All Commencement News & Events

A robot arm on a table and it is holding a cube.

Faces of the Pack: Undergrad research pays off for engineering student dedicated to educating others

Mercedes Anderson, senior in the College of Engineering, has been dedicated to the field of computer science and engineering since first stepping foot on campus

Graduates and faculty members gathered at the American Indian & Alaskan Native Graduate Celebration

Cultural Graduate Celebrations foster community, complement commencement

The 2018 African Diaspora, American Indian & Alaska Native, Asian American & Pacific Islander, Latinx and Lavender Graduate Celebrations were well attended and chock full of smiling grads

Happy 2018 graduates about ready to step onto the Quad for commencement

Commencement 2018: How to beat the weather and find graduation joy with four great ceremonies

University confers record number of degrees and holds all four ceremonies on the Quad

The University of Nevada, Reno and its Alumni Association Present Senior Scholar, Wednesday, May 16, 2018

University honors 2018 Spring Senior Scholar recipients

University of Nevada, Reno and the Nevada Alumni Association recognize 11 graduates with top grade-point average

NevadaTeach student with Sparks High School Students

NevadaTeach graduates first cohort of dual-degreed students

University program addresses qualified math, science teacher shortage and continues to expand as students develop a love for teaching

Two University of Nevada, Reno faculty members pose next to an Honor the Best banner while someone takes a picture of them with a cell phone

Honor the Best ceremony recognizes vital, productive and quality staff, faculty and students

‘Together, we are taking our University into a bright and prosperous future’

University student Shawnice Kraeber working on a patient at the Student Outreach Clinic

University’s Post-Bac program offers second chance at medical school

Shawnice Kraeber is the first post-baccalaureate student to graduate from University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine

Allison Blair looks pensive with brick wall behind her

Allison Monterey Blair named University’s Spring 2018 Herz Gold Medalist

English and anthropology student earns top grade-point average, has passion for storytelling and helping prevent suicide

Kevin McReynolds

Kevin McReynolds selected as 2018 Thornton Peace Prize recipient

Student-athlete, graduating MBA student and new non-profit founder aims to improve diversity in local police forces