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On August 20, the College of Engineering held a welcoming ceremony for the 8 National Merit Scholars and 55 Presidential Scholars who joined the College this fall.
On September 22, the College of Engineering will connect students with employers and agencies offering internships and jobs.
Researchers can now investigate nano-scale materials with expanded in-situ transmission electron microscope capabilities.
Our attendees include researchers, practitioners and students, and our presentations are at the nexus of earth science, engineering and computation. Through collaboration, we want to transition simulation technology into practice.
The forum brought together 241 international participants with 41 international speakers to advance integrated earthquake engineering research.
A five-year, $20-million National Science Foundation collaboration brings together researchers from 9 universities.
The American Chemical Society selected senior Jerren Bailey as one of its 138 ACS Scholars
Because of the important role rare earth elements play in modern applications, the research is critical for the continued advancement of cutting-edge technology.
Mechanical engineering student lands internship with NASA
Unraveling the sub-surface geology of the Truckee Meadows using fiber-optics
The civil engineering doctoral student is also a GAANN Fellow focused on improving the earthquake-resiliency of structures to reduce their carbon footprint.
The Nevada System of Higher Education Board of Regents’ award honors the exemplary contributions to bridge and earthquake engineering of College of Engineering Professor Ian Buckle.
8 awardees representing 4 colleges/school receive NSF’s prestigious award in support of early-career success and continued development
The environmental engineering student’s speech, “Still Water in Coal Run,” focused on the importance of ethical practice in water infrastructure engineering.
Nevada Cyber Club coach Bill Doherty reflects on a semester that saw the Club excel in competition and field an all-women team.
Research will advance heat-transfer solutions for microchip and laser technologies through improved nanoscale engineering
Computer Science and Engineering Assistant Professor Feng Yan recently received a National Science Foundation CAREER Award that aims to improve the efficiency of machine learning.
The award honors a career that includes 19 patents, 240 papers, and research funding totaling $35 million, in addition to mentorship of more than 50 M.S. and Ph.D. students.
The first recipients will be named in Fall 2021.
On April 30, the College of Engineering launched a website with project descriptions and lightning talks from all 105 student teams.
For the second year in a row, the College of Engineering and all of the ranking-eligible graduate engineering programs housed within it received rankings.
Through commercialization, University faculty can find ways to transform their work into a marketable product or service that benefits society
Ph.D. candidates Megan Higley and Frank Pulciano have received the Post Scholarship for their research in nuclear energy and packaging.
University partners with cities, county for wastewater environmental surveillance during pandemic
Computer Science and Engineering graduate student Autumn Cuellar has been named the inaugural recipient of the International Women’s Day Award for Inclusive Practices.
Offering equipment, resources and support – plus its first ever Makerthon – this well-equipped space encourages creation and real-world learning
In honor of International Women's Day, we celebrate the recent successes (and headlines) of the women in the College of Engineering
Cell Mentor named Cross on the list designed to "dismantle the myth that outstanding Black scientists make up a small percentage of the scientific community."
Evening with Industry brought 65 students and 11 companies together to help students and new graduates prepare themselves professionally to become engineers.
Last year, Mechanical Engineering Assistant Professor Feifei Fan earned a National Science Foundation CAREER award for her research on lithium-ion rechargeable batteries. She shares the scientific, commercial and societal implications of the project.
The College of Engineering recognizes the contributions of its exceptional alumni like Sierra Gonzales through its Profiles in Excellence series.
Department of Computer Science and Engineering Assistant Professor Tin Nguyen and his lab have developed software to help life scientists efficiently analyze single-cell data using machine learning.
University of Nevada, Reno team developing surface and air disinfectant technology
Engineering education Ph.D. student and CREATE program coordinator emphasizes identity and community for academic and industry success
Researchers demonstrate the benefits of helical piles in withstanding soil liquefaction during earthquakes.
Southside Studio becomes home to robotics-based education and competition teams, strengthening the path to degrees and careers
Donations were made based on Sierra Nevada Corporation employee recommendations.
The Graduate Assistantship in Areas of National Need program in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering welcomed its first cohort this fall.
Victoria Defilippi is the current president of the University’s chapter for the Society of Women Engineers. She seeks new opportunities to bring students together in the time of a global pandemic.
College of Engineering Assistant Professor Aditya Nair is developing the predictive capabilities of the Truckee Meadows COVID-19 Risk Meter
University of Nevada, Reno and the Nevada Alumni Association recognize 9 graduates with top grade-point average
Van Breugel is one of 36 scientists to receive $450,000 through the Air Force's Young Investigator Research Program (YIP) from the Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR)
The former Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security described the current challenges facing the country and offered a hopeful closing remark
Carolyn Hughes will serve on a national committee to determine cybersecurity education standards, thanks to a University of Nevada, Reno cybersecurity Research Experience for Teachers program
Sara Davis, a Ph.D. student in Computer Science Engineering, recieved a scholarship from the Society of Women Engineers for her research in reducing bias in AI systems.
Chemical and Materials Department Professor Bin Li received two grants from the National Science Foundation to fund his research on the ductility of magnesium alloys.
University of Nevada, Reno engineering researchers have expanded a network of LiDAR sensors to improve traffic efficiency, reduce accidents and facilitate the use of autonomous vehicles.
Hosted by the College of Engineering, the community-oriented event will occur virtually on November 4.
University of Nevada, Reno engineers and virologists team up for novel approach
Zachary Wolff and Alexander Goldman have earned scholarships from the TMS Society, a national organization that awards only ten scholarships annually.
A new after-school program will provide engineering lessons and math and science assistance and an EPIC Saturday virtual lab will demonstrate engineering principles in action.
The College of Engineering aims to improve classroom practices and increase diversity in the field.
The NSF-funded program aims to recruit, retain and engage academically talented engineering students through scholarships and academic support services.
The election honors Pagilla’s more than 25 years of experience in water and wastewater treatment engineering, water resource recovery, water reuse, and environmental molecular biology and biotechnology.
The new construction management minor will be housed in the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering.
Elif Ecem Baş developed a machine learning algorithm that improves cyber-physical seismic hybrid simulations.
University of Nevada, Reno Assistant Professor Engin Arslan received funding from the National Science Foundation to research wide-area networks for improved utilization and reliability.
Ph.D. candidate Nicole Elias left her home in Lebanon in pursuit of her dreams.
Working with NDOT, the Pavement Engineering & Science program in the Western Regional Superpave Center has developed a standalone standard for asphalt testing that has been adopted by ASTM.
Professors Hanif Livani and Mohammed Ben-Idris of the electrical engineering department will participate
As the fall semester begins, the College of Engineering is moving into the new William N. Pennington Engineering Building
College of Engineering leads wastewater environmental surveillance in the Truckee Meadows
Environmental Engineering Ph.D. candidate Lydia Peri recently earned the Water Environment Federation’s WEF Canham Graduate Studies Scholarship for her work in water purification.
To help responders determine safety of building and inform earthquake recovery decisions
The College of Engineering’s Cybersecurity Center will provide unique opportunities to University students
SWE members experience networking and career opportunities while promoting gender quality in engineering and technology
The National Science Foundation has awarded Assistant Professor Hamed Ebrahimian a $2 million grant to develop novel wildfire risk assessment and mitigation tools.
Enrollment during Fall 2019 semester shows 553 female students in engineering, or 18.5% of the program
The research will improve oil spill recovery and reduce the carbon footprint of manufacturers
The College of Engineering B.S. in computer science with a minor in cybersecurity degree program earns prestigious CAE-CD designation from the NSA and the DHS.
Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium pivots to virtual with project presentations from a variety of disciplines, from STEM to the social sciences, arts and humanities
Tung Dang, doctoral candidate, has been active in the College of Engineering’s Autonomous Robots Lab
The grant will increase outreach in rural areas while expanding solar and water education programs.
Eighteen winners are associated with the College of Engineering
Third-year student Steffany Yang represents the College of Engineering and is the chair for the Committee on Academics and Student Affairs
The programs have 20 spots open for interested participants
Michelle Falcon Mujica is active in the electrical engineering and renewable energy programs
Kostas Alexis has been named a 2020 Rising Researcher
A National Science Foundation grant will support the creation and maintenance of the thioester-active enzyme (ThYme) database in the College of Engineering.
The bi-annual competition offers opportunities for computer science and engineering students to hone their skills
Valeria Nava, senior, and Lauren Mazurowski, graduate student, were among ten students and two alumni at the University to be honored
After 41 years of a distinguished career in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Saiidi will retire at the end of this semester
The student-nominated award recognizes the College of Engineering lecturer's commitment to her students in the lecture hall, the Zoom meeting room and the trebuchet field of competition.
Edwin Casildo Rios is the Senator-Elect for the College of Engineering
With the MidPac Conference cancellation, ASCE looks to showcase canoes soon
Researchers, faculty and staff respond to the call for resources and deploy makerspace resources to support our healthcare heroes
With an online format, working professionals, their schedules and locations bring benefits not found in the usual classroom setting
The latest prestigious early-career awards will advance research in wildfire-smoke forecasting, battery performance and understanding brain function
First time all eight programs placed in top tier of universities
"As Fellow of the IEEE, Andy brought recognition to his department and to the University."
Andrzej Trzynadlowski has been at the University since 1987
DARPA Sub-T Challenge featured 10 international teams competing in abandoned nuclear power plant
Hosted by the University’s Cybersecurity Center, the program has grown to thirty faculty from eight disciplines
Eloisa Burton in the computer science and engineering department helped develop new autonomous robot capabilities with Ph.D. candidate Janelle Blankenburg
This event has grown exponentially since 2011
Free registration closes Feb. 25 for the 2nd annual conference March 2
Dr. Floris van Breugel studies insects for inspiration in designing robust and novel control systems for robots
DARPA Sub-T Challenge features 11 teams from around the world competing in abandoned nuclear power plant
University of Nevada, Reno pavement team completes a 5-year study to help improve nation’s highways
Emily Hand’s research will benefit society by producing techniques capable of recognizing faces in low-quality images seen in surveillance footage, human-computer interaction settings
Tanya Kelley named to guide the range of programs and services to encourage pursuit of research, scholarly and creative activities by undergraduates
Sustainable water management for economic growth and enriching the natural water environment
The publications reflect advancements in the engineering field
"As educators and mentors, our job is to light a fire within our students and help them see the possibilities of their talent, skills, and abilities."
Kelly Cross is also prominent in the engineering education program at the College of Engineering
Hyeun Joong Yoon, assistant professor of biomedical engineering, has created research opportunities for undergraduate students in his lab
Patented technology by College of Engineering faculty member may have application in clinical testing and bioassay processes
The innovative project requires significant interaction between engineers, social scientists and animal nutrition scientists
Experience VR like never before at the Libraries annual VR|AR Meet-Up Nov. 1, 3-5 p.m. Faculty will present research projects that incorporate VR or AR technology in their work.
Rebecca Histed, graduate student, won a prestigious National Science Foundation award and makes a difference in the mechanical engineering department
As national public-television show hits the air and the Internet, the experiential, makerspace culture continues to take hold on the University of Nevada, Reno campus
New capabilities for the seismic analysis of nuclear facilities funded by the DOE
Petros Voulgaris will join the University in 2020 to lead the new program, which will build on the College of Engineering's established research strengths in unmanned aerial systems.
The research, conducted locally, helps evaluate the role of potable water reuse in the Truckee Meadows
Provided by the Department of Education, the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering will use the grant for Ph.D. students
College of Engineering offers student participants the chance to visit places in Europe, Mexico and more
DARPA Subterranean Challenge features 11 teams from around the world
“We are so fortunate to have been able to hire such a promising group of scholars,” said Manos Maragakis, dean of the College of Engineering.
With a diverse group of researchers and expertise, the College can expect tremendous growth and instruction for students
Ravi Subramanian, associate professor of chemical engineering, won the Global Engagement award from the University
Cybersecurity community from the University also made valuable connections during the Wicked 6 Cyber Competition in Las Vegas
DARPA Subterranean Challenge features 11 teams from around the world
His career studying and improving engineering of bridges now shifts to building connections to resources, opportunities, colleagues
Bin Li, along with team of researchers, were recently featured in prestigious journal
Student club passionate about mechanics competes in Baja SAE competition against other colleges
University of Nevada, Reno hosts international summer session for nuclear packaging certificate
From photography to winemaking and illustration, professors in science and engineering combine passions for art with careers in STEM
Engineering faculty at Nevada’s research universities join with DRI to develop and host Robotics Academy of Nevada
Shamik Sengupta and Krishna Pagilla were honored with the professorship
Valeria Nava, McNair scholar, has also published a research paper in her field of study
Student members credit success to lessons learned in the classroom and in real world application
Materials engineering and science program helps Cayla Harvey travel and conduct groundbreaking research
The interdisciplinary research is between University researchers in the College of Engineering and the College of Science, along with associates at the College of William and Mary
These prestigious awards from the National Science Foundation benefit research opportunities for new faculty
2019 Outstanding Researcher award recognizes contributions of civil engineering professor Peter Sebaaly
Sharing knowledge and expertise for water infrastructure needs and economic growth
Engineering's Vollstedt and Anthropology's Smith honored
Community-based undergraduate researchers join with faculty mentors to explore problems and offer understanding and ideas to make a difference
Yu "Frank" Yang will be recognized at the "Honor the Best" ceremony on May 14
Open to the public, the event helped demonstrate the impact of engineering disciplines on everyday life
The open showcase features a wide variety of projects
The civil engineering department at the College of Engineering is working hard to implement superpave technology in the United States
Scientific disciplines appeal to students, and get them thinking about their future careers
Mercedes Anderson has been dedicated to the field of computer science and engineering since first stepping foot on campus
University joins with DRI and UNLV to announce new Tesla-supported programs to advance STEM interest and education
The College had a number of new programs ranked in 2019
James Kenyon named director of University of Nevada, Reno institute designed to complement and extend the energy, experience and potential in the neurosciences
The prestigious awards encourage research independence for new faculty in academic positions
One of five projects selected internationally as top outstanding engineering achievements in 2018
High school robotics team preps for international game competition in the Innevation Center’s Makerspace
Industry and academia leaders to join students in building stronger regional relationships, tackle challenges
Camps provide students with early engineering opportunities and resources
Kelly Cross researches stress in the engineering field, along with inclusivity for LGBTQ individuals and women of color
On February 21, major companies will recruit University students for beneficial roles in workforce
Lab enhances College's efforts to partner with local industry
CERBERUS team looks forward to DARPA Subterranean Challenge STIX Tests
The space is currently developing new technologies and services for engineering majors and more
SPIE is a professional society with more than 18,500 active members.
Topics such as regenerative braking, range extension and efficiency improvement of electric vehicles are being studied through test bench simulations
The University's program is working to integrate with its national counterpart
Ira Flatow, College of Engineering 2018 Distinguished Lecturer
Pennington Engineering Building features state-of-the-art research laboratories, teaching laboratories and collaborative spaces
College of Engineering presents annual community-oriented lecture Nov. 8
Team CERBERUS awarded prestigious multi-year DARPA Subterranean Challenge grant
New programs range from a minor in graphic design to a B.S. in biotechnology
Nanomedicine leader Nanovis agrees to use bioceramic coating developed through College of Engineering
Three University of Nevada, Reno alumni make Innevation Center their headquarters for new startup, Nevada JumpStarter
More than 1,700 incoming freshman – nearly half of all University of Nevada, Reno freshmen – to participate in program designed to increase college success
University of Nevada, Reno engineering team is making final preparations for their nationally televised maker challenge in Maryland
Assistant Professor of Psychology is developing an underwater VR headset as part of grant for NASA
Human-robot interaction will be the main focus among different fields of research
VR sickness to be studied by University of Nevada, Reno team
Past University research honorees offer faculty community a voice on campus and beyond
Four outstanding engineering students named to Biggest Little Makers team will represent Reno’s burgeoning innovation and maker culture
President's Medal and Honorary Degrees among awards to be presented
University uses interdisciplinary, holistic approach to finding solutions
College of Engineering research finds new reliable method for detection
The University of Nevada, Reno looks for success in the concrete canoe, steel bridge and water treatment events
The College of Engineering exchange program's summer courses allow students to quickly experience an overseas education
Engineering dean makes impact on campus, city, state and nation promoting research, education and workforce development
For more than two decades, Sherif Elfass has worked tirelessly to bring Muslims and northern Nevada closer together
$1 million focused dual ion-beam microscope for nanoscale and atomic scale materials
The College of Engineering exchange program works to give students the chance to study abroad in their area of research
Students can win a pizza or donut party for their class if they take and post a picture with #ShakeOutPizza
@Reality will provide the University community with a dedicated space, equipment, software and expertise to properly support experimentation, exploration of virtual reality and augmented reality mediums
University of Nevada, Reno leads effort to increase workforce in life sciences for Nevada industries
University of Nevada, Reno leads effort to provide solutions to sustainable clean water
Early-stage proof-of-concept funding applications now open for Nevada Research and Innovation Corporation program
Nearly 1,450 incoming freshman to participate in program designed to increase college success
Technology leader Switch provides critical data-ecosystem infrastructure to power Pronghorn, the University's new cluster, and the regional economy
Funding for College of Engineering building approved by legislature, signed by Governor
Greatest Show (& Tell) on Earth unites engineers, artists, scientists, crafters to share their hobbies, experiments and projects
A day of firsts –Nevada governor the first governor to arrive in an autonomous vehicle to the University’s first bill signing
Electrical engineering student earns top grade-point average, plans for a career as a physician
Students demonstrate various engineering projects to locals, including Washoe school students, during annual Senior Capstone Innovation Day
Senior engineering students to present capstone projects to businesses, public, campus Friday, May 5
Undergraduate Research develops resources to further facilitate students in pursuit of research in various fields
Eleventh hour canoe repairs lead to winning streak during racing competition
University of Nevada, Reno Honors students Aaron Unger and Shahil Pema are named 2017 Goldwater Scholars
Environmental engineer Frank Yang wins awards with environmental contamination work
Interactive and informative demonstrations get local kids excited about a future in engineering
College of Engineering stays at forefront of teaching with UAS minor degree program
Lab tours, aerial robot exploration demo, Carnegie Mellon University robotics expert featured
University of Nevada, Reno hosts symposium in Reno April 11-12, public invited this year
College of Engineering building community of robotics
Mechanical engineering department home to new Department of Energy funded program
Sid Pathak and his students’ work on carbon nanotubes will soon grace the lunar surface
Autonomous vehicles in search and rescue operations, emergency response topic of symposium
Coalition of partners launches Intelligent Mobility to develop and test solutions for safe, clean and efficient transportation in Reno-Sparks-Carson ‘Living Lab’
Mechanical Engineering technician discusses his passion for safety in the workplace and stars in the skies
A new approach to hand tracking brings immersive, affordable virtual reality to your phone.
Autonomous Robots Lab in College of Engineering integrating perception and intelligent systems into robotic vehicles
College of Engineering’s Hassan Masoud leads group in new modeling approach for droplet evaporation
Drone air traffic management concepts tested at NASA/University of Nevada, Reno’s lab at Reno Stead Airport
Super-elastic metals and bendable concrete composites used for first-in-the-world application in downtown Seattle
College of Engineering brings new documentary film to campus
New programs range from a minor in geography geotechnologies to graduate certificates in nuclear packaging
University earns top tier ranking and cited as one of nation's fastest growing universities
College of Engineering Distinguished Lecture Series features Jason Mendenhall
More than 1,000 incoming freshman to participate in program designed to increase college success
The University includes 50 National Merit Scholarship Finalists and 300 Presidential Scholars - and growing
College of Engineering students at the University travelled to Texas for annual competition
University of Nevada, Reno conducts full-scale pavement experiments to help agencies maintain roads
Engineering students from the University train K-12 students on engineering topics during hour-long, interactive productions
Engineering students compete in National Concrete Canoe Competition
Grant will enhance research to improve durability of structural steels
More than 2,700 degrees and certificates, a record, are presented during three Commencement ceremonies
Recipient of University’s 2016 Established Innovator Award is revolutionizing bridge engineering
Greiner, Scott and Yan recognized at 'Honor the Best' ceremony
Flirtey drone accepted into the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum collection
Senior engineering students share their capstone projects with locals at annual event
Colleges recognize students with top grade-point average at banquet May 11
Seniors in the College of Engineering will present their capstone projects during Innovation Day, May 6
NAASIC partners with NASA to benefit Nevada aerospace community
Engineering students look forward to upcoming national competition
University of Nevada, Reno proud to host annual series of engineering competitions on campus and the Sparks Marina
Three participants express the enjoyment and growth they experience from the annual engineering event
Symposium on UAS applications for search and rescue hosted by University of Nevada, Reno
Registration open now for symposium on drone and robotic applications for search and rescue
Sesh Commuri to help build industry collaborations through technical development at NAASIC
University hosts National Science Foundation summer program to support research, outreach and teaching
University's Western Regional Superpave Center working on formula to transform 30-year-old fuel economy predictions
Worldwide reaction sparked by project conducted by former students and lab of University’s VPRI
Assistant Professor Shamik Sengupta brings in $1.1 million to support research, outreach and teaching
Students, community attended the 2015 College of Engineering Distinguished Lecture Series
Xu’s research integrates data mining methodologies, statistical theory and database systems with cutting-edge technology to enhance traffic systems
Human-autonomous robot interactions being studied and programmed in College of Engineering
University of Nevada, Reno Innevation Center, ‘Powered by Switch,’ will propel innovation, economic impact
First-ever symposium on UAS applications for search and rescue hosted by University's autonomous systems center
College of Engineering Distinguished Lecture Series features Tesla CTO
University adds programs ranging from cyber security minor to graduate programs in neuroscience
University of Nevada, Reno, Flirtey and Drone America team with NASA
Fleischmann Planetarium and Science Center helps students from Academy of Arts, Careers and Technology design and construct space rover for competition
Civil engineering department to test soil/building interaction in world-renowned earthquake engineering lab
Civil engineering students finish sixth in national competition in South Carolina
Engineering students to defend national title in competition June 20-22
Majidi awarded and recognized as the 2015 Outstanding Graduate Student Researcher
Names of outstanding teaching, research honorees to be engraved in the University’s granite pillars
Canyon Springs High School graduate caps academic career as top-achieving student
Colleges recognize students with top grade-point average at banquet May 13
University of Nevada, Reno engineering students to present new products Friday, May 1
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
Consortium of 12 museums on and near the University of Nevada, Reno hosts May 2 event
University of Nevada, Reno faculty member Henry Fu receives Ralph E. Hoeper Endowed Professorship
Leadership, academic excellence and a passion for clean energy factor into $5,000 award
Twelve museums connect for community event
Washoe County students participated in labs and demonstrations with University students, faculty and staff
NSHE Board of Regents honors computer science engineering professor with 2015 Rising Researcher Award
Engineering students will head to the National Concrete Canoe Championship races this summer for the 10th time in a row
Engineering students leave for Mid-Pac regional competition April 2-4
Ian Buckle and Ahmad Itani recognized for seismic bridge design work
Development Technician praised for professional proficiency and interpersonal style
University of Nevada, Reno earns four graduate school, 23 graduate program rankings
Nevada Dynamics wins $50,000 Sontag Entrepreneurship Competition award
Disney Imaginations finalists accept internships with company
NAASIC business director outlined history, state of the industry, University innovation
New innovative design and materials shaken at University’s Earthquake Engineering Laboratory
Team presents innovative transportation/entertainment design at Imagineering headquarters
Grand-prize-winning video shows how engineers can safely design bridges and buildings
2014: Earthquake Engineering's cool building, a student's triumph and renowned Shakespeare expertise
College of Engineering team designs innovative entertainment transportation experience
University and Washoe County School District partner to provide STEM tutoring for high school students
Sen. Reid hosts national, state and local experts at event at University’s Lawlor Events Center
Students, faculty, industry leaders, agency reps participate in informal forum on geothermal in Nevada
October Employee of Month Dimuzio honored for exemplary and helpful service
Segment aired as part of Loma Prieta earthquake anniversary coverage
Innovation hub includes active research in robotics, drones and more, plus collaboration with industry, K-12, state agencies
Mary (Missy) Cummings to speak at the College of Engineering Distinguished Lecture Series Oct. 18
Lt. Col (ret) Warren Rapp hired to build industry collaborations, economic development
Ranked among the nation’s “best national universities”
Colleges contributes to economic development through workforce development, research, and industry collaboration
Flirtey and University of Nevada, Reno sign R&D partnership
NevadaFit expanded to all colleges to drive student success
University libraries offer makerspaces rich with possibility by providing new technology and tools that enable design, prototype and creation
University’s new Earthquake Engineering Lab runs multiple shake-table experiments
Projects underway at world-renowned lab
Team of 16 civil engineering students travels to Pennsylvania after sweeping regional competition
First-ever camp for high school students at University addresses aerospace, aviation, UAS
Team of 16 civil engineering students travel to Pennsylvania for championship canoe races
University recognized best-and-brightest scholars during sixth annual signing ceremonies
Long-term plan calls for construction of new, large-capacity residential hall and retention of historic, architectural characteristics
Award recognizes early career success, funds research of Engineering's Yantao Shen
Carson High School graduate caps academic career
Offers academic buffet for tailoring degree program, contributes to student employability
Names of outstanding teaching, research honorees engraved in University’s granite pillars
Colleges recognize students with top grade-point average at banquet May 14
Reno middle schools visit University for engineering workshops and demonstrations
Senior Capstone Innovation Day Friday, May 2
Sachin Mehta will work with government officials during nine-week program
'Most Significant Bit' to emphasize increased participation of women in computing and IT programs
Dana Edberg from Business and Candice Bauer from Engineering are 2014's top teachers
University’s team heads to nationals for ninth year in a row after sweeping the competition in all canoe categories
Students learn teamwork and gain real-life experience in collegiate competitions
Award recognizes early career success, funds research
Team of 16 engineering students form five teams for three races in regional Mid-Pacific Conference
University of Nevada, Reno earns four graduate school, 24 graduate program rankings
University provides engineering students a resource for success
New U.S. Army contract funds initial phase of development of innovative autonomous aerial system
Installation of state-of-the-art equipment continues in world-renowned lab
Mechanical engineering associate professor talks Nano Ski technology in “Science of Sports” series
Innovative multi-disciplinary approach to build new and existing programs
Noah Finkelstein will give lecture on improving student engagement in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics classes
University of Nevada, Reno partners with industry, state to enhance education, research and outreach in support of unmanned aerial system development
New position created in collaboration between Colleges of Education and Engineering
Industry partners help support computer science education as part of international event
Expanded Earthquake Engineering Lab nears completion as other major University construction projects move forward
Civil engineers to lead $1.4 million multi-state project to make roads safer, improve infrastructure, enhance workforce development
550,000 Nevada participants, including the University of Nevada, Reno, will practice for an earthquake
University of Nevada, Reno reaches $2 million in funding for renewable energy research since 2003
College of Engineering presents Distinguished Lecture Series
University of Nevada, Reno’s Eelke Folmer receives Google Research Award to fund research
Engineering student blends music, engineering during summer internship
Article in Science magazine by University of Nevada, Reno and University of Iowa shows research results
Program to enhance economic growth, workforce development for Nevada
Student success, quality of faculty help University crack U.S. News' 'best' rankings
Computer Science and Engineering professor's project one of only three cited in official announcement of award
New program aims to make high school students aware of opportunities at University of Nevada, Reno
Students 18 and younger participate in camps ranging from athletics and engineering to 4-H and music
Team holds final practice Saturday morning before leaving for Illinois
University of Nevada, Reno to build cyber infrastructure, workforce development related to NSHE-wide project
Iain Buxton, Dhanesh Chandra and Eric Rasmussen recognized at Honor the Best ceremony this month for outstanding research and teaching achievements
New engineering class offers area teachers STEM skills and resources
Research will explore microorganism mobility in the body and the environment
Week-long program aims to educate about careers in engineering
College of Engineering graduate recognized for engineering work in the U.S. Navy, more than 30 years of military service
University of Nevada, Reno research to benefit biofuel production and other biological processes
Panelists discuss advantages of start-ups and established companies, give tips on staying current in an evolving field
Middle and high school students tour campus labs as part of 11th annual Engineers Day.
Eelke Folmer making strides in computer science and engineering profession
Final high-acceleration tests held at world-renowned engineering lab
Beats Berkeley and seven others, qualifies for June nationals in Illinois
College of Engineering graduate honored by national award, credits University for career success
Online program teaches professionals, government officials variety of renewable energy topics
U.S. News and World Report releases annual compilation
Young scientists compete for national tournament placement at state event at University of Nevada, Reno March 2
Funds, materials and motivation go a long way for SAIWI students in Panama
One of several industry-specific educational programs the University has offered
School of Journalism's Bob Felten honored not once, but twice, by Senior Scholars
Mechanical Engineering receives $1.2 million NSF grant for new science/engineering initiative
Science in the K-12 Schools: Oh my.....do we have it WRONG!” lecture Nov. 8
Global perspective mission is central to the College of Engineering’s goals for students
University engineering team finds elusive self-healing formulation
24,500-square-foot expansion to earthquake engineering lab holds "topping-out"
Inaugural fair and new support coordinator prepares students for the future
College of Science seismological lab uses drill to help Nevadans learn, prepare for earthquakes
Trade mission delegation to explore business opportunities and encourage investment in Nevada
National Network for Earthquake Engineering Simulation joins challenge to provide K-12 students a creative introduction into engineering field
Internationally recognized for his research in seismic performance of bridges, large structures
“America’s Cup of Civil Engineering” brings 21 universities to Reno/Sparks for 25th annual event
25th Annual ASCE National Concrete Canoe Competition to be held in Reno/Sparks June 14-16
Low-cost accessible software uses smartphone and robot technology
The College of Engineering was excited to host more than 200 students who came to the University to make ice cream from liquid nitrogen, play with artificial intelligence robots and levitate steel balls for the 10th Annual Engineers Day
French engineers attempting to travel more than 15,500 miles in eight months across 17 countries
Engineering, Business, School of Medicine highlight list of twenty programs
New partnerships to enhance graduation, retention of engineering students
Enrollment now open for new spring semester online courses
Center for Renewable Energy works to clear ideas, resources
Eelke Folmer receives $420,000 NSF grant to explore new avenues of research into exergames
University of Nevada, Reno College of Engineering’s annual lecture series to discuss earthquake safety in Nevada, kicks off Oct. 6
Full-size pickup trucks on bridge deck to add important data to be used for new design standards
NV Energy supports commuter program through electrical and biomedical engineering department
Women in Science and Engineering program marks fifth year and largest class ever
Landmark earthquake research to help set new regulations for power plants, other critical structures
From teaching to research to student advising, Nevada faculty earn acclaim
Summer internships at two renowned NASA research centers leave lasting impression for engineering students.