Floris van Breugel awarded prestigious Air Force Research Laboratory grant
Van Breugel is one of 36 scientists to receive $450,000 through the Air Force's Young Investigator Research Program (YIP) from the Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR)
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.
New Ph.D. program will improve engineering education for all learners
The College of Engineering aims to improve classroom practices and increase diversity in the field.
CREATE program welcomes second cohort, celebrates successful first year
The NSF-funded program aims to recruit, retain and engage academically talented engineering students through scholarships and academic support services.
Krishna Pagilla has been elected a fellow of the ASCE
The election honors Pagilla’s more than 25 years of experience in water and wastewater treatment engineering, water resource recovery, water reuse, and environmental molecular biology and biotechnology.
The College of Engineering is on the move
As the fall semester begins, the College of Engineering is moving into the new William N. Pennington Engineering Building
Water research leads to prestigious scholarship
Environmental Engineering Ph.D. candidate Lydia Peri recently earned the Water Environment Federation’s WEF Canham Graduate Studies Scholarship for her work in water purification.
Environmental engineering students receive research fellowship award from National Science Foundation
Valeria Nava, senior, and Lauren Mazurowski, graduate student, were among ten students and two alumni at the University to be honored
Mae Gustin's grounded research leads to new understanding of what’s in the air
Study of atmospheric pollutants by 2018 Regents’ Researcher of the Year contributes new insights into a global challenge
McQueen teacher’s cybersecurity RET at the University leads to role on national committee
Carolyn Hughes will serve on a national committee to determine cybersecurity education standards, thanks to a University of Nevada, Reno cybersecurity Research Experience for Teachers program