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Check out stories related to National Pride Month, including University and local history, student and faculty profiles, videos, campus news, faculty perspectives and more.

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Ask the Professor

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How much water do kids need in summer?

The amount of water a child needs varies based on their age, weight and activity level, as well as the temperature

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

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Nature article proposes new way to identify faults that might pose earthquake risk

The researchers found geometric complexity of nearby faults could play a role in the risk of earthquakes

Sagebrushers season 3 ep. 5: Dean Muge Akpinar

Akpinar leads the School of Public Health, molding the next generation of health professionals

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

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University of Nevada, Reno’s QLAB prepares for Pride Month

How the board empowers and supports LGBTQIA2S+ groups on campus

Nevada Museum of Art, Libraries partnership: A 360-degree view of Seven Magic Mountains

Libraries technologist to give Nevada Museum of Art “Art Bite” talk on Seven Magic Mountains VR project June 21, Noon at Museum

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Multicultural Center to celebrate Juneteenth at the 36th Annual Juneteenth Festival

Visit the Multicultural Center’s booth on June 16 at Rancho San Rafael Park

NSHE Board of Regents renews President Sandoval’s contract at the University of Nevada, Reno

The President has helped the University make great strides since his tenure began in October 2020

AsPIre working group provides community, networking for Asian, Pacific Islander faculty and staff

Co-chair of AsPIre Cydney Giroux discusses the group, why she finds it important and plans for the future

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