5/28/2015 - By: Jill StocktonNew brand, ‘Keeping You Safe and Connected,’ proposed for Nevada Department of Transportation by Reynolds School of Journalism students
5/27/2015 - By: Chad HartleyFor Immediate Release: May 27, 2014
5/26/2015 - By: John SeelmeyerAna de Bettencourt-Dias, professor of chemistry, named to new role in Office of Vice President for Research and Innovation.
5/22/2015 - By: Jena ValenzuelaExchanging a global perspective with representatives in the College of Business and The Ozmen Center for Entrepreneurship, Salman Ahmad learns about the American “ecosystem” of entrepreneurship
5/21/2015 - By: Tiffany KozsanCooperative Extension will offer workshops statewide in June to provide discussion and information on federal assistance programs available for agriculture producers
5/21/2015 - By: Mike WolterbeekDavid Peri named 2015 Nevada Outstanding Agriculturalist Award by the University of Nevada, Reno’s College of Agriculture, Biotechnology and Natural Resources.
5/19/2015 - By: Matthew RavaglioliChanges to shuttle transportation, an outgrowth of the University’s Master Plan, designed to make campus less congested and safer for pedestrians and bicyclists.
5/18/2015 - By: Matthew RavaglioliShow on SiriusXM included interview and lecture on “Language in Society.”
5/18/2015 - By: John TrentUniversity awards most-ever degrees.
5/18/2015 - By: Staff ReportFirst-ever Mountain West postseason tournament hosted by Wolf Pack, May 20-24.
5/15/2015 - By: Natalie SavidgeRegents Undergraduate Scholar Ivón Padilla-Rodríguez has led an accomplished four years at the University from day one; credits mentorship by award-winning Emma Sepulveda, hard work and never quitting on her dreams.
5/15/2015 - By: Kirstin SwagmanNevada Dynamics aims to ease commercial use of drones
5/14/2015 - By: Nicole ShearerStanding reflects the continued growth of the College of Business program and its dedication to students’ changing needs.
5/14/2015 - By: Nicole ShearerNevada policy makers, business community leaders and government officials will meet to discuss ongoing economic challenges and opportunities for the region
5/14/2015 - By: Staff ReportTop campus awards presented at annual ceremony
5/14/2015 - By: Roseann KeeganNames of outstanding teaching, research honorees to be engraved in the University’s granite pillars.
5/13/2015 - By: Mike WolterbeekThe College of Science team studying Himalayan fault is safe in Kathmandu following strong aftershock that caused additional loss of life and destruction in the region.
5/12/2015 - By: Annie ConwayUniversity of Nevada, Reno “Growing Grapes in Nevada” workshops well received
5/12/2015 - By: Nicole ShearerCanyon Springs High School graduate caps academic career as top-achieving student
5/11/2015 - By: Natalie SavidgePaul Baker Prindle one of 60 international thought leaders and innovators working to make a change in the Truckee Meadows.
5/11/2015 - By: Mike WolterbeekOne of the first scientists to enter Nepal following the Gorka earthquake, Professor Steve Wesnousky has been in the Himalayas searching for geophysical signs of the magnitude 7.8 earthquake.
5/8/2015 - By: Walanya VongsviratesJosh Regalado receives a scholarship to pursue research at the University of Nevada, Reno in biological processes
5/7/2015 - By: Matthew RavaglioliUniversity bikers encouraged to practice safe biking during Bike Week May 9-15 and to #LookUpNV.
5/7/2015 - By: Staff ReportColleges recognize students with top grade-point average at banquet May 13
5/7/2015 - By: Natalie SavidgeMore than 2,450 degrees to be awarded at the 2015 University of Nevada, Reno Commencement ceremonies May 15 and 16; new ceremony format continues to reflect growing enrollment, increased retention