Gift allows for recruitment of joint leadership position at Renown Health, School of Medicine

10/22/2014 - By: Staff Report

Nell J. Redfield Foundation pledges to help fund chair of pediatrics/pediatrician-in-chief.

University hosts groundbreaking neuroscience researcher Karl Deisseroth

10/22/2014 - By: Staff Report

Deisseroth will speak about the incredible new ways he has developed to study the brain in a free lecture at 7 p.m., Oct. 23

Student veterans give back to local non-profits

10/22/2014 - By: Nicole Shearer

Independent Heritage Festival to highlight the importance of service and leadership in the community.

Dimuzio is October Employee of the Month

10/22/2014 - By: Staff Report

October Employee of Month Dimuzio honored for exemplary and helpful service.

Sing, boo, hiss and learn in celebration of Nevada’s 150 years

10/21/2014 - By: Staff Report

Melodrama production, history conference highlight a year-long series of University events and activities commemorating Nevada’s sesquicentennial.

Goode is September Classified Employee of Month

10/21/2014 - By: Staff Report

Goode is honored for exceptional work as Mail Service Clerk

University launches ‘I STAND’ campaign

10/21/2014 - By: Walanya Vongsvirates

Students and faculty take a stand against sexual assault.

Students excel at Annual George G. Bierkamper competition

10/21/2014 - By: Anne McMillin

Graduate and medical students presented research work to School of Medicine faculty.

University and City of Reno celebrate Nevada Shade Tree Week

10/20/2014 - By: Annie Conway

University continues process to be designated as Tree Campus USA

William J. Raggio Building set to open Saturday

10/17/2014 - By: Staff Report

Facilities Services continues work to ready the building for reopening.

NBC Today Show features University’s Earthquake Engineering Lab

10/17/2014 - By: Mike Wolterbeek

The University of Nevada, Reno’s new large-scale structures Earthquake Engineering Lab was featured Friday, Oct. 17 on NBC’s Today Show

Prospective Students invited to leave their mark on University history

10/17/2014 - By: Shelby Wilburn

Visiting students and parents signed a beam to be used in Peavine Hall construction.

University of Nevada Cooperative Extension’s Kim receives national recognition

10/15/2014 - By: Claudene Wharton

A faculty member at University of Nevada Cooperative Extension has received national recognition for her program addressing nutrition and early literacy in Nevada.

University of Nevada Cooperative Extension offers training for use of pesticides

10/14/2014 - By: Tiffany Kozsan

Cooperative Extension, with the Nevada Department of Agriculture, is offering a free workshop to train people throughout the state how to properly handle and use pesticides.

Campus joins Great Nevada ShakeOut Thursday

10/14/2014 - By: Mike Wolterbeek

Whether in class, the residence halls, in an office or walking the grounds, students, faculty and staff are encouraged to “Drop, Cover and Hold On” during the fifth Great Nevada ShakeOut.

University observes National Disability Awareness Month 2014 with free events and lectures

10/10/2014 - By: Andrea Turman

Theme of Diversability helps mark 10th anniversary of events celebrating divers abilities of persons with disabilities

Nevada geologists host inaugural event for National Earth Science Week

10/10/2014 - By: Shelby Wilburn

Public invited to University’s first Discover Nevada open house at Great Basin Science and Sample Records Library in north Reno Oct. 15 and 16.

University named one of the Best Business Schools by the Princeton Review

10/9/2014 - By: Walanya Vongsvirates

The College of Business is listed as an outstanding school for academic success.

Research in Romania summer program enrollment underway

10/9/2014 - By: Nicole Shearer

Graduate students receive six graduate credits during the four-week, summer abroad program

State demographer releases population projections

10/8/2014 - By: Nicole Shearer

Nevada’s annual job growth rate is second largest in the region; Tesla to solidify northwestern Nevada’s manufacturing export base but tourism still likely the largest economic sector in the region through 2023.

Daily Show feature cites R&NR editor, Reynolds School grad student project

10/8/2014 - By: Staff Report

Crowd sourcing used to create first searchable, national database on people killed by police.

Nevada geologists host interactive field trip in northern Nevada

10/8/2014 - By: Shelby Wilburn

Public invited to join a one-day excursion in the Carson City area for Earth Science Week.

United Way campaign kicks off, to run from Oct. 15-Nov. 19

10/8/2014 - By: Staff Report

Annual fundraising campaign includes raffle, prizes

ASUN and Nevada Career Studio program expand internship opportunities

10/8/2014 - By: Nicole Shearer

Pack Internship Grant Program funds 21 student internships at 12 community businesses

Youth to send ‘Rockets to the Rescue’ as part of 4-H National Youth Science Day

10/6/2014 - By: Claudene Wharton

On Oct. 8, Washoe County youth in 4-H will design and build an aerodynamic craft designed to deliver a payload of food to natural disaster victims as part of 4-H National Youth Science Day.
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