2015 Great Nevada ShakeOut about to rumble around campus

10/6/2015 - By: Alexandra Rovacchi

The campus community will participate in the Great Nevada ShakeOut public earthquake drill with the “Drop, Cover and Hold On” exercise on Oct. 15 at 10:15 a.m.

Free flu shots available on campus in October and early November

10/6/2015 - By: Staff Report

Free flu shots will be available at Joe Crowley Student Union

The Wolf Pack is on the hunt for a student from Vermont

10/1/2015 - By: Kathie Taylor

This fall the University of Nevada, Reno welcomed its largest enrollment ever with students from across the country, all 17 Nevada counties and many countries around the world. The only state missing is Vermont.

German exchange student at the University enjoys learning about other cultures

10/1/2015 - By: Matthew Ravaglioli

The Honors Program works with Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange to promote intercultural integration.

Espinoza is September Classified Employee of the Month

10/1/2015 - By: Staff Report

Associate residency coordinator in Family and Community Medicine consistently goes above and beyond

2015 State of the University: 'This is a transformational moment for our University'

9/30/2015 - By: John Trent

President Marc Johnson's fifth State of the University stresses growth, ways in which University is transforming

University group represents students in recovery at national rally in Washington, DC

9/30/2015 - By: Staff Report

Students participate in rally at Washington, D.C. event

1915 Great Nevada Earthquake spurs reminder for 2015 Great Nevada Shakeout

9/29/2015 - By: Mike Wolterbeek

Stay earthquake prepared with the Great Nevada ShakeOut. It is a simple, coordinated “drop, cover and hold on” public exercise to be held Thursday, Oct. 15 at 10:15 a.m.

‘A true college experience’ more than possible for recovering University students

9/29/2015 - By: Nicole Shearer

Collegiate recovery program aims to illuminate the stigma of recovery and increase awareness and understanding of substance use disorders.

Jones, longtime campus arts figure and co-founder of Artown, passes away

9/29/2015 - By: John Trent

Tim Jones served as director of University Arts, KUNR station manager, during versatile career at the University

American Association of Medical Assistants to partner with the University to prevent Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders

9/25/2015 - By: Provided by AAMA and Mountain Plains FASD PIC

University's Center for the Application of Substance Abuse Technologies will work collaboratively to prepare medical assistants

Highlights from Sept. 17 Faculty Senate meeting

9/24/2015 - By: Staff Report

Budget presentation and funding for new year highlight meeting

The Block ‘N’ goes downtown: University Innevation Center opens

9/23/2015 - By: Jane Tors

University of Nevada, Reno Innevation Center, ‘Powered by Switch,’ will propel innovation, economic impact.

Vegetables grown by the University of Nevada, Reno feed local students

9/23/2015 - By: Whip Villarreal

Vegetables grown in hoop houses by Desert Farming Initiative feed local students

Congressman Jim Santini, 1937-2015: An appreciation

9/23/2015 - By: John Trent

Santini, a 1959 graduate of the University, paired with future Gov. Bryan for a debate team for the ages

Application of lightweight magnesium in engineering design subject of new grant

9/18/2015 - By: Kirstin Swagman

A new National Science Foundation grant will fund a three-year study into the deformation behavior of magnesium alloys by University of Nevada, Reno Professor Yanyao Jiang.

Campus Conversations set for Sept. 21

9/17/2015 - By: Staff Report

First Conversations of semester to deal with online education

Great Nevada Earthquake occurred 100 years ago in Pleasant Valley

9/17/2015 - By: Mike Wolterbeek

Great Nevada Earthquake occurred 100 years ago in Pleasant Valley, field trip to be held Oct. 3 to earthquake zone.

Tahoe Science Conference highlights a decade of research in the Lake Tahoe Basin

9/16/2015 - By: Matthew Ravaglioli

Conference encouraging open discussion of Tahoe’s environment now in its final year.

Foundation Professor Scott Tyler named Fellow of American Geophysical Union

9/11/2015 - By: Mike Wolterbeek

Foundation Professor Scott W. Tyler has been named a Fellow of the American Geophysical Union.

School of Medicine and Renown Health partner to expand Renown Pediatrics Medical Group

9/11/2015 - By: Anne McMillin

Clinical integration aims to improve pediatric care in northern Nevada.

Campo’s Mark Estee to join University’s Field Day activities Sept. 26

9/10/2015 - By: Claudene Wharton

At Nevada Field Day on Sept. 26, visitors will be treated to a variety of free activities and giveaways, even some tasty food samples.

New website illuminates Reno’s divorce history

9/10/2015 - By: Rebecca Contos

National grant supported the creation of online exhibition .

Studying climate change, everything from soil to the carbon sink

9/10/2015 - By: Matthew Ravaglioli

Assistant Professor Yu (Frank) Yang leads team researching how carbon is processed in soil.

Another record year: Enrollment nears 21,000 students

9/9/2015 - By: Jane Tors

University’s enrollment gain shows growing number of freshmen, continued strong retention rate and increasing academic preparedness of incoming students.