The Media Center at Reynolds includes
the Communications Office and the Marketing Office
The Communications Office is a strategic partner for many different programs, people and organizations inside and outside the college. It serves many constituencies in such as Media Relations, Internal Communications, Special Events, Interactive Communications, Legislative Affairs, and Community Engagement. Contact the Communications Office at (804) 523-5229 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Marketing Office handles web design and development, publications and printing, paid advertising, graphic design, strategic marketing and brand management. We’re also pretty fun. Contact the Marketing Office at (804) 523-5231 or email@example.com.
Reynolds Student Leaders Meet
Reynolds New Leader
September 22 was a perfect end-of-summer day, and it was a Saturday. But, instead of hanging with friends, this group of students came to campus early, and they came to campus ready to work.
These students are Reynolds leaders, and this is their fall team building retreat. Even if the weather is perfect and it's a Saturday, they are all in, and they are all here. Read more about the Retreat.
Thank Goodness for Sociologists!
Sociologists look at our world, identify our human habits, trends, or issues, and like archaeologists they dig deeper. The “shovel” of their trade is research. Sociologists use formal, step-by-step research to confirm or deny their observations or questions. Unlike archaeologists, sociologists can’t just order their shovels online. Sociologists must learn and develop their research skills through education and application.
Reynolds Professor of Sociology Dr. Gayle D’Andrea knows excellent research skills are essential for the success of her students. She also knows how excellent research skills and solid data can be used to unearth our most pressing human needs and lay the groundwork for solutions and change. Read how these students learn to do research.
Meet Culinary Arts Student
She's always been interested in cooking and wants to work in different areas of the field - maybe a farm - where she can learn " . . . as much as possible about food from the very beginning of the seed . . . ." Read more about this up and coming Reynolds student who has a signature dish of Three-Cheese Lobster Mac N' Cheese.