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.
2/11/2016 • Staff Report
New York Times bestseller guest speaker will reschedule lecture later this spring.
2/9/2016 • Yun Ku
In partnership with the Stremmel Gallery, School of the Arts holds annual fundraiser Feb. 12; donations allow for art preservation and student programming.
University hosts J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board for program’s 70th anniversary kick-off
2/9/2016 • Natalie Savidge
Fulbright Program celebrates connections that engage, empower and motivate people to create positive change in communities around the world.
2/3/2016 • Lindsay Honaker
The mural serves as the entryway to the art museum that will open in 2018
1/20/2016 • Lindsay Honaker
Open to the community, Klein will present world issues including capitalism and global warming.
12/15/2015 • Lindsay Honaker
University students earn 29 awards in the national Public Anthropology writing competition
12/14/2015 • John Trent
New MFA program looks to "collapse boundaries" for budding fiction, poetry writers
12/9/2015 • John Seelmeyer and Michael Webster
University shows multi-disciplinary strength in rapidly expanding research field.
12/8/2015 • Lindsay Honaker
Add books written by University professors, students and faculty or printed by the University Press to your wish list this year
11/23/2015 • John Seelmeyer and Jane Tors
Campus exhibits explore a series of perspectives, from historic context to contemporary art.
11/19/2015 • Lindsay Honaker
Lenz family continues to make a musical mark on the University and Reno area
11/3/2015 • John Trent and Natalie Savidge
University celebrates 40 years of Basque publishing, renames Center and library.