Faculty | University of Nevada, Reno
A day of firsts –Nevada governor the first governor to arrive in an autonomous vehicle to the University’s first bill signing
African American Music Appreciation Month: Music that speaks to us all, at all times
African American music has been the conscience and guiding light for the nation
The University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine (UNR Med) is conducting an internal recruitment for a Creative Director to join our Advancement and Engagement team. The Creative Director manages the visual identity for UNR Med branding, marketing and communications. Reporting to the Senior Director, Advancement and Engagement, the Creative Director is responsible for overseeing and creating the overall design and execution of a wide variety of highly strategic integrated marketing initiatives. For more information, contact Julie Ardito at 775-784-6001 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Governor Brian Sandoval and University President Marc A. Johnson invite you to attend a Signing Ceremony for Assembly Bill 69 – Autonomous Vehicles; Assembly Bill 522 – Nevada Teach; Senate Bill 546 – Capital Improvement Projects; Friday, June 16, 2017, 2 p.m., Milt Glick Ballroom C, Fourth Floor Joe Crowley Student Union. Reception immediately following. Please reply by Thursday, June 15, to Breanne Standingwater at email@example.com or 775-682-6022.
A contractor will repave a section of West Stadium Way, south of the West Stadium Parking Complex to the 15th Street traffic circle northeast of the E. L. Wiegand Fitness Center. The road will be closed to all traffic from Monday, June 19 through Wednesday, July 19, with limited access to the Lawlor loading dock. Please use caution while driving or walking near construction, and please do not enter barricaded construction areas. Thank you for your patience as the University continues to work on roads and parking lots. With questions or concerns, contact Project Manager Dave Carvin at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 775-345-4003.
How infidelity can ruin your health. Anyone who has been cheated on knows that the betrayal feels like it has a physical effect on the body, and now science appears to agree…Read story at DailyMail.com