Building up our Community
Six current or planned construction projects to be completed over the next five years are anticipated to total more than $167 million in project costs between planning, design and implementation. They will have a significant economic impact in our community
and will create hundreds of construction jobs. Learn more about campus construction.
DxDiscovery, a biotechnology corporation based on the University campus, was launched by the work of two University of Nevada School of Medicine researchers. Tom Kozel and David AuCoin, received a $600,000 grant from the National Institutes of Health’s Small Business Technology Transfer program to start the company.
Learn more about DxDiscovery.
Smart City/Smart Region
The University is a partner with the City of Reno in IBM’s prestigious “Smarter Cities” grant program to create ways for the community to enhance knowledge-based economic expansion.
Learn more about the Smarter Cities Challenge.