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Lake Tahoe

“Before the Flood” climate change movie special screening Nov. 3

College of Engineering brings new documentary film to campus

Ian Buckle

Civil engineering professor receives Duke Lifeline Engineering Award

Ian Buckle received the honor for his leadership in earthquake engineering research

Bin Li

Computational methods give boost to advanced manufacturing research

Two National Science Foundation grants support work by Bin Li, assistant professor of materials science and engineering

Guillermo Aramendia in front of the Matterhorn in Switzerland

Electrical engineering graduate student wins ThinkSwiss research scholarship

Scholarship promotes international collaboration among researchers and students

Students listening to lecture in a classroom

University adds 15 new academic programs

New programs range from a minor in geography geotechnologies to graduate certificates in nuclear packaging

Eelke Folmer

Indoor navigation tool for blind individuals now available as open-source app

Navatar, developed by computer science and engineering professor Eelke Folmer, launched this month on the Android platform

University of Nevada, Reno ranked in top tier for the seventh consecutive year

University ranked “top tier” public university for seventh consecutive year by U.S. News & World Report

University earns top tier ranking and cited one of nation's fastest growing universities

whiteboard with equations

Switch EVP to talk about internet, whole-mind education and the future

College of Engineering Distinguished Lecture Series features Jason Mendenhall

NevadaFIT, Engineering, Trebuchet building

NevadaFIT: Freshman Intensive Transition boot camp begins Sunday, Aug. 21

More than 1,000 incoming freshman to participate in program designed to increase college success

Student-athlete Jordan Dobrich

Dobrich named MW Scholar-Athlete of the Year

Former Nevada standout football player, Jordan Dobrich, is the first Wolf Pack student-athlete to receive honor

2016 Douglas High Signing Day

Nevada Scholars Signing Days celebrate 8 years

The University includes 50 National Merit Scholarship Finalists and 300 Presidential Scholars - and growing

Paddlers race in canoe.

Concrete canoers take third overall in national competition

College of Engineering students at the University travelled to Texas for annual competition

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