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The WVU Reed College of Media's alumni magazine is produced on an annual basis for the more than 7,000 alumni and friends of the College. The magazine includes features about the College's award-winning students and faculty, programs and curriculum. In addition, the magazine features the many successful alumni who are making an impact on the media and communications industries and bringing that expertise back to their alma mater.

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For the Social Good

In fall 2020, the WVU Reed College of Media’s Public Interest Communication (PIC) Research Laboratory brought together a diverse group of experts whose work may change West Virginia’s healthcare communications landscape.

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Student Profiles

Natalie Perrin hopes to one day represent the United States at the Olympics. As the only freshman on the West Virginia University rifle team and with a pair of Junior Olympic gold medals under her belt, she’s well on her way to accomplishing that goal.

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Storytelling Across the Seas

More than 3,800 miles separate two sets of musicians. Although an ocean divides them, students in the College of Media and the University of Seville create a virtual performance of them playing together with the help of augmented reality (AR) technology.

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The Last Word with Becky Pallack

Becky Pallack is cofounder of Arizona Luminaria, a nonprofit news startup. She began working on it as a class project when she was a NewStart fellow in the College's Media Solutions and Innovation graduate degree program.

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Producing Live Television Events: Fast, Flexible, Accurate and Fair

Shott Assistant Professor Chuck Scatterday, a former ESPN producer, teaches sports production courses as part of the College of Media’s Sports and Adventure Media major. He offers and explains five basic sports production tips.

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Class Notes 2021

Browse updates on fellow alumni like Jeff Hertrick (BSJ, 1981) who joined the National Press Foundation and produced the organization’s first virtual awards celebration in February 2021 to honor journalists for their accomplishments.

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Women Beyond Bars

A two-year grant-funded project in the WVU Reed College of Media explores the causes and effects of the high incarceration rate of women in West Virginia.

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Around the College 2021

Gina Martino Dahlia was named the assistant dean of academic affairs, one of five promotions in the past year, and the College of Media welcomed a new faculty member, two advisors and a new undergraduate recruiter.

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Ryan Wagner

Student Profiles

Ryan Wagner’s path has been far from traditional – college, L.A. film internship, U.S. Army, more college, broadcast media career – but that is par for the course for someone who seeks out and attacks challenges with the gusto of a fighter in the ring.

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