University of Nevada, Reno
July 11, 2011
Fly Ranch Geyser

Geothermal industry to get boost from University research

An ambitious University of Nevada, Reno project to understand and characterize geothermal potential at nearly 500 sites throughout the Great Basin is yielding a bounty of information for the geothermal industry to use in developing resources in Nevada.

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Jim Faulds in front of the Fly Ranch Geyser

University welcomes new associate vice president for facilities services

Sean McGoldrick will join the University of Nevada, Reno as associate vice president for facilities services.

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Sean McGoldrick

Other News & Announcements

Megafish researcher pits fact vs. fiction in new season of Monster Fish TV shows

University’s Knowledge Center opens Post-War Bohemians exhibit

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Upcoming Events

Summer Movie Series: Source Code
Tuesday, July 12: 9-11 p.m.

Watermelon Concert on the Quad: HomeMade Jam
Wednesday, July 13: 6-8 p.m.
University Quad

Post-War Bohemian Art Exhibit
Monday - Friday: July 1 - Sept. 16
Mathewson-IGT Knowledge Center, Room 309

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Source Code poster image

About the University of Nevada, Reno

Founded in 1874 as Nevada’s land-grant university, the University of Nevada, Reno ranks in the top tier of best national universities by U.S. News and World Report. With nearly 20,000 students, the University is driven to contribute a culture of student success, world-improving research and outreach that enhances communities and business. Part of the Nevada System of Higher Education, the University has the system’s largest research program and is home to the state’s medical school. Bringing outreach and education programs to all Nevada counties and home to one of the largest study-abroad consortiums, the University extends across the state and around the world. For more information, visit

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