12/18/2014 - By: Staff ReportMeghan Ezekiel brings positive, highly capable approach to Scheduling Services
12/17/2014 - By: Tiffany KozsanJanuary is National Radon Action Month, andCooperative Extension’s Radon Education Program is offering educational presentations at various locations across the state.
12/17/2014 - By: Annie ConwayTeam uses LiDAR and photogrammetry technology to create 3D scans of Ichthyosaur fossils
12/17/2014 - By: Walanya VongsviratesUniversity startups seek to advance Bluetooth technology, Burning Man preparedness, indoor navigation systems and drones.
12/17/2014 - By: Anne McMillinThree free clinics in January to start off the New Year.
12/16/2014 - By: Tiffany KozsanCooperative Extension; the College of Agriculture, Biotechnology and Natural Resources; the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Risk Management Agency; and other local sponsors will host the 2015 Cattlemen’s Update at locations across Nevada with daily educational programs.
12/16/2014 - By: Staff ReportNevada Chamber Music Festival, Dec. 26-31, spotlights renowned musicians including SOTA faculty members.
12/15/2014 - By: Natalie SavidgeNew functional MRI technology studies human brain function, aims to understand how the brain works.
12/12/2014 - By: Annie ConwayNutrition students learn to measure body composition in new Human Nutrition Assessment Lab
12/11/2014 - By: Anne McMillin, APRThe endowed chair provides distinguished scholars the opportunity to advance their research, teaching and public service.
12/11/2014 - By: Staff ReportsPrizes for effort distributed Dec. 4
12/11/2014 - By: David PerezStudents conducted informational sessions, provided information on how to read nutrition labels.
12/11/2014 - By: Anne McMillinMove provides more clinical space to see patients.
12/10/2014 - By: John TrentImplementation phase now begins for ambitious plan
12/10/2014 - By: Walanya VongsviratesThe University’s Department of History captures the personal stories of student veterans.
12/10/2014 - By: Natalie SavidgeEric Rasmussen’s experience and knowledge takes him from teaching to researching, validating and curating – all for the love of Shakespeare.
12/9/2014 - By: Nicole ShearerWhite Pine Residence Hall to close after spring semester, E.L. Wiegand Fitness Center set to break ground in late spring and architectural bids are out for a new engineering building.
12/8/2014 - By: Chad HartleyWolf Pack will face Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns on ESPN Dec. 20.
12/8/2014 - By: Mike WolterbeekSuccess of fire cameras at Lake Tahoe has prompted the Nevada Seismological Laboratory to pursue funding to build out its fire camera network that rings the lake.
12/8/2014 - By: Nicole ShearerNearly 1,500 degrees and certificates awarded during the University of Nevada, Reno’s 2014 Winter Commencement.
12/8/2014 - By: Jane Tors10-year planning road map envisions future facilities and character of the University campus neighborhood.
12/5/2014 - By: Annie ConwayUniversity and Washoe County School District partner to provide STEM tutoring for high school students
12/5/2014 - By: Chad HartleyConstruction to begin a year from now.
12/5/2014 - By: Susan HillAgreements to start School’s build-out to full four years in Reno and significantly address physician shortage across Nevada.
12/5/2014 - By: Natalie SavidgeUniversity of Nevada, Reno Professor Emma Sepulveda to serve on Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board.