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  • Students Pitted Against ChatGPT to Improve Writing
    New University of Nevada online courses aim to teach future educators about AI limitations through competition. - Inside Higher Ed
  • University of Nevada, Reno graduation commencement approaching
    Seating for guests is going to open 90 minutes before each ceremony starts. There are going to be many stands around the quad with snacks and drinks available because the weather is supposed to be very warm this week. - News 4 Today
  • Nevada Field Day & Ag Expo 2024
    “This is a great time of year for people to visit the University of Nevada, Reno’s Valley Road Field Lab,” said Bill Payne, dean of the College. “There will be a lot to see and do, and it helps people understand how we blend the missions of the University in terms of teaching, research and engaging with our communities to serve Nevadans in their everyday lives.” – Einpresswire

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Ask the Professor

Gloved hands use a kitchen sponge to push food scraps off of a cutting board into the trash. In the pile are scraps of bananas, kiwis, oranges and other fruits.

How can I cut down on food waste?

Cut down on food waste with these 3 tips | Reduzca el desperdicio de alimentos con estos 3 consejos

Ask the Professor: Which bees will my garden attract?

A recently published article outlines the relationship between bee nutrition and flower visits

How can I tell whether the nutrition information I'm seeing online is true or false?

As you scroll through content on the Internet, consider these “warning signs” that what you are reading may not be entirely truthful

Milk: Can children drink too much?

Milk provides nutrients that are important for children’s growth and development. Too much milk, however, can be harmful.

Top Stories

President Sandoval stands at the podium in graduation regalia while giving his speech during the Spring 2024 Commencement Ceremonies. The sesquicentennial logo appears behind him on a PowerPoint along with "Spring 2024 Commencement."

University confers more than 3,000 degrees during spring commencement ceremonies

The class of 2024 was recognized over three days on the historic University’s Quad

Family-friendly casino areas contain unhealthy levels of second-hand smoke, new study finds

Unsafe levels were found regardless of size, age or ventilation system in the facility, according to School of Public Health study

Nevada Dining Wins OZZI Box 2024 Earth Day Contest

Leading the way in sustainable dining by opting for reusables

Affinity Graduate Celebrations to take place before commencement

The Multicultural Center is set to hold the celebrations to honor campus affinity groups

Latest News

Emily Thao-Singh posing for her grad pictures on the quad.

Grads Of The Pack: Emily Thao-Singh

Thao-Singh graduated from the School of Public Health and gave a speech at the Asian Pacific Islander Affinity Graduation Ceremony

Medical School class of 2024 commencement celebrates overcoming COVID-19 challenges

The University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine graduated 69 new doctors

Distinguished Nevadans honored by the University

Four individuals recognized with the most prestigious award by the Nevada System of Higher Education Board of Regents

Bible Teaching Excellence Award winner Pamela Sandstrom: 'The best part of my job is helping students'

Department of Biology students and faculty support Sandstrom in receiving this monumental achievement

Editor's Picks

President Sandoval stands at the podium in graduation regalia while giving his speech during the Spring 2024 Commencement Ceremonies. The sesquicentennial logo appears behind him on a PowerPoint along with "Spring 2024 Commencement."

University confers more than 3,000 degrees during spring commencement ceremonies

The class of 2024 was recognized over three days on the historic University’s Quad

Father and son set to receive doctoral degrees May 17

College of Engineering will graduate Jay and Nathan Thom with Ph.Ds in Computer Science & Engineering

Sagebrushers season 3 ep. 4: Associate Professor Thomas White

White works with some of the largest lasers in the world, some as long as three football fields