State Climatologist shares a quarterly update about Nevada’s ongoing drought
Support from the national bicyclist organization continues after the Reno-Sparks area was selected as one of five communities nationwide to host a Bicycle Friendly Community Workshop.
A multi-centennial drought termed the Late Holocene Dry Period could serve as a map for future climate projections, Indigenous human responses a model for resilience and adaptability
Nevada has been experiencing drought after drought
Department of Geography professor will use her professional experience to help remedy past erasures
A Robert Wood Johnson Foundation grant helps geographers, health scientists and community leaders identify areas of need
Among the awardees are Las Vegas’s city planner, a globe-trotting fish biologist, a psychologist providing culturally sensitive services and more
Yerington nears the completion of a USDA-funded project to remove and replace the rural Nevada city's 100-year-old sewer and water systems.
Alumnus of the Department of Geography’s Land Use Planning Master’s program aims to address climate change and invest in climate-smart infrastructure in rural Nevada
Researchers from the Department of Geography are making use of new drone technology with support from the Global Climate Change Foundation.
College of Science researcher leading one-year project to address urban and rural water issues
Longtime University of Nevada, Reno faculty member brings experience to new position after Sierra Nevada University acquisition; appointment to begin July 1
Creative strategies needed to address long-term shortages, say three University of Nevada, Reno professors
Protect Our Winters group featured in "Winter Sports are on Thin Ice"
Two graduate students in the geography program spotted a new behavior in a lizard species.
College of Science study finds climate change a factor in decrease of snowpack in the Western United States
Through research and mapping, geography graduate student and member of the Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe Autumn Harry recognizes Indigenous place names to honor her Numu (Northern Paiute) homelands.
Dr. William F. Tate IV speaks with the College of Science about his research revealing the uneven contours of the education pipeline.
The College of Science and Mackay School honored an impressive group of alumni at the annual Alumni of the Year reception on September 25.
The Sept. 23 conference will discuss how climate change is impacting Nevada
Professor of Geography and US Army veteran paratrooper Ken Nussear participated in the 75th anniversary reenactment of D-Day
The Mackay Muckers had enough female recruits for both men's and a women's teams for the first time in five years.
A look back at some remarkable images from the Mackay School's past.
Service learning opportunities offered in the geography department at the University of Nevada, Reno has students building community ties for marginalized populations
Noelle Ruggieri grows as a dancer and choreographer after summer internship
Through Community-Based Research, students explore problems and offer understanding, tools and ideas to make a difference
Sugar Bowl Resort, University partner to study regional weather, climate and water impacts for California and Nevada
Researchers reconstruct the relationship between changing sociopolitical conditions and their effect on the landscape.
Each Monday, explore the many amazing minerals, fossils and historical objects on display at the W.M. Keck Earth Science and Mineral Engineering Museum with curator Garrett Barmore.
College of Science-led multi-institution study focuses on southwest United States
University of Nevada, Reno associate professor Jill Heaton's work in the southern African nation benefits students both there and here
New programs range from a minor in geography geotechnologies to graduate certificates in nuclear packaging
As appointees to the Nevada Drought Forum, Doug Boyle and Mark Walker will help set the course to water sustainability for Nevada
University of Nevada, Reno chosen for first-of-its-kind scientific gathering
International workshop to discuss socio-ecologic issues of mountain environments
Peter Goin has been using his photographs and those of others to research the visual history of Lake Tahoe for 25 years.
College of Science forest researcher to study climate, environment over past centuries
Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology guides “Tuff All Over: Exploring Faulted Volcanic Terrain in the Painted Hills, Virginia Mountains, West of Pyramid Lake"
University student club offers high-adrenaline film night to fund educational events
Heads State Climate Office in College of Science public service department
Nationally recognized map maker dodges bear to study at the University