Cooperative Extension’s Nevada Naturalist hosts inaugural statewide conference

8/29/2014 - By: Tiffany Kozsan

Cooperative Extension invites residents to attend the first-ever Nevada Naturalist Statewide Conference. Breakout sessions and workshops will highlight Nevada’s 150 years of cultural and environmental history.

College of Business graduates second Online EMBA cohort

8/29/2014 - By: Nicole Shearer

University of Nevada, Reno program participants find many benefits to the online learning environment.

Marching Band debuts one of largest ensembles at Saturday’s Wolf Pack football game

8/29/2014 - By: Natalie Savidge

Fundraising efforts continue through Greater Nevada Credit Union and University of Nevada, Reno Foundation.

Journalism student receives national scholarship

8/28/2014 - By: Annie Conway

Spenser Blank named 2014 Media Fellows Scholar

Infectious disease forecast expert Wilson joins DHS

8/28/2014 - By: Anne McMillin

James Wilson is a nationally regarded expert in the forecast of the world's infectious diseases

Pack AD Knuth: 'Football fan experience improvements: We listened'

8/28/2014 - By: Staff Report

Some major changes in store for the spectating experience at Mackay Stadium this fall, AD says

Orvis School of Nursing awarded grant from Jonas Center for Nursing and Veterans Healthcare to fund doctoral nursing students

8/28/2014 - By: Anne McMillin

Grant is part of a national initiative to address nursing faculty shortage

Nevada Student Speaker Competition open to applicants

8/27/2014 - By: Nicole Shearer

Nevada Student Speaker Competition winner will be added to the 2015 TEDxUniversityofNevada speaker roster.

Professor to begin Institute for Advanced Study Fellowship

8/27/2014 - By: Annie Conway

University to host the 46th Medieval Association of the Pacific

New Student Ceremony keynote address offers words of wisdom to Nevada students

8/27/2014 - By: Mary White Stewart

Department of Sociology Professor Mary White Stewart's speech inspired by her experience as a University student.

Campus Escort service turns 30, sets ride record last year

8/26/2014 - By: Christine Seiber

Increase in student enrollment and ridership leads to expanded services and ‘civic engagement shuttle.’

Climate change puts endangered Devils Hole pupfish at risk of extinction

8/26/2014 - By: Mike Wolterbeek

Climate change is hurting reproduction of the endangered Devils Hole pupfish, threatening the survival of this rare species that has numbered as few as 35 individuals.

University Balloon Race Scholarship Recipients

8/26/2014 - By: Staff Report

University students Miranda Smith and Darrin Mccarthy receive scholarship

Top ROTC and nursing student stands out from the Pack

8/25/2014 - By: Matt Lush and Annie Conway

Caitlyn Adley chosen to represent University at National Student Nurses’ Convention

Scholarship recipients return from 10-week language study abroad

8/25/2014 - By: Christine Seiber

Honors students study Chinese, Japanese through immersive U.S. Department of State program

University of Nevada Cooperative Extension’s Sigman-Grant receives award

8/25/2014 - By: Marilyn Ming

Madeleine Sigman-Grant, Cooperative Extension maternal child health and nutrition specialist, was selected as the recipient of the Western Region Excellence in Extension award.

Plastic bins, pomp and circumstance: Students arrive on campus

8/22/2014 - By: John Trent

More than 2,600 students move in on Thursday; New Student Opening Ceremony held on Friday

University sustainability efforts ‘walk the talk’

8/20/2014 - By: Nicole Shearer

University of Nevada, Reno, along with City of Reno and community representatives, highlight green efforts taking place on campus and throughout the City as part of Summer of Sustainability’s Bus Tour.

University officials taking precautions in response to Ebola outbreak

8/18/2014 - By: Nicole Shearer

While U.S. risk is considered “very low,” the University is working to ensure student health and safety.

First 'Campus Conversations' set for Aug. 27

8/18/2014 - By: Staff Report

Informal conversation includes president, provost and chair of Faculty Senate

Cooperative Extension’s ‘Grow Your Own, Nevada!’ classes return in September

8/14/2014 - By: Tiffany Kozsan

Cooperative Extension presents six “Grow Your Own, Nevada!” classes at eight locations across northern Nevada to provide information to homeowners, gardeners and landscapers who want their lawns to survive and thrive in a desert climate.

$3.8 million project will help northern Nevada build resiliency to future droughts

8/13/2014 - By: Claudene Wharton

Managing water in northern Nevada’s Truckee-Carson River System requires local communities to balance urban, agricultural and ecosystem needs.

Fire cameras activated, invasive species and nearshore work continues at Lake Tahoe

8/13/2014 - By: Mike Wolterbeek

Nevada researchers are continuing research that informs public policy makers and finds solutions to the risks that face the lake’s precious ecosystem.

350 freshmen take challenge of academic boot camp

8/13/2014 - By: Mike Wolterbeek

NevadaFit boot camp begins the week before school starts and offers a glimpse into the University's rigorous academic expectations and college life.

2015 Nevada Radon Poster Contest open to students

8/11/2014 - By: Tiffany Kozsan

Cooperative Extension invites Nevada students to showcase their artistic talents and promote radon awareness by entering the 2015 Nevada Radon Poster Contest.
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