discussion Peter Arnett – The Boys of Saigon: Covering an Earlier Unpopular War
Fighting on Two Fronts: Documentary Screening
The Monongah Heroine: Documentary Screening
December Convocation 2007

Spring


Bob Dubill / USA Today editor – News Evolution: A 25-year Perspective
Journalist in Residence: J. Ford Huffman (Mar. 2008)
Jenna Fryer: AP National Sportswriter (Apr. 2008)
High School Journalism Competition
Journalism Week 2008: Digital Media and the 2008 Presidential Election
May Commencement 2008

2006-2007

Fall


Andrew Revkin – The Daily Planet: Covering Climate Change from the North Pole to the White House
Mike Luckovich – Politics in Pictures: Editorial Cartooning in an Election Year
Peter Arnett – Needed: A Much More Responsive Media

Spring


Journalism Week 2007: Beyond Convergence: The New Media Landscape
John Adams – Cavemen, Black and White Pictures and Other Glimpses of the Future
May Commencement 2007
CBS Correspondent Byron Pitts