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Check out research, profiles, stories, events and other University news collected for Native American Indian & Alaska Native Heritage Month.

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The war on cyberspace

Hackers, cybercrime and how pirate history is influencing the future of cybersecurity

Both pirates and hackers share a certain moral ambiguity in their actions – are they criminals or protectors of the little guy?

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Ask the Professor

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COVID-19 is still very much with us. Now what?

Nevada State Public Health Laboratory Director Mark Pandori, Ph.D., and Student Health Center Medical Director Cheryl Hug-English, M.D., discuss the latest in SARS-CoV-2 testing, developments, and health and safety

Medical students help Reno’s homeless and underserved amid COVID-19

Students help transient and low socioeconomic populations gain access to health and hygiene products

Why do masks make it so hard to understand each other?

Professor of linguistics Valerie Fridland breaks down the reasons why masked speech is difficult to understand

What is health literacy?

Health Literacy Month is here, and Dr. Alexandra Watson breaks down what that means and why it's important

Top Stories

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Researchers quantify carbon changes in Sierra Nevada meadow soils

Collaborative study indicates meadows hold promise to help control carbon released into the atmosphere

COVID-19 is still very much with us. Now what?

Nevada State Public Health Laboratory Director Mark Pandori, Ph.D., and Student Health Center Medical Director Cheryl Hug-English, M.D., discuss the latest in SARS-CoV-2 testing, developments, and health and safety

Two student veterans share their experiences and insight

Brian Kelley, president of the University's Omega Delta Sigma chapter, and Michael Hanson, president of Wolf Pack Veterans, talk about what Veterans Day means to them and a whole lot more

New vaccine for cattle protects against fetal calf loss from EBA – anatomy of a vaccine development

28-year CABNR collaboration with U.C. Davis sets stage for USDA approval of conditional vaccine license

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President Brian Sandoval and the other senior University leadership on the panel

University-wide meeting: 'This is why I know we're going to get through this'

Wide-ranging Zoom discussion stresses measures intended to meet the challenges of the coming months

Changing representation through documentary film

Journalism alumna Tsanavi Spoonhunter chronicles one tribe’s fight for food sovereignty in short documentary

New vaccine for cattle protects against fetal calf loss from EBA – anatomy of a vaccine development

28-year CABNR collaboration with U.C. Davis sets stage for USDA approval of conditional vaccine license

Pack turns the Fremont Cannon blue

Wolf Pack tops rival UNLV, 37-19, to regain the Fremont Cannon

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Tsanavi Spoonhunter stands in front of a forest backdrop wearing a Native American beaded collar.

Changing representation through documentary film

Journalism alumna Tsanavi Spoonhunter chronicles one tribe’s fight for food sovereignty in short documentary

Researchers quantify carbon changes in Sierra Nevada meadow soils

Collaborative study indicates meadows hold promise to help control carbon released into the atmosphere

Two student veterans share their experiences and insight

Brian Kelley, president of the University's Omega Delta Sigma chapter, and Michael Hanson, president of Wolf Pack Veterans, talk about what Veterans Day means to them and a whole lot more

Pack turns the Fremont Cannon blue

Wolf Pack tops rival UNLV, 37-19, to regain the Fremont Cannon