News and Announcements

Golden Gate Bridge at night with city lights

Winner of 2018 Nevada Medal for Distinguished Paper in Bridge Engineering Announced

University of Utah Ph.D. student Ruoyang Wu receives the prestigious award

Four students from the University's Make48 team standing side-by-side.

Student makers to compete in nationally televised Make48 College Challenge

Four outstanding engineering students named to Biggest Little Makers team will represent Reno’s burgeoning innovation and maker culture

Innovation Day 2017

Engineering Innovation Day showcases undergraduate senior capstone projects

Seniors in the College of Engineering present their projects to the public on May 4

April 24's experiment

Earthquake lab shakes two-span, 70-foot-long bridge in accelerated bridge construction method test

Six different bridge connection types were tested, taking on extreme earthquake magnitudes

Kamol and Yaqi with lettuce

Carbon nanotubes in food plants: searching for a needle in a haystack

College of Engineering research finds new reliable method for detection

Concrete canoe racing

Concrete canoe team races to prepare for MidPac Conference

The University of Nevada, Reno looks for success in the concrete canoe, steel bridge and water treatment events

Lake Tahoe

Nevada Water Innovation Campus hosts Nevada Water Forum

Nevadan agencies and utilities collaborate with University faculty to plan Nevada's successful water future

Inge Bruggeman works on her book and publication arts with a student

Travel grants bring University research and creativity worldwide

New travel grants expand opportunities, plus encourage development of scholarly and creative activities

Sherif Elfass and his friends with award

Standing up for what's right: Engineering's Elfass honored for humanitarian work

For more than two decades, Sherif Elfass has worked tirelessly to bring Muslims and northern Nevada closer together

Dean Manos Maragakis, President Jimmy Carter and former First Lady Rosalynn Carter

Former President Carter visits world-renowned earthquake engineering lab

University of Nevada, Reno hosted Carter Center for tour of world’s largest University shake table lab

A destroyed building in Wells, Nevada following a 6.0 magnitude earthquake.

Practicing for pizza: The Great Nevada ShakeOut is 10:19 on 10-19

Students can win a pizza or donut party for their class if they take and post a picture with #ShakeOutPizza

earthquake bridge test

Earthquake lab shakes two-span, 100-ton bridge in first of a kind experiment

Accelerated bridge construction techniques, materials tested for durability