From Singapore to Argentina, recounting the Nevada Global Business Program's first full year abroad since 2019

The College of Business completes seven Nevada Global Business trips in 2023

A group of about 30 people in business attire smile for the camera in a meeting or auditorium space.

Business graduates set records with the winter class of 2023

College of Business awards the most degrees during University’s Winter Commencement

7 MBA students in the center isle of Lawlor for Commencement.

EDAWN Coin presentations bookend 2023

Research & Innovation leaders recognized for contributions to Reno-Sparks regional economic development efforts

EDAWN Coin in clear plastic bag within a felt box

Beta Alpha Psi achieves Superior Chapter recognition at the College of Business

The Zeta Iota chapter earns honor for 17th year as a result of active engagement in professional and community events

Beta Alpha Psi team holds bags of apples next to a produce container full of apples while volunteering at the Food Bank of Northern Nevada.

Navigating the global gaming industry: A recap of the 2023 Executive Development Program

Sixty-four executives participated in EDP to work on strategic case studies and grow professionally

Group of EDP participants with faculty member Jim McClenahan.

Small business survey finds Nevada business owners facing similar challenges to those faced in 2022

Nevada Small Business Development Center examines the needs of small businesses around the state

A group of people pose holding certificates of completion in a room with a white wall behind them.

Faces of the Pack: Angelica Perez

Breaking barriers

Six people, five of them men, stand in front of the Mackay statue. All are wearing blue Mackay polos.

Lithium and EV Symposium unites industry stakeholders in Nevada

The College of Business hosts 125 stakeholders to ignite collaboration in the lithium and electric vehicle sectors

Dean Greg Mosier stands behind a podium speaking with a presentation screen to his right which has text welcoming guests to the symposium

Breaking ground on innovation: University reveals vision for new Business Building

College of Business leadership discuss exciting resources to be offered to students and faculty in fall 2025

Rendering of the finance trading lab with four students facing a professor and other students and financial data on the screen to the left.

2,200 students attend College of Business career events during the fall semester

The College’s events resulted in record attendance and vital professional connection

A student poses against a backdrop while a person to the right of the student faces him holding a camera and taking a headshot photo.

The Business Education Mission leads to connections with international markets and the hosting of foreign investment agencies

College of Business faculty plan future projects with global resources in small business development

Five faculty stand in front of a fountain outside of the International Economic Forum.

Beta Alpha Psi in the College of Business hosts the annual Meet the Firms Night

Accounting firms in Nevada and California network with students and plan out future careers and employment

Three student members of the Beta Alpha Psi co-ed fraternity pose in a ballroom at the Joe Crowley Student Union

The Northern Nevada International Center spearheads U.S.- Korea bi-lateral trade relations program with Korea

The U.S. - ROK Global Supply Chain Leaders Program aims to foster broader awareness of the U.S. - ROK bilateral trade relationship, and to gain a deeper understanding of how the two countries create secure, sustainable and resilient global supply chains

A large group of about 20-30 individuals in professional clothing smile on the steps of the Nevada Governor's Mansion

The College of Business greets more than 3,400 new and returning students for the fall 2023 semester

Students started the 2023 fall semester at the University of Nevada, Reno the week of Aug. 28, 2023

Three College of Business students posing with Dean Greg Mosier behind a decorated College of Business booth

The Small Business Development Center aims to assist businesses with survey

Data collected from the surveys can help small businesses tackle common issues

19 staff members of the Nevada SBDC pose together as a group.

Inaugural Reno Startup Week is Sept. 25-29

More than 40 free workshops, speaking and networking events; on track to be largest community-business event ever in Reno

Aerial view of downtown Reno, Nevada

Cary Groth receives recognition as a Game Changer

The Sports Business Journal highlights the Sports Management Program at the University of Nevada, Reno

Professional headshot of Cary Groth, director of the Sports Management Program

Faces of the Pack: Jessica FitzWilliam

Former Nevada Soccer goalkeeper provides insight to athletes on overcoming adversity within sports and life

Jessica stands in the quad with her graduation gown over her shoulder

The Nevada Small Business Development Center hosts a class series for entrepreneurs

NXLeveL classes will provide entrepreneurs networking skills and lessons from mentors on how to build a better business

20 students posing with NXLeveL certificates with SBDC staff members

Executive MBA graduation ceremony highlights College of Business graduate students and their achievements

Students reflect on accomplishing a master's degree in the College of Business

26 students posing with Dean Mosier and framed awards at the EMBA graduation ceremony

Young African leaders visit University of Nevada, Reno campus to collaborate in the fields of business and entrepreneurship

Mandela Washington Fellowship Program for Young African Leaders worked with faculty from the College of Business

23 African leaders of the Mandela Washington Fellowship Program posing in front of marble arch on-campus at the University of Nevada, Reno

Faces of the Pack: Ania Calvillo-Mason

First-generation student from the College of Business and startup champion proudly serves her community

Ania Calvillo-Mason smiling with an award and posing with an award announcer at the NCET ceremony

Nevada Global Business Program sends undergraduate and graduate students to London, England

Students visit businesses in London and attend classes abroad

A group of 26 students and three professors pose with a Wolf Pack flag and the London Eye ferris wheel in the background.

What food companies do not tell their customers about the health halo

College of Business researchers share ways to better understand the nutritional value of plant-based meat alternatives compared to traditional beef

a pair of hands holding up a package of Beyond Meat over a bowl filled with chopped vegetables

Meet your Nevada ASUN College of Business Senators

Student-run Senate empowers student voices and improvement at the University of Nevada, Reno

Photo collage of the four student Senators' headshots

International Trade Program draws connections with global companies through student research

The International Trade Program works to increase global exportation

The Ozmen Center for Entrepreneurship staff posed with Polish locals.

Sagebrushers season 2 ep. 7: Meet Cary Groth

Former Nevada Athletics director now oversees the College of Business Sports Management programs

President Sandoval sits to the left of Cary Groth in a podcast recording room.

College of Business hosts Nevada Tourism and Hospitality Industry Sector symposium

University of Nevada, Reno graduate students present to community organizations

A small group of graduate students posing with the lieutenant governor of in front of a projector at the symposium.

Nevada System of Higher Education Board of Regents approves University of Nevada, Reno Mathewson University Gateway Project

The agreement was signed on Friday, June 9

A group of men in business suits stand around a table as one man sits and signs multiple papers. All are smiling.

College of Business undergraduate attends United States Hispanic Leadership Institute

Andre Haro Perez shares his experience as a leader within his community

Seven students pose in front of a banner that reads "Welcome to the USHLI Conference"

Start-up school competition hosted by College of Business and Center for Analysis of Economic Reforms and Communication

Ten teams compete in Azerbaijan to launch their business in the United States

Ozmen Center mentors and start-up school competition judges sit at a table in a conference space

Nevada Business Environmental Program partners with Washoe County

Program within the College of Business helps businesses improve air quality practices

Exterior of the Ansari College of Business Building

College of Business awards 519 degrees at Spring Commencement

The College boasts the highest number of degrees awarded from a singular academic unit this semester

Two College of Business students pose in regalia before entering the stage.

Research from College of Business explores impact of celebrity endorsement of cryptocurrency

Findings show increased likelihood of scams in celebrity-endorsed initial coin offerings

Four gold coins, representing four different cryptocurrencies, arranged in a diamond shape on a black background

Faces of the Pack: Camellia Chang

Chang discusses her time at the University and receiving four degrees in four years

Young woman with dark hair in a white patterned shirt sitting in front of the University quad

College of Business provides unique learning opportunity with international flair

University partnership with the University of Rome Tor Vergata continues to evolve

Ansari business building on a sunny day with a clear, blue sky

College of Business hosts roundtable networking event featuring local leaders in technology industry

The Women in Tech initiative supports the advancement of women in the traditionally male-dominated field of technology

Event speakers Nicole Beaulieu, Jodi Patton, Bob Whitefield and Jackie Zuker sitting on stage at a long table covered by a black tablecloth.

College of Business Career and Corporate Outreach Center provides job development opportunities

Center’s events help students to build a professional network early in their careers

Group of students standing in front of gray wall with Microsoft's logo on it

Mimirs Well-Ness wins Sontag Entrepreneurship Competition

Annual $50,000 award funded by businessman, alumnus Rick Sontag

Five people holding a giant check awarding $50,000 to Mimirs Well-Ness with a memo for Sontag Entrepreneurship Competition

College of Business recognizes outstanding students and researchers

Annual Honors and Awards Banquet, hosted by Business Student Council, celebrates academic excellence

Business Student Council members dressed in business professional attire with faculty advisors Jen Nelson and Jim McClenahan

College of Business Sports Management program announces partnership with WeCOACH

WeCOACH is a national nonprofit dedicated to the recruitment and development of female coaches in sports

Concrete sign on the Ansari business building above the entrance that reads Nazir Ansari Business Building

University Center for Economic Development awarded grant from Governor’s Office of Workforce Innovation

The grant is one of eight awarded throughout the state to academic organizations and students

The Nazir Ansari business building, daytime

Student-led business startups compete for $50,000 award

2023 Sontag Entrepreneurship Award Competition announces five finalists

Nazir Ansari Business building signage outside the building in the fall

College of Business hosts 28 MBA students from Switzerland

Visiting business students undertake projects with northern Nevada companies

Students stand outside in the sun with University President Brian Sandoval

College of Business to host second annual Sports Management Tahoe Summit May 15-17

Event features fireside chat with Emily Prazer, with the Formula 1 Heineken Silver Las Vegas Grand Prix

Guests sit around tables in a hotel ballroom for the first annual Sports Management Summit dinner.

College of Business strengthens international learning programs

Students gain insights that strengthen their preparation for futures in a global economy

A group of faculty and students from the 2019 trip to Warsaw, Poland gather for a picture

College of Business researchers investigate if gender quota laws lead to increased perception of tokenism

Women on boards of directors viewed as tokens to lesser extent when gender quota minimum is exceeded

Two men and one woman dressed in business attire surround an open laptop

Small grants support big entrepreneurial dreams across University campus

LaunchNevada Initiative by Ozmen Center for Entrepreneurship supports student startups

Sierra Hixson holding her product, Adventure Provisions, up to the camera.

What is ChatGPT?

Assistant Professor of Information Systems Alan Yang explains the basics of ChatGPT

Neon computer code lights up a black computer screen.

LaunchNevada to host entrepreneurship event on Feb. 23

The LaunchNevada initiative promotes student entrepreneurship at the University of Nevada, Reno

Two autonomous drones flying over downtown Reno.

Ozmen Center for Entrepreneurship to host International Women’s Entrepreneurship Symposium

The conference will be held in person on March 7 and 8

Laura Jackson sits in front of a blue background.

Students meet international business leaders during Nevada Global Business trip to Singapore

The trip focused on the role of culture and history in business

Nevada Global Business students stand together for a picture

College of Business Executive MBA program ranked No. 51 by U.S. News

Online graduate program at the University of Nevada, Reno continues to receive national recognition

The Ansari business building on the University of Nevada, Reno campus

University of Nevada, Reno celebrates the completion of the Gateway Parking Complex

The 814-space complex opened to the University community on Jan. 20

View of the north side of the Gateway Parking garage with the pedestrian bridge on the right-hand side.

Research finds link between increase in symptoms of depression and anxiety and 2020 presidential election

National data tracked participant's self-reported symptoms, prescription drug use and mental-health office visits.

View of the Ansari Business building from the north

EMBA student gives TEDxReno talk on importance of giving back

Liv Moore, a public relations professional in the entertainment industry, to graduate from EMBA program in 2023

Liv Moore gives her talk on the TEDxReno stage.

MBA students at the University of Nevada, Reno create marketing plan to help launch local brewery

Classes in the College of Business often work with local businesses to provide free business development assistance

Philip Mountain and Dr. Igor Makienko stand in front of the Slieve Brewing Company logo.

Student-run professional closet reinstated during annual Business Week

Business Student Council at the University of Nevada, Reno creates a free pop-up closet, open to all students

Microsoft employees stand with staff from the College of Business at the kickoff BBQ

Nevada hunters generate millions in economic impact for rural communities

New study reveals spending on big game and upland game hunting

A  five-point mule deer buck on a Nevada range in fall.

Supply Chain and Transportation Management program selects its first director

The program, funded by ITS Logistics, will begin offering classes in early 2023

Headshot of Robyn Brunscher

University of Nevada, Reno in negotiations with Edgemoor Infrastructure & Real Estate to develop Mathewson University Gateway project

The proposed project will create a physical link between the University and Downtown Reno

The University of Nevada, Reno monument located outdoors with trees behind it. The monument includes the University's seal as well as lettering that reads, "University of Nevada, Reno. A Land Grant University Est. 1874

Nevada Small Business Challenges Survey reveals what new and existing businesses face post-pandemic

Significant challenges for small business owners include securing debt and dealing with inflation

Sign over entrance of the Nazir Ansari Business building

Online Executive MBA program graduates 38 students in 10th cohort

College of Business program accelerates careers of international graduates

A group of recent EMBA graduates from the University of Nevada, Reno stand together on stage.

Annual Society for the Advancement of Behavioral Economics conference held in Northern Nevada

The University of Nevada, Reno hosted preconference workshops for international scholars on campus

A group of PhD students from the University of Nevada, Reno, stand on a boat together.

University Center for Economic Development names new director

The center will continue to operate under new leadership and a five-year grant from federal and local funding

Dr. Frederick Steinmann poses in a tan suit in front of a dark gray background

College of Business wins bid to host the AMCIS conference in 2026

The Americas Conference on Information Systems is the largest conference in the world for IS scholars

Sign over entrance of the Nazir Ansari Business building

Nevada Small Business Development Center selects new director

Winnie Dowling, longtime deputy director of the center, takes on new role

Photograph of Winnie Dowling wearing a blue shirt in front of a gray background

University of Nevada, Reno student launches innovative new beverage delivery service

Shiva Kittusamy designed his startup, AYCE Delivery Inc, for college campuses

The founders of AYCE Delivery stand together in front of a brick wall

The impact of media coverage on the non-fungible token (NFT) market

New research from the University of Nevada, Reno and Vanderbilt University shows the media educates investors rather than hyping the NFT market

"Nazir Ansari Business Building" is written above the entrance to the University of Nevada, Reno business building.

Eren Ozmen listed among top 10 on Forbes’ 2022 list of most successful self-made women

Accomplished University of Nevada, Reno alumna places in coveted business list since its inception

Eren Ozmen poses for the camera wearing a blue suit.

Innevation Center to host gener8tor Reno-Tahoe Accelerator Program 2022

Applications open for accelerator offering connections and $100K investment to high-growth startups

Two people working together in the Innevation Center Concept Café.

Douglas Boyle named Associate Vice Provost for Research and Creative Activities in Lake Tahoe

Longtime University of Nevada, Reno faculty member brings experience to new position after Sierra Nevada University acquisition; appointment to begin July 1

Douglas Boyle poses for a photo on the Sierra Nevada University campus.

U.S. News ranks three University of Nevada, Reno online graduate programs as top in the country

Nursing, executive MBA and education recognized as “2022 Best Online Programs”

An aerial view of the University of Nevada, Reno campus with the Joe Crowley Student Union and the E. L. Wiegand Fitness Center in focus.

University offers new dual-degree program in agricultural science and economics

College of Ag and College of Business collaborate to help grow state’s ag industry

Tractor cutting alfalfa.

Hard-to-pronounce product names pose hurdle for consumers

Research by University marketing expert finds link between pronunciation, sense of control

A golfer in a red shirt swings, hitting the turf and knocking dirt and grass into the air

University and 4-H alum works to improve school-based agriculture education in Ghana

Connor Billman teaching youth and helping rural Ghana communities grow food through prestigious International Agricultural Education Fellowship

Connor Billman leading a classroom full of 4-H'ers in an activity.

Graduate of the Pack: Connor Billman, International Agriculture Education Fellowship Program fellow

Empowering youth and elevating small-holder farmers through agricultural science

Connor Billman leading a classroom full of 4-H'ers in an activity.

What are mental health best practices for entrepreneurs and business leaders?

Associate Professor Dan Jones and Assistant Professor Mark Packard discuss mental health amid National Suicide Prevention Month

Photos of Dan Jones, Ph.D. and Mark Packard, Ph.D.

Guinn Center transitions affiliation to the University of Nevada, Reno July 1

‘A strong system of higher education is critical to Nevada’s ability to compete in the global marketplace of ideas and assist in our economic recovery’

The Block N statue on the University of Nevada, Reno campus.

Online Cattlemen’s Update reaches new audiences

Latest market, production and research information for producers available online now

Cattle in a field at the base of a mountain.

Online sessions to help businesses with human resources challenges and more

Extension offering online town halls and webinars to help Nevada’s small businesses

Kimberly Miles.

Online sessions continue to help businesses with digital marketing and more

Extension offering online town halls and webinars to help Nevada’s small businesses

Nicole Taylor Sharp

Cattlemen’s Update goes virtual to provide market, production and research updates for 2020

Annual program to be held online Jan. 12-13

cattle on a ranch in Washoe Valley

The impact of COVID-19 on short-term housing rentals

Using a machine learning algorithm, University researcher, discovers ‘cleanliness is next to income’ through online reviews of Airbnb rentals.

Laptop showing someone booking an Airbnb rental.

Made in Nevada celebrates 2020 holiday season and 11th Annual Small Business Saturday®

The Nevada SBDC and Made in Nevada aim to further support small businesses through the COVID-19 pandemic.

" We believe that providing an option to shop authentic Made in Nevada businesses in an online setting improves consumer safety and keeps our local economy strong.


Warsaw School of Economics a key international partner for The College of Business

After one of its first trade missions with the Governor’s Office of Economic Development in 2017, the partnership has flourished with key research initiatives, faculty alliances and student exchange.

" “Our partnership has been grounded in ongoing communication, collaboration and mutual respect.”


Nevada Association of Counties launches new program to help small businesses

Extension offering virtual town hall Wednesday to provide information on the grant program

Nevada Association of Counties Executive Director Dagny Stapleton

Virtual coding workshops prepare students for Congressional App Challenge

Extension 4-H Program encourages students to explore computer science

Screenshot of zoom workshop with Congresswoman Dina Titus and Extension's Mallory Levins, Nora Luna, Sarah Monique Somma and Ivory Lyles

Online management tools can help small businesses reach potential customers

Extension offering virtual town halls and webinars to help inform small businesses during the pandemic

Willie Daugherty and JR Mendoza

New program to provide rental assistance to small businesses

Extension offering virtual town halls and webinars to help inform small businesses during the pandemic

Tatjana Vukovic

Accessing resources and using live video can help small businesses succeed

Extension offering virtual sessions for small businesses during the pandemic

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Extension offering back-to-the-basics sessions to help small businesses

Entrepreneurs starting and altering businesses during the pandemic need information and resources

man sitting at a computer

Experiment Station increases meat and produce production during pandemic

Desert Farming Initiative and Wolf Pack Meats step up to help meet local demand

Man wearing mask and gloves gives thumbs up while standing behind a fruit and vegetable stand

Websites and digital marketing help businesses survive pandemic

Finding and using the right data can help small businesses survive COVID-19 and beyond

charts on page

Effective websites and digital marketing can help businesses survive COVID-19

Extension aims to help small businesses connect with customers during pandemic and beyond

man sitting on a bench using a tablet

EFF and Reynolds School launch largest-ever collection of searchable data on police use of surveillance technologies

Atlas of Surveillance shines light on deployment of cameras, drones and more

Atlas of Surveillance logo

Extension offers COVID-19 updates and bookkeeping tips for small businesses

Discussions aim to help keep small businesses informed to help them through COVID and beyond

person using a laptop and calculator

Extension offers online sessions on business resources and running a business

Discussions aim to help keep small businesses informed to help them through COVID and beyond

laptop screen showing man writing on green chalkboard

Extension offers small-business webinar on the Paycheck Protection Plan

Discussions aim to help keep small businesses informed to help them through COVID and beyond

two people in business suits shaking hands

Extension offers webinar to help small businesses manage cash flow amid COVID

Discussions aim to help small businesses pivot and adapt to emerge from pandemic stronger

dollar bills blowing around in front of a black background

Extension offers online session for large-animal livestock producers amid COVID

Producers seek ways to trim their budgets while maintaining health of their animals

A brown dairy cow wearing a cow bell

Extension offers webinar to help small businesses create reopening strategies

Discussions aim to help small businesses pivot and adapt to emerge from pandemic stronger

Businesswoman presenting at an Extension business development event

Extension offers online session for dairy producers amid COVID-19

Producers and economists discuss current market and projections, with June being National Dairy Month

a brown dairy cow wearing a cow bell

Extension offers webinar on loan forgiveness and paycheck protection programs

Discussions aim to help small businesses connect, pivot and adapt amid COVID-19

Businesswoman presenting at an Extension business development event

The science of predicting economic growth or recession

University researcher helped develop the Logistics Managers Index, a leading economic indicator tracking inventory, warehousing and transportation, all key indicators of economic activity.

Large, mostly empty warehouse with one semi truck in the right corner.

Extension offers webinar for small business on finding and managing money

Discussions aim to help small businesses connect, pivot and adapt amid COVID-19

Businesswoman presenting at an Extension business development event

Ninth Annual Sontag Entrepreneurship Competition winner announced

Student-led health and wellness company, TreaTea, takes home $50,000 turning their entrepreneurial dreams into a reality.

Cup of brewed tea.

Teaching & Learning Technologies leads University's transition to emergency remote learning

University Libraries' new podcast Checked Out! talks with TLT

Teaching & Learning Technologies and the Instructional Design Team stand in a group on the landing out front of the main entrance of the Mathewson-IGT Knowledge Center.  From left to right: Kathy Hanselman, Kari Johnson, Don Massie, Ed Huffman, Bowen Drewes, Lia Schraeder and Wenzhen Li.

Extension offers webinar on self-care and online town hall for small businesses

Discussions aim to help small businesses connect, pivot and adapt amid COVID-19

Businesswoman presenting at an Extension business development event

Executive Development Program reconvenes as gaming faces worldwide challenges

The top professional development program for industry executives brings alumni together to discuss best practices, new challenges and ideas amidst COVID-19

Poker chips on a casino table.

Extension offers weekly online town halls and webinars to help small businesses

Discussions aim to help small businesses connect, pivot and adapt amid COVID-19

Businesswoman presenting at an Extension business development event

International Women’s Entrepreneurship Symposium: Creating Value out of Chaos

The top names in female entrepreneurship will present at this two-day College of Business event March 9-10, directly following International Women’s Day

" "While this event’s specific focus is on female entrepreneurship, it’s designed to be inclusive to anyone who would like to attend."


Vision 2020: The Nevada Economic Forecast coming up on Jan. 31

University of Nevada, Reno’s College of Business invites business leaders for a fast-paced, half-day forum

" “If your organization depends on the success of any or all of our state’s multiple sectors, this event will guide your planning for 2020.”


TEDxUniversityofNevada 2020 tickets on sale

Reno’s premier speaker event boasts a line-up filled with dynamic speakers and performers

A red and blue painted X with a red and blue background combining to make purple

From the student newsroom to the city newsroom

Reynolds School alumnus shows that one of the most valuable experiences in one's career is during college.

Brian Duggan is pictured smiling in front of a blue background smiling while wearing a light blue and red plaid button up.

"Is Privacy Over?" forum features David Carroll

Subject of "The Great Hack" film discusses privacy rights during Reynolds School event.

Man looks off into the distance sitting in a chair on stage.

Aerospace engineering program readies for takeoff

Petros Voulgaris will join the University in 2020 to lead the new program, which will build on the College of Engineering's established research strengths in unmanned aerial systems.

A drone hovers in the air while two researchers, seen from the back, look on with an iPad and camera

Capacity building in artificially intelligent mining systems

University receives $1.25 million grant to create an interdisciplinary team of professionals, partnered with the world’s largest mining companies, in order to advance technology and automation in mines.

A blast outside of a mine.

David Carroll, subject of “The Great Hack” film, feature of noon forum

Carroll will speak about personal and public privacy trends and concerns at the University Oct. 16

A man poses outdoors.

EFF partnership with School of Journalism launches "Atlas of Surveillance"

New report finds border communities inundated with surveillance technologies

Flags on a map, one has an eye on it, one has a drone, one has a camera.

Holding government accountable with public records reporting

School of Journalism offers a one-credit course to train students on the Freedom of Information Act

A table with an iPad, files and a notebook sitting on it.