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For more than two decades, Sherif Elfass has worked tirelessly to bring Muslims and northern Nevada closer together
Caitlin McKinney, records and registration coordinator in Enrollment Services, talks about the final grading process
On July 1, 2017, new accessibility policy and procedures went into effect. The policy and procedures are designed to ensure our information and communication technology (ICT) is accessible for all individuals. ICT broadly applies to all equipment and technology, from websites to PDFs, software to instructional content. Every division and college is responsible for monitoring, maintaining and resolving accessibility issues. All faculty and staff who handle content on the web, instructional or otherwise, should attend Basic Web Accessibility training annually.
The University of Nevada, Reno is committed to creating a culture of student success and completion. NevadaFIT is part of this commitment. Short for "Freshman Intensive Transition," NevadaFIT is a one-credit academic program that takes place the week before school starts: Aug. 18-23, 2018. All incoming freshmen from all majors are welcome to attend. The College of Science, the College of Agriculture, Biotechnology, and Natural Resources, and the College of Education have made the program mandatory for all incoming students. The NevadaFIT 2018 application is now live-apply now!
The University Libraries are happy to announce that Lynda.com online at https://lynda.unr.edu is available for the next three years to University users. Lynda.com provides expert level training on a variety of software and technology topics as well as relevant skills. The service can be accessed through a computer, tablet, or mobile device and it is available to all University students, faculty and staff by logging in to the system with their NetID and password. In order to facilitate the use of Lynda.com, a Lynda.com icon will be added to every University managed computer. We hope that you will take advantage of the service and use it as a learning tool in your classrooms and departments. For frequently requested training examples, please visit our website. If you have questions or concerns, please contact the OIT Service Center at Help@unr.edu. -Maggie Ressel, director of access services, University Libraries and TLT; firstname.lastname@example.org; 775-682-5653.
The University's Mariah Evans and Jonathan Kelley show in a recent study that a 10 a.m. start time for students aged 13-16 is better than an 8:30 a.m start time...Read Story at Frontiersin.org