Story | 2/5/2018

The Keck Museum houses the only public collection of fossils found at the Carson City trackway.

Story | 2/5/2018

Philipp Ruprecht and team get treated to several eruptions in trek on northern peninsula

Announcement | 2/5/2018

In order to address the issues of prescription drug abuse in Nevada and more effectively utilize the PDMP, this project will encompass multiple new types of analysis of the PDMP aggregate data. The grant creates “problem indicators” to identify populations at high risk of prescription drug addiction and abuse. Geographical analysis will enhance the Board of Pharmacy’s ability to identify “problem areas” (medical complexes, pharmacies, etc.) and this may allow for targeted interventions. For more information, contact Emmanuel Barthe at or at 775-784-6334.

Story | 2/2/2018

Lei Yang is using information from individual wind turbines to create wind power data models

Story | 2/1/2018

Feb. 21 presentation offered at eight locations statewide for community leaders and others

Blog | 2/1/2018

The multimedia production specialist for University Libraries talks about virtual reality culture and emerging technology on the University campus.

Story | 2/1/2018

University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine Dean Thomas L. Schwenk, M.D. honored for service to community

Blog | 1/31/2018

Workday's roll-out to campus is complete, and there are many resources available for those who need help with the new system

Story | 1/31/2018

The museum has collected art and educated the community for more than 70 years and now prepares to move nearly 5,000 art pieces to new building

Announcement | 1/31/2018

The Graduate School and the Graduate Student Association are again co-sponsoring the Three Minute Thesis at Nevada (3MT@NEVADA) competition. This year’s program will include doctoral dissertation, master’s thesis and professional project categories. The preliminary rounds are scheduled for March 26, 27 and 28, 2018 at 7:00 pm in the MIKC Wells Fargo Auditorium, with the top ranked contestants advancing to the final round on Thursday, April 19, 2018, again in the MIKC Wells Fargo Auditorium. For additional information, including competition and judging rules, and to submit an entry, go to

Story | 1/30/2018

Mascot costumes are wearing thin for Alphie and the rest of the Pack. Show your support, and donate today!

Announcement | 1/30/2018

This year we are seeing a nationwide flu epidemic. As we begin this spring semester, we have already seen a high number of influenza cases on our campus. Based on guidelines from the CDC, we are asking students, faculty, or staff who develop flu like symptoms to stay home from school or work until 24 hours after their fever has resolved without the use of fever reducing medications. We are hopeful that these preventative actions will help decrease the spread of this flu virus. We are asking your cooperation as faculty in the following ways: 1) Faculty members are asked to be flexible with regard to student attendance policies and to not penalize a student for missing a class due to flu like symptoms. 2) Faculty are also asked to be flexible in assisting students who need to make up exams or assignments due to flu like illness. 3) It would be helpful to have as much course content on the web as possible so that students can keep up with their assignments. 4)Ask students who are ill with the flu to communicate with you via telephone or email. Students should not be asked to provide a doctor’s note as this will cause further exposure to other students. We thank you for your cooperation in our preventative efforts on our campus. Remember simple steps such as handwashing, covering coughs and sneezes, and avoiding touching eyes, nose, or mouth can help prevent the flu. It is also not too late to get a flu shot! Sincerely, Cheryl Hug-English M.D., Medical Director Student Health Center