After more than a year of of learning entirely or partially online, College of Media students returned to Martin Hall and the Media Innovation Center. Take a look at their first week back on campus.
Students in Bob Britten's Editing and Curation class will spend the semester learning how to edit and design content for online and print media outlets. Through a partnership with Politifact, Lou Jacobson, a senior correspondent at the news organization, will join the class at the Media Innovation Center for a fact-checking project. Photo by Sean Hines, WVU Photo.
Chuck Scatterday joined the faculty at the Reed College of Media in 2020, bringing more than 30 years of television production experience with organizations like ESPN and WV Illustrated to the classroom. Students in his Sports and Adventure Media Video Storytelling class, shown here in the Alexis and Jim Pugh Media Innovation Lab at Martin Hall, will have the opportunity to work with WVU Athletics and ESPN+. Photo by Scott Lituchy, WVU Photo.
College of Media freshman Andrew Wilkie pauses for a photo in his dorm room. In his first year on campus, Wilkie is already working as a digital media creative intern for WVU Sports.
Omega, the Reed College of Media's therapy dog, is in her element with students back in Martin Hall.
Students traverse the Downtown Campus on the first day fall semester classes. Photo by Brian Persinger, WVU Photo.