Faculty | University of Nevada, Reno
More than 2,600 incoming freshmen to participate in program designed to increase college success
Las Vegas Native, biomedical and electrical engineering student and McNair Scholar Anjana Dissanayaka talks about the first ELISA he completed plus making a presentation 'the best it can be.'
MyNEVADA/PeopleSoft will soon undertake a required technical upgrade resulting in a new look and feel. This upgrade requires a system outage from Wednesday, Sept. 18 (3 p.m.), and back up Monday, Sept. 23. For more information, please visit https://www.unr.edu/mynevada-20-help/upgrade.
Main Pedestrian Sidewalk Closure - Between Reynolds School of Journalism and University Arts Buildings
The main pedestrian sidewalk between the Reynolds School of Journalism and University Arts Building Monday, Aug. 12, through Friday, Aug. 16. A contractor will be installing a drainage trench in the main pedestrian sidewalk between Reynolds School of Journalism and University Arts Building. Pedestrian traffic may travel between upper and lower campus on the sidewalks immediately east and west of Reynolds School of Journalism. Cart traffic may travel between upper and lower campus using the roadway between University Arts Building and Church Fine Arts (west of University Arts Building). Thank you for your patience as we make improvements to our campus. To report a Facilities emergency, call 775-784-8020.
Deli NV in the Pennington Student Achievement Center will be closed Aug. 5-9 to undergo a change in concept and rebranding. This new dining venue will better align with the goals of Nevada Dining to increase efficiency while continuing to deliver high-quality meal choices. The existing sandwich and salad venue, Deli NV, will change into crEATe, a chopped and wrapped salad concept. Guests will have a wide variety of delicious vegetables, proteins, toppings and made-in-house dressings to select from and will have the option of getting it in a salad bowl or as a wrap. There will be coffee, bagels and hot breakfast sandwiches for morning patrons.
"'University of Nevada, Reno’s Intelligent Mobility Initiative Selects Filament’s Blockchain IoT Technology for Autonomous Vehicle Smart City Project" - Filament and the University's Center for Applied Research partner on a smart city mobility initiative using blockchain technology to attest autonomous vehicle-to-infrastructure communications and improve safety...Read more at globenewswire.com