The Hank Greenspun School of Journalism and Media Studies offers an innovative and integrated approach to research and study of today’s dynamic news, marketing, public relations, and social media in traditional and digital environments
UNLV alumni tell us why they took a chance on Nevada’s budding marijuana industry.
Kevin Stoker, a media ethics expert most recently with Texas Tech University, will join the Greenspun College of Urban Affairs July 1.
Born in a refugee camp in Germany, Darakjian eventually settled in Las Vegas with her family and made her way to UNLV. Now this alum is busy promoting the high-quality graduate education offered by her alma mater.
Michael Easter, former editor of Men’s Health, is the host of a new healthy living show on KUNV radio.
Show produced by UNLV journalism students is now available on KCLV Channel 2.
The best summation of the presidential debate experience: "No one treated me like a student. For a couple of hours, I felt like a professional."
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Associate Professor, Journalism and Media Studies
Assistant Professor, Journalism and Media Studies
Social Media Sports Coordinator, Journalism and Media Studies
The Hank Greenspun School of Journalism and Media Studies offers programs at both the undergraduate and graduate level. The coursework emphasizes the integration of media forms, techniques, and approaches to prepare students for 21st century jobs in an integrated media world. The programs also capitalize on unique and exciting opportunities available in the School, at UNLV, and in Las Vegas.
UNLV-TV is a full-service media production facility housed with the Hank Greenspun School of Journalism and Media Studies on the UNLV campus. The unit supports the educational mission of the school by providing hands-on production experiences for UNLV students.
KUNV operates two HD side channels available on HD receivers, online and on mobile apps. The Rebel-HD2 is primarily managed by students under the supervision of KUNV faculty and staff. Students from across all academic disciplines have the opportunity to work for Rebel-HD2. Students hone their skills in production, reporting, social media, and radio management. The station broadcasts progressive indie rock, hip-hop and EDM (electronic dance music) programming.