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International relations students find success at Model United Nations competition
May 8, 2013 • By Stephany Kirby
Students represent five countries; first time in a decade all five delegates take home diplomacy awards.
Public-private-science partnerships crucial to saving Tahoe
August 9, 2012 • By Mike Wolterbeek
The 16th annual Lake Tahoe Summit again put the spotlight on what is important to protect Lake Tahoe.
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.
'Intense calm' leads to Marshall Scholarship
December 5, 2011 • By Claudene Wharton
For the first time in the scholarship’s 58-year history, a University of Nevada, Reno student, Max Alderman, has been chosen as a Marshall Scholar.
Political science professor honored with national Henry Salvatori Prize
November 8, 2011 • By Claudene Wharton
John Marini has received the Henry Salvatori Prize in the American Founding, joining past prominent recipients, including George Will and William F. Buckley.
Poly Sci students take 1st runner-up at National iOMe Challenge
February 7, 2011 • By Misha Ray
Four students from the University of Nevada, Reno were awarded first-runner-up and $2,000 in the national iOMe Challenge, a competition that challenges students across the country to demonstrate the need for individuals to maintain personal economic security through a six percent personal savings rate.
Summer, Soccer and Lifelong Memories
July 14, 2010 • By John Trent
The 2010 World Cup provided memories of a lifetime for three University of Nevada students
The politics of growth
July 29, 2009 • By Guia Del Prado
Political science graduate student Crystal Jewett interned to get a crash course in politics. She expected to learn about Washington, but learned far more about herself.