Faculty | University of Nevada, Reno
2017 Nevada Regents’ Researcher Award recognizes the contributions of CABNR Foundation Professor John Cushman
"Since we have programs and internships for college journalism students, making an impact on high school students seemed like a great opportunity to prepare the next generation of public radio journalists and storytellers," David Stipech, general manager at KUNR, said.
Reno Jazz Festival to impact traffic on and around campus
The 2017 Reno Jazz Festival hosts three days of concerts, clinics, competitions and superstars; it’s nonstop jazz! With approximately 11,000 attendees, there may be a significant impact to campus pedestrial and traffic flow Thursday through Saturday, April 27-29. More information, tickets and schedules can be found at www.unr.edu/RJF, by calling 775-784-4278, or emailing email@example.com.
Road Closure for Great Basin Hall Construction
The campus access road south of the Virginia Street Gym will close temporarily, Tuesday, April 25 from 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m., to accommodate construction activity required for the Great Basin Hall project. Access to campus at this location will be closed to all traffic, including pedestrians, during the affected time. Alternate vehicle access for the Silver 5 parking lot will be available through the Brian Whalen Parking Complex. ADA parking will be available in the Brian Whalen Parking Complex. Thank you for your patience as the University continues work on Great Basin Hall. For more information, contact Project Manager Scot Orchard at 775-682-7189 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lane Reduction Notice (Private Developer Project)
A private developer is building an off-campus apartment complex on North Virginia Street across from the Lawlor Events Center. Water line connection work will temporarily close lanes on North Virginia Street between 15th Street and 16th Streets, limiting and altering traffic flow from 7 a.m., Monday, April 17 through 6 p.m., Friday, April 21.
University's Mariah Evans and fellow researchers conclude early morning classes are less conducive to learning. NPR reports 'Down With 8 A.M. Classes: Undergrads Learn Better Later In The Day'...Read Story on NPR.org