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American Educational Research Association acknowledges professor as she enters the 25th year of her career
Director of Nevada Center for Excellence in Disabilities honored for consistent commitment to helping people with disabilities across Nevada
New name better represents the entirety of the College, brings attention to important yet often unknown programs offered at the University
Virtual ceremony celebrates the talent at the University of Nevada, Reno
With an expanded name to reflect today’s challenges, the College of Education and Human Development strives to build a national reputation focused on learning, research and innovation
Community outreach program supporting local school district students celebrates 20th year of operation
College of Education program presents new standards and design principals for improved science teaching practices
With school returning soon, Shanon Taylor provides advice to parents on how to ease children into getting used to wearing masks in school.
Approval for telehealth means clinic carries on work with old clients and accepts new ones during the pandemic.
How to provide routine during stay-at-home orders
Study published on needs for support for future teachers identifying as LGBTQ+
Recognizing the intersections of race, class, gender and more in education
Research sampled over 400 undergraduate University of Nevada, Reno students on cannabis opinions
Undergraduate student talks about her motivations to teach one day
Lydia DeFlorio, associate professor of human development and family studies offers advice to parents about taking care of children during the COVID-19 pandemic.
College of Education’s Brighid Fronapfel and MaryAnn Demchak create badly needed guidelines
In uncertain economy University of Nevada, Reno education students get a step ahead of competition
Professors in the College of Education are making alternative assignments to ensure meaningful education continues during trying times
iCan Bike Camp gives kids with disabilities a way to become more independent, exercise and have fun with their families
Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and University lecturer Mona Martinez answers questions parents might have on their children’s mental health.
College of Education recognized in list published by U.S. News and World Report
Students shadowed on-campus positions to discover and learn about careers after graduation.
Assistant Professor Ethan Ris gets exclusive grant for upcoming book on history of higher education.
Associate Professor Dianna Townsend took a sabbatical from the College of Education to conduct research and improve her approach to preparing university students for their future careers in education.
Chevonne Sutter, graduate student in Special Education, has been invited by the Council for Exceptional Children to join the 12th cohort of DRDSS
Tanya Kelley named to guide the range of programs and services to encourage pursuit of research, scholarly and creative activities by undergraduates
Samuel Ehrenreich, assistant professor of human development and family studies offers advice to parents regarding teen sexting
University students encourage Wooster High School students to think about life after high school
Black History Month and the right to vote
Data analysis finds several factors including recent mass shooter incidents impetus for bill introduction
Initiative to involve students, faculty and community partners; first 24-hour facility for at-risk youth in Reno
Book receives award from the National Association for Multicultural Education
Jen Segura’s passion for education has captivated the attention of her instructors and the minds of her students
Program better connects individuals to the bigger picture: the administrative processes, network and impact of the research enterprise
The Chemistry Demonstration Series, launched by a professor-student duo, ignites a passion for science in K-12 learners.
Assistant Professor of Human Development and Family Studies Samuel Ehrenreich talks about what parents need to know regarding their children and digital communication.
Human Development and Family Sciences students in College of Education included cities around the west for data collection
Dr. MaryAnn Demchak named the Associate Dean, Research and Graduate Programs in the College of Education
Dr. Eleni Oikonomidoy named the Associate Dean, Undergraduate Academic Programs in the College of Education
Grant awarded to Assistant Professor Lindsay Diamond in the College of Education to collaborate with Associate Professor Abbie Olszewski in the University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine
Grant from U.S. Department of State brings teaching fellows from 19 countries for intensive professional development to the College of Education
Melissa Burnham, Ph.D., professor of human development and family studies and early childhood education, addresses what parents need to know about infant sleep routines.
The College of Education Dean, Dr. Donald Easton-Brooks talks about opportunities of engagement between parents and teachers.
Brings goals of partnerships, fundraising, innovative research to the College
Washoe County School District and Carson City School District principals serve as graduate student mentors helping to retain effective educational leaders in Nevada.
University joins with DRI and UNLV to announce new Tesla-supported programs to advance STEM interest and education
As Cody and Caleb Martin play their final home game for the Pack, their impact as human beings far exceeds basketball
University researchers examine sexual health education resources for individuals with disabilities, discover barriers to education and lack of resources increase vulnerability.
The E.L. Cord Foundation Center for Learning and Literacy at the University has begun incorporating robotics into its literacy courses and tutoring to facilitate academic success.
University of Nevada, Reno faculty member writes on striving for success and innovation
How one Carson High School teacher is providing students an early vocational draw to teaching
University researcher evaluates emotional regulation in 14-, 24- and 36-month-old socioeconomically disadvantaged toddlers in child care
New programs range from a minor in graphic design to a B.S. in biotechnology
The Colleges of Education and Liberal Arts offer students choices after graduation with PackTeach program
More than 1,700 incoming freshman – nearly half of all University of Nevada, Reno freshmen – to participate in program designed to increase college success
Past University research honorees offer faculty community a voice on campus and beyond
University program addresses qualified math, science teacher shortage and continues to expand as students develop a love for teaching
How a popcorn business changed the life of one student and his family
Through Community-Based Research, students explore problems and offer understanding, tools and ideas to make a difference
Shannon Richard of Nursing and Dianna Townsend of Education are the 2018 Tibbitts Award winners
After nearly losing national accreditation during The Great Recession, the College of Education programs receive four, eight-year accreditations offering a telling comeback story
“The education I’m obtaining is not about me; it’s about others.”
A University of Nevada, Reno faculty member interviewed 61 scientists at four top research universities, examining how they think about commercial rewards
$1.25 million Science Education Partnership Award received by the Raggio Research Center for work aiming to bring linguistic diversity to STEM-focused fields in Nevada
Presentations represented a variety of disciplines, including sustainable plant production and street art in virtual reality
New programs include a doctorate in mathematics, a major in dance, a minor in Middle Eastern studies and more
College of Education dean created the state’s first Nevada Rural Education Summit bringing together rural counties, key industries and higher education to discuss possible partnerships and opportunities
University faculty member aids in the Institute’s creation, which is designed to offer a statewide model for supporting teachers in achieving national board certification
Nearly 1,450 incoming freshman to participate in program designed to increase college success
Douglas County native son attributes teaching success to University’s education department
$10,000 AT&T contribution will help provide long-term mentoring to low-income, first-generation high school students in support of ongoing educational success
The program shows positive results in its third year of bringing energy conservation knowledge into northern Nevada schools
A day of firsts –Nevada governor the first governor to arrive in an autonomous vehicle to the University’s first bill signing
Undergraduate Research develops resources to further facilitate students in pursuit of research in various fields
College of Science's Global Water Center team begins work to conserve one of world’s largest rivers
Long-term mentoring is the heart of the academic outreach program which supports low-income, first-generation students from sixth grade through college graduation
The University is one of 15 U.S. colleges to participate in Consortium for Overseas Student Teaching.
Washoe County School District principals will serve as University of Nevada, Reno graduate student mentors in an effort to retain effective educational leaders
More than 1,000 incoming freshman to participate in program designed to increase college success
Colleges recognize students with top grade-point average at banquet May 11
University professor received the Lifetime Achievement Award for her commitment to education finance
NevadaTeach offers STEM majors interested in secondary education a dual degree, without added cost or time, ensuring practiced teachers enter the classroom
Participants are learning how to program a robot to write holiday cards
University College of Education faculty partner with the Nevada Department of Education to create a sustainable program embedding the teaching of social skills into education
Emeritus History Professor Davies takes lectern for perhaps the final time
Grant from U.S. Department of State brings teaching fellows from 16 countries for intensive professional development to the College of Education
University of Nevada, Reno and Washoe County School District aim to further bridge the gap in teacher learning experiences
Colleges recognize students with top grade-point average at banquet May 13
Grant recognizes promising faculty members in field of engineering education research
University cross-college collaboration, active student recruitment and support, compact and flexible degree plans, and early and intensive field teaching experience set this national UTeach program apart as the gold standard in secondary STEM education
University representatives are making advances in the preparation of K-12 educators
University of Nevada, Reno, Washoe County School District and Envirolution collaboration brings cutting-edge energy education and energy monitoring to schools
Tibbitts Teaching Award winners Curcio, Wiest embody very best of University's classroom ideals
University of Nevada, Reno earns four graduate school, 23 graduate program rankings
U.S. News & World Report highlights the University of Nevada, Reno
National Math + Science Initiative, UTeach Institute and Howard Hughes Medical Institute announce partnerships set to produce 8,300 math and science teachers nationally
Facilities Services Department readies the building for reopening
Graduate students receive six graduate credits during the four-week, summer abroad program
University of Nevada, Reno student Devan Gaddis is the 2014 northern Nevada recipient receiving $4,500
Nevada Mathematics Project supports 126 teachers implementing the Nevada Academic Content Standard
NevadaFit expanded to all colleges to drive student success
Facilities department making repairs; clean-up nearing completion
Students presented examples of Aztec, West African and Western style of communication at the University of Nevada, Reno’s first diversity conference held in March
Colleges recognize students with top grade-point average at banquet May 14
College of Education offers nationally recognized Certified Family Life Educator credential to undergraduate students making them more marketable job candidates
Event includes participating DFS student
University of Nevada, Reno earns four graduate school, 24 graduate program rankings
High school students learning from University professors how the STEM disciplines are integrated into science and engineering research
Professor at the University of Nevada, Reno is the first in Nevada to be selected for distinguished international honor
Noah Finkelstein will give lecture on improving student engagement in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics classes
U.S. News & World Report highlights the University of Nevada, Reno’s online graduate programs
New position created in collaboration between Colleges of Education and Engineering
Students at the University gave free hugs to strangers throughout Reno
University of Nevada, Reno faculty and student presence strengthens collaborations between the College of Education and local schools
Teacher fellows from 18 countries attended University of Nevada, Reno College of Education for intensive, professional development
Nevada Center for Excellence in Disabilities program designed to help Nevadans with intellectual and developmental disabilities secure employment in community-based settings
Two University of Nevada, Reno programs target special education instruction needs in Nevada schools
University of Nevada, Reno College of Education hosts International Academy for Intercultural Research
University of Nevada, Reno to build cyber infrastructure, workforce development related to NSHE-wide project
Brings breadth of research, service, teaching and administrative experience to key University of Nevada, Reno role; looks forward to working with regional school districts
New engineering class offers area teachers STEM skills and resources
Student opinions, discipline referrals and school police data studied
U.S. News and World Report releases annual compilation