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.
International Women’s Entrepreneurship Symposium: Innovation in a Changing World
The top names in female entrepreneurship will present at one-day, virtual College of Business event on International Women’s Day, March 8
University student food insecurity on the rise
Pack Provisions, the University’s food pantry, is expecting the need for food assistance to double amongst students this academic year.
Warsaw School of Economics a key international partner for The College of Business
After one of its first trade missions with the Governor’s Office of Economic Development in 2017, the partnership has flourished with key research initiatives, faculty alliances and student exchange.
“Our partnership has been grounded in ongoing communication, collaboration and mutual respect.”
University welcomes the Class of 2024
Virtual and socially distanced in-person events offered to students as they return for the Fall 2020 Semester
Researchers say drone technology will change the face of last-mile logistics
Retail drone deliveries will significantly impact logistics networks over the next few years
The science of predicting economic growth or recession
University researcher helped develop the Logistics Managers Index, a leading economic indicator tracking inventory, warehousing and transportation, all key indicators of economic activity.
Nevada Ink assists Washoe County School District in printing remote learning packets
Working in shifts, and providing a price break to the school district, University employees continue to step up during this time of need and unprecedented shift in learning and education
“The University and Nevada Ink are happy to have helped WCSD in this time of unparalleled need.”
University Police Services partners with ASUN to promote pedestrian safety
A new ‘Red Zone’ campaign aims to get students off their phones and more mindful of traffic as they cross the street
University of Nevada, Reno signs contract for two interim housing facilities
Agreement procures 836 needed student beds for the 2020-2021 academic year
“Canyon Flats and Uncommon Reno will offer spaces for our residence hall students to succeed.”
International Women’s Entrepreneurship Symposium: Creating Value out of Chaos
The top names in female entrepreneurship will present at this two-day College of Business event March 9-10, directly following International Women’s Day
"While this event’s specific focus is on female entrepreneurship, it’s designed to be inclusive to anyone who would like to attend."
TEDxUniversityofNevada 2020 tickets on sale
Reno’s premier speaker event boasts a line-up filled with dynamic speakers and performers
Free tuition and books offered at the University of Nevada, Reno
‘Nevada Guarantee’ program ensures income-qualified students receive a four-year degree with little to no student debt
Capacity building in artificially intelligent mining systems
University receives $1.25 million grant to create an interdisciplinary team of professionals, partnered with the world’s largest mining companies, in order to advance technology and automation in mines.
Sturn Designs wins eighth annual Sontag Entrepreneurship Competition
The student-led company aims to design, manufacture and distribute four-season all-terrain vehicles
‘Sexual health education for individuals with disabilities: A call to action’
University researchers examine sexual health education resources for individuals with disabilities, discover barriers to education and lack of resources increase vulnerability.
Gov. Sandoval signs, seals and now University to deliver a new Engineering Building
A day of firsts –Nevada governor the first governor to arrive in an autonomous vehicle to the University’s first bill signing
University rings in a new era for the Thompson Building
The nearly 100-year-old building reopens as home to four vital College of Liberal Arts programs
Experts share data indicating the economic future of Northern Nevada is bright
University of Nevada, Reno and Wells Fargo The Private Bank forecast northern Nevada’s economy highlighting the area’s challenges and opportunities ahead