Story | 7/19/2018

Collaborative effort provides essential resources to small businesses in Las Vegas area

Story | 7/19/2018

Glenn Miller studied roadside plant biofuel, cleaning up mining waste and protecting water sources

Announcement | 7/18/2018

Affected Dates: Monday, July 23, 2018, through Summer 2020. Description of Work: Construction of the new William N. Pennington Engineering Building will begin with demolition activity on the building site, which is located south of the Harry Reid Engineering Laboratory, between Evans Avenue and the campus portion of Record Street. This new four story, 110,114 square-foot engineering building will house 40 faculty offices, 150 graduate student work stations, more than 40 laboratories, a clean room, large-scale computer lab, a 200-student classroom and the offices of the Dean of the College of Engineering. Impact for Campus: - The Silver 12 parking lot on the west side of Evans Avenue will be closed for the duration of the project. - There will be intermittent sidewalk detours, road closures, and traffic control measures on Evans Avenue and on the campus portion of Record Street. - As utility shutdown and interruptions are scheduled, advance notice and details will be provided. - As campus and road access is impacted, advance notice and details will be provided. Thank you for your patience as we make this beautiful addition to our campus.

Announcement | 7/18/2018

Several sections of the University’s Administrative Manual have recently been updated. The amended sections with links are as follows: 1,940 – Policy on Religious Accommodation for Employees RATIONALE FOR CHANGE: Revisions were needed to correct an editing error in the previous revisions approved on June 12, 2018. 2,690 – Faculty Providing Scholarly and Professional Outside Compensated Services (Formerly “Faculty Providing Consulting Services”) RATIONALE FOR CHANGE: Revisions were needed to broaden scope of title and policy to encompass all outside professional activities. 3,100 – Internship, Service-Learning and Civic Engagement Policy RATIONALE FOR CHANGE: A new policy was created to define procedures for the development, implementation, and assessment of internships, service-learning and civic engagement experiences. Additional revisions address questions previously raised by Faculty Senate and other parties. 6,502 – Academic Standards RATIONALE FOR CHANGE: Revisions were made to clarify policy and add language outlining a scale of grade consequences for academic dishonesty.

Story | 7/17/2018

Crowdfunding used to finance research

Story | 7/16/2018

The JayJay Gallery in Sacramento will feature works by Mahedi Anjuman, Mark Combs and Teal Francis

Story | 7/13/2018

Cooperative Extension partners with community nonprofits to offer free family event July 25-29

Story | 7/10/2018

University Libraries launches new Reno Street Art Project collection in partnership with Artown Tuesday, July 17

Story | 7/10/2018

Cameron Strang is rethinking history with his new book 'Frontiers of Science'

Blog | 7/10/2018

The Reno Street Art Project, which uses all manner of expression to capture the changing aesthetic of Reno's landscape, kicks off July 17

Story | 7/9/2018

Middle and high school students completed three-week camp to learn Chinese language and culture