The Long Campaign
How the work of Anne Howard and her colleagues led to Women's Studies at the University
Encountering Women in History: North American Women’s Letters and Diaries
The University Libraries’ North American Women’s Letters and Diaries database offers an unparalleled view of women in history.
Inaugural International Women’s Day Award for Inclusive Practices awarded
Computer Science and Engineering graduate student Autumn Cuellar has been named the inaugural recipient of the International Women’s Day Award for Inclusive Practices.
Mary Turner, M.D. ’73, a pioneer who never intended to blaze a trail for women
Dr. Turner was the only woman in the University of Nevada School of Medicine inaugural Class of 1973
The Society of Women Engineers connects students with industry
Evening with Industry brought 65 students and 11 companies together to help students and new graduates prepare themselves professionally to become engineers.
Northern Nevada Pride LOVE
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NSF CAREER award leads to better batteries, a more diverse scientific community
Last year, Mechanical Engineering Assistant Professor Feifei Fan earned a National Science Foundation CAREER award for her research on lithium-ion rechargeable batteries. She shares the scientific, commercial and societal implications of the project.
Faces of the Pack: Six seconds to history
The College of Engineering recognizes the contributions of its exceptional alumni like Sierra Gonzales through its Profiles in Excellence series.
A shared humanity
Four leaders in the College of Science share their perspectives on success, leadership and identity
Black at the Pack: “We strengthen each other”
Faculty affinity group helps grow Black community on campus, taking aim at recruitment and retention where cultural identity and professional responsibilities intersect
Lynda Wiest to receive the 2021 AWM Louise Hay Award for Mentoring
Over two decades of furthering gender equity in math and running week-long camp culminate in multiple instances of national recognition
College of Liberal Arts lecture series bring topics of diversity, politics, society and more
Departments and programs in the College of Liberal Arts host weekly, biweekly and monthly lectures throughout spring semester
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
Providing support and inspiration for female scientists and engineers at the University of Nevada, Reno.
Are female leaders better during a pandemic?
University of Nevada, Reno Political Science Associate Professor Robert Ostergard and colleagues examined 175 countries for recent article
All American: the giant legacy of "Little" Joe Bliss
Inaugural Wolf Pack Hall of Famer and two-time All-American NCAA champion boxer Joe Bliss was a Paiute icon who left a lasting impact on his community and the University
Wiest receives Willystine Goodsell Award for Advancing Women in Education
American Educational Research Association acknowledges professor as she enters the 25th year of her career
Journalism professor appointed to inaugural board of influential professional diversity forum
Caesar Andrews elected to the Journal-isms Inc. Board of Directors
‘Let’s Talk About Race’ webinar series hosted by Equal Opportunity and Title IX Department
Creating a safe place for staff and students to talk about race in the University community
Latinx DACA Students Contend with Adversity at Universities
Matthew Aguirre sheds light on the unique university experience of Latinx DACA students
UNPACKED: Donald Easton-Brooks leads as an example of the power of education and perseverance
With an expanded name to reflect today’s challenges, the College of Education and Human Development strives to build a national reputation focused on learning, research and innovation
What is a Hispanic-Serving Institution, and what does becoming one mean for the University?
Assistant Professor of Higher Education Leadership Cynthia M. Alcantar looks at what being HSI designated means for the University of Nevada, Reno and how close we are to it
Noticiero Móvil celebrates fifth anniversary
Student-run multimedia news outlet provides Spanish and English content for Reno’s diverse community
The Sandoval presidency: What will it look like?
The former two-term Nevada governor expresses "daily goals" and "big goals" for the University
COVID contact tracing: the people behind the calls
School of Community Health Sciences provides critical COVID-19 services through its Nevada Public Health Training Center
Sierra Hall mural makes bold statement on diversity, equity and inclusion
Mural dedication event planned to honor the public artwork
College of Liberal Arts faculty research and write on topics of racism and social justice
From the history of religion and Black culture to a modern global issue of racism, faculty examine the evolution of social justice movements
Lahontan Cutthroat Trout thrive at Paiute’s Summit Lake in far northern Nevada
University collaborates with tribe to protect the longest self-sustaining population of trout
Nevada ASUN redesigns logo In support Of LGTBQ+ communities
In anticipation of Northern Nevada Pride, the Associated Students of the University of Nevada made changes to their logo on social media and elsewhere
While displaying the flag is seen as a small gesture of allyship, opportunities are endless when supporting and amplifying LGBTQ+ voices.
Service-learning course helps Northern Nevada Latinx community
Spanish major translates legal documents to aid in immigration, adoption and social justice matters in local community
"I aided children to be adopted, immigrants to migrate...I had applied concepts, theories and practices from the classroom to the work environment in our own society of Reno, Nevada."
Outdoor track at correctional facility helping women take healthy steps
Extension partnership helps address root causes of incarceration and reduce recidivism
Women in engineering are leading and succeeding
Enrollment during Fall 2019 semester shows 553 female students in engineering, or 18.5% of the program
LGBTQ+ teaching mentorships need growth in diversity in education
Study published on needs for support for future teachers identifying as LGBTQ+
The story of Juneteenth's AB 174: 'A short bill with a mighty purpose'
The passage of AB 174 in 2011 shows how people and a proclamation now come together in Nevada each year in observance of Juneteenth
Graduating senior Anthony Martínez wins the 2020 Henry Albert Senior Public Service Award
Triple-major in the College of Liberal Arts wins service award for extracurricular activities
Actions to address racism on campus
A letter from President's Council and the Academic Leadership Council outlining immediate actions to be taken against bigotry and hate
"Three or four thousand women with three or four thousand stories..."
Healthy Steps to Freedom: helping women battle addiction
Student documentary recognized as Webby Award People’s Voice Winner
Journalism students win student video category for “Rainbow Rodeo”
Reynolds School alumnus wins BEA top paper in audio media division
Prince Nesta recognized for research about impact of podcasting on the changing African narrative
Building trust between Native American communities and educational institutions
Journalism professor responds about how to address contemporary issues faced by local tribes