Research findings confirm Indigenous Americans took hallucinogens and created rock art
University of Nevada, Reno anthropologist performs radiocarbon analysis on Datura wrightii quids
Online town halls to discuss new rounds of Paycheck Protection Programs
Extension offering information on assistance programs, taxes and digital marketing for small businesses
“We are reconnecting through writing's reflections - reaching deeper, writing more authentically, learning and growing thoughtfully, and understanding the world around us more richly.” – William Macauley, University of Nevada, Reno professor of English
Dr. Cornel West student composition contest
Students are invited to create a composition to celebrate Dr. West’s work and vision, shared during his virtual visit with the University this month
Scientists keep watch on climate and weather as drought grips Nevada
Interdisciplinary approach from University of Nevada, Reno Extension keeps people informed and involved
Vision 2021 is an attempt to understand how the pandemic has impacted the state’s economy and how the state’s economy will continue to be affected.
Vision 2021: The Nevada Economic Forecast
College of Business invites business and industry leaders to attend informational online forum
Green industry trainings offered online
Extension classes teach green industry topics to become Nursery Worker Certified
“The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence plus character – that is the goal of true education.”-Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Three days of events planned leading up to Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service
The Center for Student Engagement encourages participation in this year's activities
Sierra Nevada Corporation forgoes holiday and year-end meetings, donates to College of Engineering
Donations were made based on Sierra Nevada Corporation employee recommendations.
Three faculty granted tenure in the Reynolds School of Journalism
Birkinbine, Crosswell and File promoted to associate professor on July 1, 2021
New, donor-supported equipment and infrastructure will advance research
Philanthropist and scientist Mick Hitchcock, Ph.D. continues to support scientific progress and research capacity
'Anyone can be a (mad) scientist' and other College of Science video competition winners announced
Students take home cash prizes for short videos depicting life as science students in annual competition.