NevadaFIT: Freshman Intensive Transition boot camp begins Sunday, Aug. 21


More than 1,000 incoming freshman to participate in program designed to increase college success

Summer Youth Writing Program has successful sixth year


Local high school and middle school students participate in annual creative writing program at the University

USGS awards $3.7 million for ShakeAlert Earthquake Early Warning System


Nevada Seismological Lab to initially integrate eastern California within the Tahoe-Truckee corridor

University Libraries launch newly designed website


The site will better address the needs of students, faculty and staff, making it easier to find what they are looking for online

Nevada water resources specialist receives national award


University’s John Cobourn recognized for work with floods, Lake Tahoe’s clarity and other state water issues

Slower snowmelt affects downstream water availability in western mountains


CABNR scientist part of team studying areas with significant snowfall

Small-scale agricultural businesses have opportunity to learn business strategies


Cooperative Extension offers free Business Strategies for Growing Small-Scale workshop Aug. 25

The Batchery partners with University of Nevada, Reno to support entrepreneurs


University’s Innevation Center—Powered By Switch is at center of a new collaboration with East Bay-based global incubator to spur innovation and startups

Chris West named recipient of Silver and Blue Service Award


West receives this honor in celebration of his volunteering efforts for the Wolf Pack Athletics for the past 43 years

Scientists, stakeholders convene to plan field station


August workshop will explore potential, future fieldwork on the wonders and biodiversity of the Great Basin

Plants may be key to new medicines with chemical ecology program


College of Science researchers looking for solutions to world’s need for new medicines

Cooperative Extension sustainable gardens receive 2016 Green Award


Demonstration and Test Gardens recognized for innovation

University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine rolls out new logo, branding campaign


New branding further clarifies the school’s affiliation, location and distinct role in the state

Study shows substantial, statewide impact of Nevada Industry Excellence


Industry extension program helps contribute thousands of jobs, billions in revenue and tens of millions in direct tax benefit to Nevada

Seismic retrofitting of historic Lincoln Hall complete


University undertakes $26 million in historical preservation for several buildings

Nevada Global Business Programs enhance student knowledge and marketability


The University’s College of Business held four international programs this summer providing students with the global business acumen they need to succeed

Men’s tennis honored by ITA


Team selected as All-Academic team and six individuals named ITA Scholar Athletes

University faculty member brings international public finance conference to Tahoe


Discussions to focus on entrepreneurship, innovation and public policy

The Road to Office: Campaigns, Elections, and Governance


A new political exhibit by Special Collections and Archives opens at the University

Pokémon GO creates electro-buzz across campus


New phone-based game captivates students and community—and we've mapped out all the Pokéstops and gyms on campus.

Mari Kay Bickett to retire July 31


Prestigious University alumna retires after career educating judges and advocating for children in the court system

Willpower 2016: Reno celebrates the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death


University professor behind the coalition to bring Shakespeare to the Biggest Little City; Late-summer performances still available

Exhibit on rodeo highlights larger archival effort to capture northern Nevada's gay history


Archival effort in northern Nevada to gather the artifacts, recall places that were key to movement's history

Dobrich named MW Scholar-Athlete of the Year


Former Nevada standout football player, Jordan Dobrich, is the first Wolf Pack student-athelete to receive honor

Microsoft and College of Business partner for DigiGirlz Camp


High school girls are encouraged to build the foundation for a solid STEM education