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Celebrating the University's sesquicentennial

Explore 150 years of Nevada stories
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Ask the Professor

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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.

Is your family eating enough of this food? | ¿Está consumiendo suficiente de este alimento su familia?

Fruit is an important part of a healthy diet | La fruta forma parte importante de una alimentación saludable

Top Stories

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Giving Day: The Wolf Pack Way

Help raise vital funds campuswide by donating to the area that matters most to you on Thursday, April 11

University of Nevada, Reno President Brian Sandoval named to State of Nevada Awards and Honor Board Selection Committee

Speaker of the Nevada Assembly Steve Yeager appointed President Sandoval and Former Governor Bob Miller for 3-year terms

NASA astronaut Eileen Collins shares stories at Women in Space event

Selected for the astronaut program in 1990, Collins was the first woman to pilot the space shuttle Discovery

Sesquicentennial license plate fundraiser: over $10,000 donated to Pack Provisions in the first five months

The ongoing fundraiser supports the University’s food pantry, providing healthy food for those in need

Latest News

A cheerleader, Brian Sandoval, Muge Akpinar and Jeff Thompson smiling while holding large commemorative scissors at the School of Public Health's ribbon cutting ceremony.

Grand opening of new School of Public Health building

Ribbon cutting ceremony marks the new home of the School of Public Health at the Edna S. Brigham Building

University of Nevada, Reno researcher takes on fight against deadly cattle tick

Pioneering researcher wins highly competitive Fulbright U.S. Scholar Award for collaborative international research project

Executive Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion announcement

Dr. Melanie Duckworth, who has been a member of our faculty for more than two decades, begins her appointment as the Executive Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion on June 1, 2024.

Editor's Picks

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Earth Month events focus on increasing campus sustainably, gardening, thrifting and more

Campus community asked to take the pledge to Make Silver and Blue the New Green

Anthropology doctoral candidate places second in regional Three-Minute Thesis Competition

Kendra Isable represented the University at the Western Association of Graduate Schools annual conference

A look at careers of substance and impact

In honor of Women’s History Month, faculty speak about their time at the University of Nevada, Reno

NASA astronaut Eileen Collins shares stories at Women in Space event

Selected for the astronaut program in 1990, Collins was the first woman to pilot the space shuttle Discovery