College of Agriculture, Biotechnology & Natural Resources
August 18 - 23, 2018
Short for "Freshman Intensive Transition," CABNRFIT is a one-credit academic program that takes place the week before school starts.
At CABNRFIT you will:
- Learn study skills and life skills that will put you on a path to early academic success.
- Become familiar with the University and classroom setting.
- Explore the various academic resources and student services available to you on campus.
- Learn about career opportunities in your chosen field of study.
- Learn tips and tricks for managing your time.
- Interact with faculty in your major discipline.
Great Basin Sagebrush Restoration Fund
Sagebrush ecosystems have eroded to about 56% of their historical range. These ecosystems provide vital habitat for many iconic species found in the west. The sagebrush ecosystem is one of the most imperiled in the United States. To date, rehabilitation efforts are proving to be costly and do not always provide intended results. There is opportunity to improve the efficacy and success of rehabilitation efforts. To learn more about the fund.
CABNR offers top-notch research opportunities for students & faculty.
The three tenants of CABNR's programing are agriculture, biochemistry & natural resources.
CABNR offers academic opportunities to its students that are virtually unsurpassed in Nevada.
CABNR students have access to high technology and to personal interaction with leading faculty.
Agricultural, environmental, and natural science research on issues related to the future needs of mankind.
CABNR has numerous community & statewide outreach programs.
1664 N. Virginia Street
Reno, NV 89557
Phone (775) 784-1660
Phone (775) 784-6237
Fax (775) 784-4227