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.
Maria Emilia Guenechea Latino Medical Student Award Established
Dr. Wilfredo Torres '06 (mechanical engineering), '10 M.D. and his wife, Anna Torres '07 (biology), '16 M.D. have established this award to honor the memory of Maria Emilia Guenechea and the impact she had on Wilfredo's life.
Hitchcock establishes interdisciplinary program in the Reynolds School of Journalism
Mick Hitchcock '17 (honorary doctorate of humane letters) has worked for more than 30 years in the bio-pharmaceutical industry. Recently, he established the Mick Hitchcock, Ph.D., Project for Visualizing Science.
University Foundation Trustee Mark Denzler and Maria Denzler '78 (renewable natural resources) recently made a gift in support of the James C. ( Jack) & Mary A. Davis Endowment for makerspaces in the DeLaMare Library.
Do what you are passionate about. Sometimes, people prepare for careers that they think they will love, but when they get into them, it is not what they expected and they wind up feeling stuck. Do not be afraid to change career tracks and do something else.
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.
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.