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A student’s creative dialog between four philosophers explores the importance of integrity in academics and win’s Ignite Integrity Contest.

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Summer & Fall Course Requests Due to Nevada Wolf Shop

SUMMER and FALL textbook course requests are due Thursday, March 15, 2018, to the Nevada Wolf Shop. The Wolf Shop needs time to research and source the least expensive options possible to pass along the savings to the students. Include information on access codes, online assignments, and/or supplies that may be required for your students. The Nevada Wolf Shop: Every Purchase Supports Every Student.

University Leadership Alliance Inaugural Meeting

For the first time, the University of Nevada Reno's four main governing bodies, Graduate Student Association, The Associated Students of the University of Nevada, Reno, Faculty Senate and Staff Employees' Council, are collaborating, 9 a.m.-noon, Thursday, Feb. 22, to form the University Leadership Alliance (ULA) in order to establish collective representation of the University community. At this meeting in the Joe Crowley Student Union Milt Glick Ballroom C, the ULA board (three executive members of each governing body) and University administrative leaders are gathering to discuss priorities, goals, new initiatives, campus diversity issues and other matters that affect the University community. The meeting is open to the public and will include opportunities for public comment and open discussion so that members of the campus community and other stakeholders can express their concerns to the ULA board and the University Administration. We hope that the meeting will provide a vibrant platform for enhancing transparency in communication between University administration and constituents. Contact your representative on the appropriate governing body to relay your input.

Revised: Campus Road Closure for South Medical Way Construction through Friday, Feb. 9

Facilities Services will make vehicle and pedestrian traffic improvements to South Medical Way. The work will include: conversion of the road to one-way traffic, new signage and markings, construction of a new sidewalk, curb and gutter on South Medical Way, and reconstruction of the existing sidewalk at the intersection of East Stadium Way and South Medical Way. South Medical Way will be closed to vehicles and pedestrians for the duration of the project, and will reopen as a one-way street in the eastbound direction. Access for all adjacent buildings will be maintained throughout the project. All parking on the south side of the Family Medicine Center (Brigham Building) and Nell J. Redfield Building will be closed for the duration of the project. Permit holders may park in other Silver 10 lots, or in the Tan parking lot, just north of Mackay Stadium. The stairs south of the Family Medicine Center (Brigham Building) and Nell J. Redfield Building will be closed for the duration of the project. Please email with any questions or concerns regarding this work.

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