College of Liberal Arts News
The College of Liberal Arts cultivates an environment of learning and discovery. Many professors and students are recognizing for their scholarly and creative endeavors.
12/29/2014 • John Trent
2014 in review: Earthquake Engineering's cool building, a student's triumph and renowned Shakespeare expertise
12/19/2014 • Captain Patrick Beaudry
Students devote study, training and volunteering to become leaders of the future.
12/16/2014 • Staff Report
Nevada Chamber Music Festival, Dec. 26-31, spotlights renowned musicians including SOTA faculty members.
12/15/2014 • Natalie Savidge
New functional MRI technology studies human brain function, aims to understand how the brain works.
12/10/2014 • Natalie Savidge
Eric Rasmussen’s experience and knowledge takes him from teaching to researching, validating and curating – all for the love of Shakespeare.
12/5/2014 • Natalie Savidge
University of Nevada, Reno Professor Emma Sepulveda to serve on Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board.
12/3/2014 • Annie Conway
Books highlighting the history and culture of Nevada available at Nevada Wolf Shop and local bookstores
11/7/2014 • Staff Report
Winner of $5,000 scholarship to be determined by social media vote
11/4/2014 • Annie Conway
University’s history department hosts symposium on campus Nov. 6 and 7
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
10/22/2014 • Staff Report
Deisseroth will speak about the incredible new ways he has developed to study the brain in a free lecture at 7 p.m., Oct. 23
10/21/2014 • Staff Report
Melodrama production, history conference highlight a year-long series of University events and activities commemorating Nevada’s sesquicentennial.