New mechanical engineering professor assists with COVID-19 Risk Meter
College of Engineering Assistant Professor Aditya Nair is developing the predictive capabilities of the Truckee Meadows COVID-19 Risk Meter
Faces of the Pack: Tyreis Gatson
Mechanical engineering student lands internship with NASA
William Roser named fellow in the National Science Foundation’s Graduate Research Fellowship Program
The civil engineering doctoral student is also a GAANN Fellow focused on improving the earthquake-resiliency of structures to reduce their carbon footprint.
Olivia Tahti wins Madani-Gordaninejad Speech Competition
The environmental engineering student’s speech, “Still Water in Coal Run,” focused on the importance of ethical practice in water infrastructure engineering.
Mano Misra named 2021 University of Nevada, Reno Foundation Established Innovator
The award honors a career that includes 19 patents, 240 papers, and research funding totaling $35 million, in addition to mentorship of more than 50 M.S. and Ph.D. students.
IEA Women & Minority in Construction Scholarship established
The first recipients will be named in Fall 2021.
College of Engineering and its programs make 2021 U.S. News and World Report rankings
For the second year in a row, the College of Engineering and all of the ranking-eligible graduate engineering programs housed within it received rankings.
Two mechanical engineering graduate students named 2021 Roy G. Post Scholarship recipients
Ph.D. candidates Megan Higley and Frank Pulciano have received the Post Scholarship for their research in nuclear energy and packaging.
Faces of the Pack: Kelsey Scalaro
Engineering education Ph.D. student and CREATE program coordinator emphasizes identity and community for academic and industry success
A firm foundation when the ground is shaky
Researchers demonstrate the benefits of helical piles in withstanding soil liquefaction during earthquakes.
New roadside LiDAR sensors help build a safer transportation infrastructure
University of Nevada, Reno engineering researchers have expanded a network of LiDAR sensors to improve traffic efficiency, reduce accidents and facilitate the use of autonomous vehicles.
Janet Napolitano, former secretary of Homeland Security, to speak at University's 2020 Distinguished Lecture Series
Hosted by the College of Engineering, the community-oriented event will occur virtually on November 4.