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Campaign surpasses $500 million goal

To our Wolf Pack Family, thank you for helping us raise $502.86 million for students, faculty and programs.

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Nevada in the news

  • Everything Everywhere All At Once: How the Oscar-tipped movie made generational trauma a hot topic
    “There’s a reason why multigenerational trauma is now gaining traction. It’s because it’s helping people understand themselves better, and that has some validity to it,” said Kenneth Coll and Brenda Freeman, professors of counselling and educational psychology at the University of Nevada, who wrote the paper, Exploring Irish Multigenerational Trauma and Its Healing. - Inkl World News
  • Joining the Pack event invites high school students to the University of Nevada Reno More than 135 Reno-Sparks high school students will visit the University of Nevada, Reno campus on March 6 as part of the Join the Pack pilot program. The program targets high school students to encourage them to start thinking about college as an opportunity.  - Hinterland Gazette
  • Helping Nature Help Us
    The single species, one-at-a-time approach doesn’t make sense for insects because there’s so many of them, Matt Forister, an insect ecologist at the University of Nevada, Reno, told me. - NY Times
  • How teachers and students view and use ChatGPT artificial intelligence
    Jimmie Manning, a Communication Studies Professor at the University of Nevada, Reno is recommending his students to test the new technology as a guidance tool, rather than having it do all their work for them.
    KTVN Ch. 2

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