NSF CAREER Award recipient Timur Tscherbul develops a new class of algorithms to help solve a ‘quantum physicist’s nightmare’
Through research and teaching assistant professor of physics explores Earth’s life-sustaining processes using quantum computation to describe chemical reactions
Eklunds, Crowell honored as Distinguished Nevadans
Couple who were mining industry pioneers and former Carson City Mayor honored
Every class 'should be the best class I’ve ever had'
The University’s Distinguished Faculty award tops Scott Mensing’s decorated career
Lily Liu selected as Spring 2021 Herz Gold Medalist
Biology major and dual chemistry, business administration minor, moves on to medical school
AAMC President and CEO David J. Skorton, M.D., on what’s to come for graduating medical students and the healing power of the arts and humanities
"This is a wonderful time to take a role in leading the country. Take care of yourselves and each other."
NSF CAREER award supports research designed to reduce carbon footprint of machine learning
Computer Science and Engineering Assistant Professor Feng Yan recently received a National Science Foundation CAREER Award that aims to improve the efficiency of machine learning.
Department of Anthropology hits a triple in the 2021 award season
Three College of Liberal Arts anthropology faculty members received notable University and Regents’ awards
'A deep manifestation of what is needed in the lives of everyone'
Commencement sites over the years have varied, but the value has been undeniable
Elizabeth Leger’s exceptional career “shows no sign of slowing”
Professor of Biology and Director of the Museum of Natural History named Foundation Professor for extraordinary record of achievement
School of the Arts launches virtual student exhibitions
BFA and MFA in Art student exhibitions are now available virtually
Pamela Sandstrom pairs mentorship with collaboration to engage her students in learning
Teaching Associate Professor of Biology receives the Regents' Teaching Award