First director named for ASU’s Center for Culture and Inclusion in Media


In a significant move towards enhancing media practices, Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication has named Chelsea Reynolds as the inaugural director of the newly established Center for Culture and Inclusion in Media. This center aims to spearhead research and initiatives that bridge the gap between academia and industry while promoting inclusive media practices and focusing on a range of critical issues such as mis/disinformation, media representation and workplace dynamics. 

Reynolds brings to this role a wealth of experience from her academic tenure at California State University, Fullerton, where she served as an associate professor of communications. Her scholarly work at CSUF focused on the representation of sexuality, gender and sexual politics in U.S. media. Reynolds has a robust academic portfolio, with numerous peer-reviewed publications in top journals and presentations at prestigious conferences, reflecting her commitment to advancing critical discourse in media studies​​.

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