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Healthy Steps to Freedom: helping women battle addiction – A look at the work being done by University of Nevada, Reno Extension inside a women’s prison and a women’s rehabilitation center to educate women on health and body image issues to help them recover from drug addiction and stay clean.

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Student with special needs on a tablet computer

Creating structure at home for children with disabilities

How to provide routine during stay-at-home orders

How to discuss racism topics in the classroom

Recognizing the intersections of race, class, gender and more in education

What is aphasia?

June is Aphasia Awareness Month, a national campaign dedicated to increasing public awareness about the language disorder and recognizing people who are living with or caring for people with aphasia.

Safety concerns for fresh produce increase during pandemic

Desert Farming Initiative gives tips for ensuring produce safety during COVID-19 outbreak

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Two hands. One painted in a rainbow fashion with a heart in the middle and the other unpainted. Both pinky fingers are touching.

LGBTQ+ teaching mentorships need growth in diversity in education

Study published on needs for support for future teachers identifying as LGBTQ+

Health care alumni share stories from the front lines

From why they entered the field to what a "regular" shift looks like, these alumni open up about their lives during the pandemic

The story of Juneteenth's AB 174: 'A short bill with a mighty purpose'

The passage of AB 174 in 2011 shows how people and a proclamation now come together in Nevada each year in observance of Juneteenth

Murals highlighting diversity going up on University campus

The University is getting two new art murals on Sierra Hall and Ansari Business Building that underscore commitment to diversity

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The Jot Travis Building in front of Manzanita Lake on the University of Nevada, Reno campus

The University of Nevada, Reno gains a new college this summer

Honors Program undergoing change into Honors College

One year after the Argenta Hall explosion, University resilience stronger than ever

Residential Life, Housing and Food Services, along with partners across campus, continue to move forward with grace, flexibility and commitment offering a quality student experience.

Outdoor track at correctional facility helping women take healthy steps

Extension partnership helps address root causes of incarceration and reduce recidivism

Society of Women Engineers provides key mentorship to women in engineering

SWE members experience networking and career opportunities while promoting gender quality in engineering and technology

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Two hands. One painted in a rainbow fashion with a heart in the middle and the other unpainted. Both pinky fingers are touching.

LGBTQ+ teaching mentorships need growth in diversity in education

Study published on needs for support for future teachers identifying as LGBTQ+

The story of Juneteenth's AB 174: 'A short bill with a mighty purpose'

The passage of AB 174 in 2011 shows how people and a proclamation now come together in Nevada each year in observance of Juneteenth

Murals highlighting diversity going up on University campus

The University is getting two new art murals on Sierra Hall and Ansari Business Building that underscore commitment to diversity

Barnes & Noble College to manage University bookstore operations

As part of the agreement, ASUN will again be able to offer student scholarships and funding for ongoing campus improvement projects.