Computer science and engineering student wins Google Lime Scholarship

4/17/2014 - By: Kirstin Swagman

First-year Ph.D. student wins Google Lime Scholarship for his research on human-computer interaction for blind individuals.

Earth Week recognized at University April 22, 23 & 25

4/17/2014 - By: Natalie Savidge

Themed days filled with educational displays, interactive exhibits and tree-planting ceremony celebrate the Earth all week; activities kick-off Summer of Sustainability Program on campus.

Cooperative Extension hosts free landscape trainings in Spanish and English

4/16/2014 - By: Tiffany Kozsan

University of Nevada Cooperative Extension is offering free landscaping trainings taught in both Spanish and English in Reno and in Las Vegas.

An inspiring story of perseverance, accomplishment

4/15/2014 - By: Natalie Savidge

Honors Program student Ivon Padilla-Rodríguez named Truman Scholar and to Glamour magazine’s list of Top 10 College Women.

Cooperative Extension hosts Capital City Farm Days

4/15/2014 - By: Tiffany Kozsan

Cooperative Extension’s 4-H presents Capital City Farm Days April 17 and 18. There will be 30 presenters teaching elementary-age youth about Nevada agriculture, where food and fiber come from, and environmental issues related to agriculture.

Check out the spring 2014 issue of Nevada Silver & Blue magazine

4/15/2014 - By: Staff Report

Includes Honor Role of Donors

University shares 'Big/Little' moment with 'Biggest Little City' movement

4/15/2014 - By: By John Trent

Eight regional entities, including University, pledge support for community pride movement

College of Business offers champion for student outreach in local businesses

4/14/2014 - By: Nicole Shearer

Director of Corporate Relations and Outreach connects students and businesses in the community, serves as The Chamber’s 2014 board chair.

Integrated Marketing Communications team pitches campaign for Mary Kay

4/11/2014 - By: Annie Conway

University places second in district competition.

Huapei Chen named chief information officer

4/9/2014 - By: Jane Tors

Veteran IT director at several notable universities joins the University of Nevada, Reno.

University students grasp human behavior within the context of a family

4/9/2014 - By: Nicole Shearer

College of Education offers nationally recognized Certified Family Life Educator credential to undergraduate students making them more marketable job candidates.

University Army ROTC to host Joint Field Training Exercise

4/8/2014 - By: Patrick Harris

ROTC battalion will participate in four-day event along with University of Nevada, Las Vegas cadets.

University partners with local agencies to teach kids to code

4/8/2014 - By: Kirstin Swagman

University volunteers join with Discovery Museum and CodeReno.org to host introduction to coding and kick off a coding contest for area kids.

Noted author and professor emeritus of history announces new book

4/8/2014 - By: Patrick Harris

University of Nevada, Reno’s Dick Davies showcases dynamic link between boxing and the Silver State in new book about the history of boxing in Nevada.

University Upward Bound programs accepting applications

4/8/2014 - By: Annie Conway

Programs work to prepare high school students to succeed in higher education.

Cooperative Extension presents weed-control education April and May

4/7/2014 - By: Tiffany Kozsan

Cooperative Extension, with other partners, has set the dates for two annual weed management educational events, with presentations planned to help Nevadans deal with this year’s weed challenges with the latest information available.

Concrete canoe team dominates regionals with first-place win

4/7/2014 - By: Natalie Savidge

University’s team heads to nationals for ninth year in a row after sweeping the competition in all canoe categories.

University offers classes on ways for Nevada farmers to extend growing season

4/4/2014 - By: Claudene Wharton

The University's High Desert Farming Initiative is offering a two-day course for Nevada’s agricultural producers to provide information on field-tested methods for extending the growing season, as well information on reducing risk, low-cost marketing and financial planning.

Campaigns, cups and canoes

4/4/2014 - By: Patrick Harris

Students learn teamwork and gain real-life experience in collegiate competitions.

University hosts the 52nd annual Reno Jazz Festival

4/3/2014 - By: Annie Conway

World-renowned professional musicians to perform alongside more than 9,000 young jazz musicians.

College of Business extends accreditation

4/3/2014 - By: Annie Conway

University of Nevada, Reno earns renewal of business and accounting accreditation.

New eateries to open in University’s Joe Crowley Student Union

4/2/2014 - By: Annie Conway

Great Full Gardens Express and U-Swirl To-Go will open for business on campus this summer.

University announces plan to go tobacco-free in 2015

3/31/2014 - By: Nicole Shearer

Proposal moves forward with support from organizations representing the University of Nevada, Reno community.

Philosophy department and Temple Sinai lead discussion on political philosopher

3/31/2014 - By: Annie Conway

Public invited to movie viewing and panel discussion of "Hannah Arendt."

University of Nevada, Reno launches Living With Drought website and education

3/28/2014 - By: Claudene Wharton

Cooperative Extension launched its Living With Drought website, a one-stop shop where homeowners, gardeners, farmers, ranchers, natural resource managers and others can find information to help them respond to their various drought-related challenges.
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