Help Advance Nevada's Education
Your Gift Matters: Noah Walls
By the time I graduate from the University of Nevada, Reno, I hope to have obtained a B.S. in Secondary Education with a minor in Special Education, a B.S. in Agricultural Science and a B.S. in Biology. I want to begin my teaching career in a Title 1 high school where I can put my skills to use and make a difference in every learner’s lives. As a science teacher, I hope to one day expose my students to a quality STEM/CTE education that allows them to analyze and think critically of the wonders around them. Because, really, without science, we would not be able to understand and explain the world that we live in.
Alumni Highlight: Jaculine Chiatovich Jones
College of Education alumna Jaculine Chiatovich Jones remained true to her Nevada roots when she made the decision to attend the University of Nevada, Reno. “I grew up in rural Nevada, Silver Peak and Gabbs…going to the University was a scary proposition.” It didn’t take long, however, for Jones to get comfortable, and when she reminisces about her time at the University, it is with fondness for a positive experience that launched her thirty-year career with the Washoe County School District.
In 2019, the College of Education awarded $293,500 in scholarships thanks to our generous donors. This has allowed our students to focus on school and completing over 80,000 hours of internship/practicum hours in our schools and local non-profit organizations.
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College of Education Development Director
William J. Raggio Building