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The WVU Reed College of Media published a monthly e-newsletter and annual magazine.

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Students gain career experience through enhancement fund

Kasey Lettrich and Chancellor Pickens, both rising seniors at the WVU Reed College of Media, are gaining valuable career experience this summer through internships. Lettrich, a journalism major, is interning with the New York University Summer Publishing Institute. Pickens, a sports and adventure media major, is a photography intern for the West Virginia Black Bears, a collegiate summer baseball team in the MLB Draft League.

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New faces in new leadership roles

The WVU Reed College of Media welcomes new faculty member Joseph Jones and announces the promotions of Gina Martino-Dahlia and Emily Corio into college leadership positions. Additionally, senior advisor Emily Roush will lead the College’s data acquisition and analysis around recruitment, retention and graduation.

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Third time's a charm

In December, Natalie Kraft expects to become the first graduate of West Virginia University’s new fully online bachelor’s degree in Integrated Marketing Communications, and the student from New Hartford, New York, is confident in her career choice.

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Faculty and Staff Feats

Spring Honors

Our faculty are experts in emerging media technologies, mis- and disinformation, community news, public interest communications, community branding, interactive design, broadcast news, media ethics, crisis communication and so much more. Their work is frequently published in top journals and they are invited to speak at international conferences.

Here are some of their feats.

College of Media Magazine

College of Media Magazine

Coronavirus has had an impact on nearly everyone around the world, uprooting life and work. College of Media students faced a move to online classes, unexpected departures from Morgantown, interrupted sports seasons and, as journalists and communicators, a call to continue the essential work of reporting while keeping themselves and others safe. And in these struggles, we’ve seen resilience.

Read the 2020 Magazine here

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