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Folmer earns competitive Google Research Award
August 23, 2013 • Staff Report
Computer Science and Engineering professor's project one of only three cited in official announcement of award
Albright's research applicable to piecing together Tahoe's big picture
August 12, 2013 • By Deanna Hearn
Geography professor Tom Albright brings broad scale data approach to his work.
Profiles in Tahoe research: University graduates help bring Tahoe to the people
August 9, 2013 • By Deanna Hearn
Will Richardson and Kirk Hardie, University graduates, advance wonders of Lake Tahoe through education.
Profiles in Tahoe research: Laurel Saito
August 7, 2013 • By Deanna Hearn
Director of hydrologic sciences program excited about water, ecology offerings at University.
Students bring inspiration to village
February 26, 2013 • By John Trent
University students help build latrines, bring hope to Panamanian village.
Psychology students receive recognition and support from national associations
February 1, 2013 • By Stephany Kirby
Two doctoral psychology students in the College of Liberal Arts have received recognition and financial assistance for their education and research in the field.
Graduate student wins Reno Chamber Orchestra College Concerto Competition
January 25, 2013 • By Natalie Savidge
Kayleigh Miller performs as featured soloist this Saturday and Sunday at Nightingale Concert Hall.
Executive Mentorship Program offers students a glimpse into corporate business
November 21, 2012 • By Stephany Kirby
Farahida Jamaluddin and Robert Reed, two graduate-level accounting majors, were selected to participate in the first University of Nevada, Reno Executive Mentorship Program.
Engineering grad students bring energy research into K-12 classrooms
November 6, 2012 • By Mike Wolterbeek
Doctoral students gain valuable classroom experience in NSF sponsored GK-12 STEM program
New semester kicks off with the Sontag Entrepreneurship Award Competition
January 23, 2012 • By Claudene Wharton
For the first time, students will have the opportunity to enter the Sontag Entrepreneurship Award Competition, which comes with a prize of about $50,000.
Renewable energy, public policy graduate certificate offered to professionals
January 6, 2012 • By Mike Wolterbeek
An online graduate certificate in renewable energy to study the policies and practices in the diverse fields of renewable energy begins in the spring 2012 semester.
Part-time MBA Program Skyrockets to Fourth in Nation
November 14, 2011 • By Claudene Wharton
The Part-time MBA Program in the College of Business has been ranked number four in the country in BusinessWeek’s 2011 Top Part-Time MBA Programs report.
Pathway to success
October 25, 2011 • By Anne McMillin
The innovative 'BS-MD' program offers a seven-year accelerated pathway for motivated, mature high school seniors looking for a career in medicine.
MBA program makes Princeton Review’s “Best” list – fourth time
October 24, 2011 • By Claudene Wharton
The Princeton Review has recognized the excellence of the College of Business and its MBA Program in its Best Business Schools guidebook.
Trucks and curved bridge rock and roll in engineering lab
September 27, 2011 • By Mike Wolterbeek
Six full-size pickup trucks took a wild ride on a 145-foot-long, 16-foot-high steel bridge in earthquake engineering experiments.
International teachers to attend University for in-class training
September 23, 2011 • By Tiffany Moore
International teachers from 11 countries will be hosted by the University for professional development sessions through the Teaching Excellence Achievement program.
University climbs in U.S. News & World Report
September 13, 2011 • By Jane Tors
The University of Nevada, Reno continued its upward momentum in the latest version of the U.S. News & World Report rankings.
University of Nevada, Reno ranked among the world’s top 500
August 30, 2011 • By Jane Tors
2011 Academic Ranking of World Universities recognizes quality of education, faculty and research; University of Nevada, Reno ranked among top 500.
Master of Public Health Program earns accreditation
August 16, 2011 • By Claudene Wharton
The Master of Public Health Program in the School of Community Health Sciences has received notification of accreditation by the Council of Education for Public Health
Courtney Bell strives to be the Wizard of Oz of helping people
July 20, 2011 • By Tiffany Moore
Nevada alum Courtney Bell helps people succeed, volunteering as the executive director of the People First Foundation, which he founded.
65-year-old student to ride bicycle 545 miles for HIV/AIDS
May 4, 2011 • By Jason Ching
Isn’t 65 when life is supposed to slow down? Not for Dove Zugarramurdi. The 65-year-old social work graduate student is preparing to embark on a 545-mile bicycle ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles as part of the AIDS LifeCycle Ride.
Strong showing for grad programs in US News rankings
March 23, 2011 • By Jane Tors
The University achieved a strong showing in the annual rankings of the best graduate programs issued this week by U.S. News and World Report.
Nevada megafish researcher in Nat Geo Magazine
February 24, 2011 • By Carolina Chacon
Zeb Hogan swims with the fishes and lives to write about it. In the March 2011 issue of National Geographic, the University of Nevada, Reno researcher and assistant professor is pictured swimming with a man-eating catfish and describes swimming underwater with a 400-pound Mekong giant catfish in one of his many adventures in the rivers of a dozen countries around the world.
Tech Transfer Office streamlines system to generate business
January 28, 2011 • By Mike Wolterbeek
A new streamlined system to enable University of Nevada, Reno and DRI faculty to begin start-up companies based on their research and development, and to seek entrepreneurial partners from the business community to encourage economic development, has been put in place by the institutions’ Technology Transfer Office.
Persistence is everything
November 20, 2008 • By John Trent
Med school professor tells students that smarts and skills are nothing without the determination to succeed.
Read named Interim VP for Research, Dean of Graduate School
July 29, 2008 • By John Trent
Marsha Read, a longtime University of Nevada, Reno faculty member and administrator, has been named Interim Vice President for Research and Dean of the Graduate School, University President Milton Glick announced
Henning creating a map to aid in future campus growth
June 27, 2008 • By Guia Del Prado
A graduate student in the Environmental Sciences Interdisciplinary Graduate Program recently started work on a program that will measure the campus’ buildings, parking lots and sidewalks effects on the natural water cycle.