College of Liberal Arts News

The College of Liberal Arts cultivates an environment of learning, discovery and expressing creativity. Our professors and students often are recognized for their scholarly and artistic endeavors. Read the stories that make the College of Liberal Arts home for tomorrow's leaders.

The flags of the Nevada Wolf Pack, United States of America and Q&D Construction hang from a steel beam.

University Arts Building Tops Out

Tallest steel beam was placed, marking a construction turning point and bridging Church Fine Arts with new structure

Allison Blair looks pensive with brick wall behind her

Allison Monterey Blair named University’s Spring 2018 Herz Gold Medalist

English and anthropology student earns top grade-point average, has passion for storytelling and helping prevent suicide

University of Nevada, Reno students pose for a photo each showing their winning certificate after the 2018 Model Arab League competition

University hails as three-time champions

Three years, three titles for the University's political science Model Arab League Team

Renata Keller profile photo and a book jacket image of her book, "Mexico's Cold War: Cuba, the United States, and the Legacy of the Mexican Revolution"

History and political science departments’ news worth celebrating

Multiple University professors and doctoral candidates awarded for successes

Natalie Van Hoozer

Spanish and journalism major brings more Spanish news to local community

Senior Natalie Van Hoozer is radio station’s first bilingual reporter

Shamik Sengupta in sandbox lab

Cybersecurity Center works to protect Nevada industry, individuals from cyber threats

University uses interdisciplinary, holistic approach to finding solutions

Joshua Nelson was selected as this year's Robert S. Griffin Medal winner.

University Debate Union award ceremony honors students and late University president

Joe Crowley posthumously awarded W. Clark Santini Cup

Student Jolene Norton holds up her report titled "Reno Local Food Assessment."

Developing regional solutions through undergraduate research

Through Community-Based Research, students explore problems and offer understanding, tools and ideas to make a difference

University of Nevada Lecturer Pamela Everett sits with newspapers which covered the murder and manhunt for her aunts in the late 1930s.

University lecturer publishes first book on personal true crime case

'Little Shoes: The Sensational Depression-Era Murders That Became My Family’s Secret' delves deep into triple murder case and how it affected University lecturer’s family

Three student singers from the Seattle Academy Choir

56th Annual Reno Jazz Festival winners announced

Three-day festival awards outstanding schools and performers from Nevada, California and Washington

Aqueelah Thompson

Meet the new College of Liberal Arts internship coordinator

The College of Liberal Arts hired a new position to increase student and community engagement

Nevada's Merci Train document

University students translate historic documents from Merci Train

Four students earn opportunity to help Nevada State Railroad Museum understand World War II artifact