Building What Comes Next: The Campaign for the New Nevada
At the 37th Annual Foundation Banquet, the University of Nevada, Reno Foundation's largest fundraising event of the year, more than 750 University supporters enjoyed a keynote address by Dr. Vivek Murthy, the 19th surgeon general of the United States. The event also offered an opportunity to celebrate the progress of the University's comprehensive campaign, Building What Comes Next: The Campaign for the New Nevada. To date, more than $350 million dollars have been raised toward the goal of $500 million.
Joe and Joy Crowley Scholarship Endowment supports Dean’s Future Scholars
This scholarship endowment will support students pursuing an undergraduate degree who are participants in the Dean's Future Scholars program, which provides mentorship and guidance to low-income, first-generation students from sixth grade through college graduation.
Frazier leaves lasting legacy through endowed chair
Throughout his life, the late Don Frazier '96 (honorary doctor of humane letters) maintained a love of learning that led him to conduct fieldwork with Professor Emeritusn Don Fowler and to leave an estate gift to benefit archaeological work conducted by University students and faculty.
Jerry and Sharon Smith support Dean's Future Scholars
University of Nevada, Reno Foundation Trustee Jerry Smith '03 (honorary degree) and his wife Sharon have recently made a gift to establish the Gerald and Sharon Smith Dean's Future Scholars Scholarship.
Fatih Ozmen '81 M.S., '16 (honorary doctor of humane letters) and Eren Ozmen '85 MBA, '16 (honorary doctor of humane letters) have recently made a substantial gift to establish the Ozmen Institute for Global Studies.
Paul and Judy Bible University Teaching Excellence Award established, inaugural recipient named
Foundation Trustee Emeritus and Distinguished Nevadan Paul Bible ‘62 (economics), ‘09 (honorary degree) and his late wife Judy Bible ‘65 (elementary education) established the Paul and Judy Bible University Teaching Excellence Award to build morale and enthusiasm among University faculty.
My journey with libraries began in the age of card catalogs and microfiche and culminated with the opening of the Mathewson-IGT Knowledge Center, one of the country's most technologically advanced libraries.
Sparkmans make lasting contribution to the Dean’s Future Scholars
Professor of Educational Leadership William Sparkman and his wife Susan have recently made a gift to establish the William E. & Susan Forrest Sparkman DFS Scholarship Endowment to support alumni of the Deans Future Scholars Program.
Whatever change you want to see in the world—increased student success in and out of the classroom, innovative water management and conservation, improved earthquake preparedness, cultural expression through music and language arts, cutting-edge robotics—your vision is our mission at the University of Nevada, Reno.
The change you want to see starts with you. Each day, donations from our alumni and friends make a real difference in the lives of our students, faculty and community. If you already know what you would like to support, make a gift to Nevada today. To learn more about current projects and how your support makes an impact at the University, please explore the options below.
Our University community thrives through your generosity. Thank you for your support of the students and faculty at Nevada.