Students from WVU visited Hong Kong, mainland China and Seoul, South Korea in June 2017. Along the way, they completed a high-profile internship, visited international agencies in each city, and experienced three extremely different and diverse cultures.
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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The Media Innovation Center provides space, technology, curriculum and culture for building a highly collaborative community of entrepreneurs and problem solvers. The programs are designed to work closely with industry and community partners to tackle the challenges presented in Our Driving Question and to incubate a next generation of media change agents. Learn more about the Media Innovation Center
New immigration policies, police shootings and the white supremacy movement have media professionals facing a host of new challenges. The immediacy of social media has added extra pressure by giving journalists a limited window of time to cover these complex issues. The WVU Reed College of Media will examine this subject in a moderated panel discussion, “Diversity Matters: Ensuring Multiple Voices Count in the Media Narrative.” The panel will include print and broadcast journalists from diverse backgrounds who will share their experiences and advice about covering sensitive issues in an era of growing intolerance and fear.
The College of Media student experience is about more than just what's learned in the classroom. It's about taking those lessons, creating new ideas and forging your own path to success. Get involved today!
Integrated Marketing Communications (IMC) graduate student Caroline Peters (BSJ, 2016) was a correspondent and host for the National Scout Jamboree held in southern West Virginia this summer. Read the blog post about her experience.
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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.Follow @EricMinorWVU Career Development