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Owner of A.M. Engineering Named New Face of Civil Engineering

2/23/2015 • American Society of Civil Engineers Press Release
University grad wins national honor

 NAASIC at Directions 2015

Autonomous systems and Nevada economy at Directions 2015

2/10/2015 • Mike Wolterbeek
NAASIC business director Warren Rapp outlined history, state of the industry, University innovation at Directions 2015

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Tough two-span bridge still usable after severe shaking in quake engineering test

2/9/2015 • Mike Wolterbeek
Engineers have demonstrated that, even after a strong earthquake or hurricane, bridges built with innovative materials and designs are not only still standing, but usable in the aftermath of a disaster.

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College of Engineering students shine at Disney Imaginations contest finals

2/2/2015 • Mike Wolterbeek
Getting to the finals of the Walt Disney Imaginations Design Competition was a pinnacle for three University of Nevada, Reno engineering students.

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Civil engineering students ‘Shake It Off’ in award-winning parody video

12/31/2014 • Natalie Savidge
Grand-prize-winning video shows how engineers can safely design bridges and buildings.

Top 10 stories of 2014

12/29/2014 • John Trent
2014 in review: Earthquake Engineering's cool building, a student's triumph and renowned Shakespeare expertise

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University of Nevada, Reno students reach Disney Imaginations contest finals

12/22/2014 • Mike Wolterbeek
College of Engineering team designs innovative entertainment transportation experience

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New tutoring course in development at University

12/5/2014 • Annie Conway
University and Washoe County School District partner to provide STEM tutoring for high school students

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University leads multi-institution team to improve public safety communications

12/2/2014 • Staff Report
Project aims to initiate leap towards more open, participatory and pervasive sharing of the wireless spectrum

Students form chapter of American Nuclear Society

12/1/2014 • Staff Report
Newest engineering student club promotes interest in nuclear power and applications of nuclear energy

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New grants enable computer networking researcher to explore cutting-edge wireless technologies

11/24/2014 • Kirstin Swagman
Work on free-space-optical networks could hold key to alleviating RF spectrum shortage

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Northern Nevada businesses get fraud and cybercrime prevention tips in forum

10/28/2014 • Mike Wolterbeek
In a forum hosted by Sen. Harry Reid, more than 100 northern Nevada businesses heard from experts on how to protect their businesses from cyberattacks and fraud

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