New Director of Latinx/Hispanic Community Relations Osvaldo Jimenez-Estupinan

How he plans to increase Latinx/Hispanic engagement at the University

Osvaldo Jimenez-Estupinan smiling for his headshot photo.

‘The Jewish heart of campus’

Rabbi Dani Libersohn and his wife Rochel are dedicated to creating a safe, welcoming environment for Jewish students at the University of Nevada, Reno through Chabad

A group of people sitting on blankets in a backyard enjoying a picnic together.

University of Nevada, Reno once again nationally recognized as a Voter Friendly Campus

The acknowledgment marks the University’s 5th year in a row to receive this title

A blue political table hanging out flyers and stickers.

Using curiosity to make a difference: how one Ph.D. candidate found her ‘why’

Hailey Hermann studies a very rare congenital muscular dystrophy

Hailey wearing her lab coat standing in front of a table in the woods with lab supplies, books, and flowers.

University of Nevada, Reno to confer more than 3,000 degrees during May 2024 commencement

Five in-person ceremonies held Thursday through Saturday, May 16-18, on the University Quad

A crowd gathers on the quad to prepare for commencement ceremonies. Rows of empty chairs are set up.

Grads of the Pack: Ashley Kate Nazaire

'I had a calling to work with children and families, and I knew HDFS was for me'

Ashley Kate Nazaire in graduation attire.

Mechanical Engineering doctoral graduate receives Sam Lieberman Scholarship Award

Alessandro Ralls hopes to continue his career in the mechanical engineering field

Alessandro Ralls stands in front of the Palmer Engineering building.

Grads of the Pack: Lissette Hernández

A first-gen student working to make her dreams of making an impact in the community a reality. “To love oneself is the beginning of a lifelong romance” – Oscar Wilde

Lissette Hernández headshot.

Faces of the Pack: Jesus Diaz Sanchez

Diaz Sanchez received an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship, will pursue a Ph.D. at MIT

Jesus Diaz Sanchez smiles in front of the Mackay Mines building.

Foundation Outstanding Letter of Appointment Instructional Faculty Award and Exceptional Letter of Appointment Instructional Faculty College/School Awards for spring 2024

One individual named Outstanding LOA and four others were named Exceptional LOAs this semester

The University's Quad facing the Mackay statue.

Graduate student in Speech-Language Pathology reflects on her time at UNR Med

Madeleine M. Daugherty shares how a community of support shaped her graduate experience

Headshot of Madeleine.

Grads of the Pack: Trinity Alvarez

"The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams" Eleanor Roosevelt

Trinity Alverez headshot.

Journalism alumna shares how she turned her passion for sports into a career

When an injury took Gianna Hearn (‘13) off the field, she set her sights on sports journalism

Gianna Hearn holding a microphone up during an interview with a basketball coach.

Grads of the Pack: Debi and Kaylie Smith

The mother-daughter duo is set to graduate with master’s degrees from the School of Social Work this month

Debi (right) and Kaylie (left) posing in their graduation cap and gowns on campus.

Nevada Dining Wins OZZI Box 2024 Earth Day Contest

Leading the way in sustainable dining by opting for reusables

Three students posing and holding up green reusable containers

Grads of the Pack: Sabrina Ma

“I am passionate about inspiring others and finding a path to help make a difference”

Sabrina Ma wearing a graduation robe and stole

University’s 12th annual College Day pep rally encourages middle school students to attend college

University of Nevada, Reno and Sparks Middle School partnership promotes enthusiasm for learning and college attainment

A crowd of students sit on the bleachers in the gym.

New textbook tailored to Electrical Engineering grad students and practicing engineers

Professor Sami Fadali publishes “Introduction to Random Signals, Estimation Theory, and Kalman Filtering”

Sami Fadali sitting in a chair holding a textbook.

Grads of the Pack: Jada DeLeon

“I strongly believe that every child has the fundamental right to thrive in inclusive environments”

Jada DeLeon wearing her graduation stole in front of a classic Wolf Pack mascot graphic

A glimpse into Korea comes to the University campus

Korea Wave/The Korean Film and Food Festival to be held on May 2

The Joe Crowley Student Union from the outside at night.

Sci-On! Film Festival returns to Fleischmann Planetarium May 1 – 4

The festival will feature a NASA space film, introductions from directors, receptions, refreshments and live music

Paul McFarlane leans against a railing in a museum with various artifacts and a mural with the planets painted on the wall behind him.

Put the person first: M.D. student encourages others to pursue a career that aligns with their values

Spencer Joseph Horsley Trivitt, class of 2024, shares the importance of following one’s internal compass

Spencer smiling on a road bike with mountains and pine trees in the background.

Faces of the Pack: Michael Esquejo

Counselor Education and Supervision doctoral student selected for emerging scholar program

Michael Esquejo.

Engineering recognized for DEI efforts

College also admitted into the GEM Fellowship program

Seven people standing in a row inside the William Pennington Engineering Building.

The University of Nevada, Reno to hold “Week of Democracy” from April 29 to May 3

Week of events will highlight the voting process, issues related to the 2024 election and more

An American flag waves, filling the screen.

Sit down with Nevada Soccer Head Coach Vanessa Valentine

Nevada Soccer Head Coach Vanessa Valentine talks about her first year at the helm of the pack and her experience winning gold with the U.S. Women's Beach Soccer National Team

Photo of Coach Vanessa Valentine coaching.

Sagebrushers season 3 ep. 3: Campus Sustainability Manager Phoebe Judge

Judge shares the University's conservation goals and progress and discusses the new sustainability certificate

Brian Sandoval sitting next to Phoebe in the podcasting studio holding up wolf pack hand signs.

Faces of the Pack: Jorge Esparza

Honors College student traveled to Sri Lanka last summer to research human-elephant conflicts

Jorge Esparza outside.

A passion for learning: Ph.D. candidate reflects on the importance of growing from mistakes

Lauren Parker studies cellular molecular pharmacology and physiology

Headshot of Lauren Parker

Faces of the Pack: Arnie Glassberg and Hinako Akeyama

Members of the Honors College Career and Community Mentorship Program

A man stands next to a woman in a coffee shop, smiling.

Wilderness medicine program director leads a life of adventure

Wilderness and sports medicine specialist Arthur "Tony" Islas, M.D., wields his expertise on and off the path

David Fiore and Arthur Islas holding up a sign that says "Wilderness Medicine" in a forest next to a waterfall.

Faces of the Pack: Micah Woodruff

A Q&A with the recipient of the Sam Lieberman Regents’ Award for Student Scholarship

Micah Woodruff.

Dedicated to making an impact one syllable at a time

Madelyn Montgomery shares how she found her purpose in Speech-Language Pathology

Madelyn Montgomery smiling in front of a blooming tree.

A brilliant light of leadership shines at the University of Nevada, Reno | Una brillante luz de liderazgo brilla en la Universidad

Karla Hernández, Ph.D., awarded the 2024 Inclusion, Equity, and Diversity Leadership Award

Karla Hernandez stands in front of two PowerPoint screens that display the initial slide of her dissertation research presentation.

Faces of the Pack: Viktor Cruz-Calderon

A journey filled with happy mistakes and new adventures, Gilman Scholarship recipient Viktor Cruz-Calderon takes on Spain

Viktor Cruz Calderon.

Earth Month events focus on increasing campus sustainably, gardening, thrifting and more

Campus community asked to take the pledge to Make Silver and Blue the New Green

Two bike riders along a paved path with views of pine trees and Lake Tahoe.

Savor the adventure with weekends at the University of Nevada, Reno at Lake Tahoe

Nevada Dining provides delicious meals for the weekend getaway program available for students, faculty and staff

Group of students walking in the trees in Lake Tahoe.

Faces of the Pack: Jose Vasquez

Student by day, tutor by night, mechanical engineering major Jose Vasquez accepts Teach for America Fellowship second semester into college

Jose takes a group selfie with four other students, all smiling and wearing hard hats, as they work outside with a metal contraption with a "University of Nevada, Reno" plaque on it.

Finding her ‘why’ – one medical student’s journey

Taree Chadwick, M.D. Class of 2024, shares why she decided to switch career paths and become a doctor

Headshot of Taree Chadwick

University of Nevada, Reno President Brian Sandoval named to State of Nevada Awards and Honor Board Selection Committee

Speaker of the Nevada Assembly Steve Yeager appointed President Sandoval and Former Governor Bob Miller for 3-year terms

President Sandoval standing in front of a grey background.

Students versus staff in the fight against food waste

A Pack Place battle for sustainability with WasteNot 2.0

Students measuring food waste at dining hall Pack Place.

Grads of the Pack: Tommy Kaps

Engineering’s CREATE program sets student up for success in wastewater research

Two men standing in a lab wearing protective glasses.

University of Nevada, Reno Multicultural Center organizes events in April, ahead of Asian Pacific Islander Heritage Month in May

These events celebrate and honor culture and community

Kalani sits in front of a crowd of students, faculty and staff in the Multicultural Center, speaking into a microphone.

Mackay Muckers take gold in International Collegiate Mining Competition

Ten students traveled to Montana to show off their traditional mining skills

A group of people holding plaques and trophies smiles for a photo.

Nevada Athletics Black History Month feature: Michael "Fly" Gray

Hear from Nevada Basketball alumni Michael "Fly" Gray about his experience at the University and how it helped him become the person he is today

Screenshot of the video interview of Michael Gray. The Nevada Sport Wolf logo appears along with "Michael 'Fly' Gray. Nevada Men's Basketball (1977-79)"

A look at careers of substance and impact

In honor of Women’s History Month, faculty speak about their time at the University of Nevada, Reno

A photo collage with all the faculty members mentioned in the article.

Engineering welcomes potential transfer students

New EPACT program helps streamline the transfer process for engineering students

Woman standing in front of project screen speaking to audience.

Faces of the Pack: Jasmine Stanley

From University graduate to assistant dean at the College of Business: A journey of resilience, leadership and inspiring success for future generations

Jasmine Stanley receives a graduate faculty excellence in teaching award pictured with College of Business Dean Greg Mosier and Associate Dean Kambiz Raffiee.

NASA astronaut Eileen Collins shares stories at Women in Space event

Selected for the astronaut program in 1990, Collins was the first woman to pilot the space shuttle Discovery

Woman holding a microphone, an image of a rocket in the background.

Industry, academia work to develop new industrial engineering program

Curriculum, student internships discussed at March 14 forum

Four people at a table, man on the right standing and gesturing

Nevada Athletics Black History Month feature: Merlene Aitken-Smith

Hear from University of Nevada Athletics' Deputy Athletics Director Merlene Aitken-Smith about her experience at the University of Nevada and what Black History Month means to her

Photo of Merlene Aitken-Smith being interviewed

Heart of the Pack: Victoria Davis

Heart of the Pack is a series that highlights University of Nevada Student-Athletes and tells their stories.Episode one highlights Victoria Davis, a senior on the Women's Basketball team who shares her story about playing basketball in memory of her grandmother.

Photo of Victoria Davis speaking to camera

College of Engineering seeks collaboration with area schools

Engineering Associate Dean Brandon Weeks enjoys short stint as Incline High School principal

Three people standing in a lab space.

Sagebrushers season 2 ep. 21: ASUN President Boris Carpio Guerra and GSA President Matthew Hawn

President Sandoval discusses University initiatives, what the future looks like for students and what it means to these student leaders to be part of The Wolf Pack Family

Brian Sandoval sitting next to Boris Carpio Guerra and Matthew Hawn in the podcasting studio holding up wolf pack hand signs.

Engineering alumna shares her story at Society of Women Engineers event

Carolyn Barbash delivers keynote address at Evening with Industry

Eight women standing in row indoors, a window behind them showing the low light of early evening.

Nevada Athletics Black History Month Feature: Brianna Gladney

Hear from University of Nevada Associate Athletics Director, Brianna Gladney about what Black History Month means to her

Photo of Brianna Gladney speak about her experience at the University of Nevada Athletics

Engineering grad student wins award from the American Chemical Society

Anil Timilsina recognized for research on the environmental chemistry in soil

Man sitting in a chair, facing to the left of the frame, in front of a computer desk.

Journalism Alumna shares her path to becoming a TV news reporter

Conner Board (’16) shares experiences at the Reynolds School of Journalism that set her up for success after graduation

Conner Board on the news set at her station in Seattle

Is sustainable outdoor recreation possible?

Professor and backcountry ski guide Brennan Lagasse explores the conflicts between outdoor recreation and sustainability, providing tips for getting outside as an environmental advocate

Brennan Lagasse

Faces of the Pack: Kaashifah

International doctoral student's journey in pursuing her education abroad - “Women should not cut off their wings because of societal norms"

Kaashifah wearing wearing a graduation sash and holding her cap

Celebrate 2024 Lunar New Year with the University of Nevada, Reno

The signature event celebrates the Year of the Dragon with cultural activities, performances and food on Feb. 23, from 6 to 9 p.m. in the Joe

A group of performers dressed in red dance on a stage.

Healthy Minds Study: understanding mental health on campus

The Healthy Minds Study survey will be sent out to students on Feb. 20, 2024

A group of four students walk along a path on the Quad.

Campus traffic safety & legislation on reckless driving

An award for Officer of the Year from Northern Nevada Joining Forces recognizes UPD officer’s commitment to community traffic safety

A police officer in uniform on a motorcycle on campus at the University.

Northern Nevada Diversity Summit to be held at University of Nevada, Reno on Feb. 22

This year’s theme is “Critical, Constructive, and Courageous Conversations”

Myisha Cerry headshot.

Grads of the Pack: Alexandra Pierce

University of Nevada, Reno at Lake Tahoe Business Marketing student Alexandra Pierce wins first place in the semi-annual Preger-Tahoe Prize Creative Idea Challenge

Alex Pierce headshot standing in a snowy pine forest.

DelightFul Around the World

Nevada Dining invites the Wolf Pack to free lunch event at Pack Place

World map cutout with spices, tomatoes, and other herbs and vegetables.

Otis Burrell a high jump giant

The amazing competitive life of a Wolf Pack great

A black and white photo of Otis Burrell wearing a Nevada Track and Field uniform as he jumps over a high bar outside.

Celebrate Black History Month with the Multicultural Center

Events celebrating history and culture are planned throughout February

A group of 24 students stand in front of two tables in the Multicultural Center on campus. The wall behind them is a mural with flowers and green hills and the words "Our Bodies Our Land" is visible in the mural.

Five tips for a healthy transition into college life

Springing into wellness with tips from dietitian nutritionist Lisa Carlson

Students serving themselves fruits, cheeses, meats, and vegetables.

Engineering meets with high-achieving prospective students on Jan. 24

Recruitment season underway

Indira Chatterjee stands at a podium in a large room addressing a crowd of people sitting on chairs

Faces of the Pack: Pablo Agostini

University of Nevada, Reno at Lake Tahoe student combines volunteer work for Clean Up the Lake with studies in graphic design and sustainability

Pablo Agostini, student at the University of Nevada, Reno at Lake Tahoe, collects trash from a kayak as part of his work with the organization Clean Up the Lake.

A feast of exciting updates at Nevada Dining for spring 2024

Grubhub, new restaurants and more food options on campus

Student eating a salad inside the Overlook

Engineering students chosen to attend inaugural STEM Scholars Meeting

Trinh, Lang presented research at the recent event bringing together scholars from around the nation

Jennifer Trinh, Antonio Lang and Tara Hartman standing inside a mall or lobby setting with white tiled floors and a set of stairs behind them.

How to Address Climate Change by Talking About It with Katharine Hayhoe

Renowned climate scientist to present at the Tahoe Science Center Jan. 23

Katharine Hayhoe portrait

Faces of the Pack: Animating campus life

Julius Santo Pietro's creative journey with Nevada Dining and Animation Club

University of Nevada, Reno student Julius Santo Pietro

Grads of the Pack: Victoria Matthews

"I am a proud advocate and professional mentor in the fields of adolescence and disability."

Victoria Matthews in graduation attire

Grads of the Pack: Jess Robertson

First-generation student overcomes obstacles in pursuing her Bachelor of Science degree in HDFS, "I worked so hard I wouldn't let myself give up."

Jess Robertson

Nevada Cyber Club reflects on successful fall competition season

Club ranks fifth in the country in the NCL Power Rankings

Six students stand in front of the Paul Laxalt Mineral Engineering Center building.

Dr. Hamza: Bringing healthcare management best practices from the University to Ghana

“The University and NNIC work closely with the broader community to help connect me to people, systems, and insights and I realized early on that this is the kind of foundation that will help more individuals back home when I return.”

Dr. Asumah in a suit on campus at the University of Nevada, Reno.

ASCE student chapter turns 100

Over the decades, group has helped engineering students build a foundation for their careers

Karlie Del Santo stands next to a sign that reads ASCE 100

Grads of the Pack: Sam Stynen, NevadaTeach Biology

“I love science, and what better way to share that love with others than through teaching.”

Sam Stynen

Connection key to supporting Black engineering students

New chapter of National Society of Black Engineers closes out its first semester at the University

Five students sitting on chairs, facing left frame of the photo. A seated woman and man are in the background.

Fall 2023 University of Nevada, Reno Senior Scholars announced

The University and the Nevada Alumni Association honor graduates from each college with top grade-point averages

A photo collage of all the fall 2023 senior scholars, as pictured in the article body below.

Grads of the Pack: Andrew Teeple, future English teacher

“I want to become a teacher because I have always felt that helping other people become the best versions of themselves is one of the most rewarding feelings in the world.”

Andrew Teeple

The Multicultural Center hosts Unity Graduation Celebration Dec. 8

The Unity Graduation will celebrate over 130 people graduating fall 2023

A graduate and a loved one hug and make a fist sign toward the camera while smiling broadly on stage during the Unity Graduation Celebration 2022.

Engineering international exchange programs offer opportunity to connect to a global community

Student Robert Gillespy shares his experiences in Germany and Mexico

Robert Gillespy standing in front of the Davidson Math and Science Center.

Record number of National Merit Scholars enrolled at the University of Nevada, Reno

The fall 2023 academic term has the highest enrolled number of National Merit Scholars in the University’s history

A large auditorium full of high school students in the JCSU ballroom watch a PowerPoint presentation about recruitment.

Faces of the Pack: Alumna Paola Perez

Accomplished educator and administrator continues to serve the community

Paola Perez

Faces of the Pack: Carson Allen

Native business owner and full-time graduate student works to promote his brand and uplift Native voices in academia

Carson Allen stands against a wooden background smiling at the camera

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.

ThankFul Week at Nevada Dining: A campuswide celebration of gratitude and generosity

Join Nevada Dining Nov. 13 – 17 to fight food insecurity through giveaways, donations and activities

Two students smile and take a selfie while eating fruit. One student wears a Nevada sweatshirt.

Faces of the Pack: Travis Numan

Ph.D. student Travis Numan talks about his research on water rights, growing up on the Pyramid Lake Paiute Reservation and the Native American Fee Waiver

Travis Numan smiling standing in front of large boulders

Nevada Dining’s Executive Chef, Jon Buchholtz, takes the spotlight on Food Management podcast

Chef Jon discusses the latest developments in Nevada Dining

Chef Jon Buchholtz headshot wearing a Nevada baseball cap and a chef jacket, that says Executive Chef.

Stewart Indian School exhibit to open at the Lilley Museum of Art

Exhibit tells the story of the school and is part of the University’s event schedule for Native American Heritage Month

A mural with a depiction of a deer skull with large antlers on a yellow and orange background and a few blue/grey tribal designs overtop.

Mechanical Engineering students gather footage from high-altitude balloon during Annular Eclipse

Project was part of NASA’s Nationwide Eclipse Balloon Project

Five people holding a scientific balloon while standing in the desert.

School of Social Work cuts ribbon on new home

The School of Social Work has officially opened their new home – building 058

Provost Thompson, Dean Wichinsky, Regent Del Carlo and President Sandoval standing in front of building 058 cutting a ribbon held by Alphie the mascot and a cheerleader.

Wolf Pack at Work: Angel Barboza

First generation student employee creates an inclusive environment for all gym goers

Gym student worker Angel Barboza with arms crossed while looking into the distance

Materials Science Engineering alumna selected to receive 2023 Scrugham Medal

Cat Black reflects on women in engineering and campus changes.

Two women wearing Wolf Pack shirts sitting under a tree.

Directing catering excellence for the Wolf Pack

Silver & Blue Catering welcomes Sheena Pena as the new director of catering

Shena Pena on the quad.

Engineering celebrates the University’s 150th anniversary on social

Follow the College to see monthly posts of historical pictures and fun facts

Black-and-white picture from 1874 of the University campus in Elko

Alum brings vision of inclusiveness as new Biotechnology Program director

Karla Hernández brings her previous experience at the University of Nevada, Reno to her new roles

Karla Hernandez conducts research in a lab.

Associated Students of the University of Nevada to hold 150th Bash/UNLV Clash kickoff event on Oct. 12

The event is open to the community and will feature music, lawn games, food trucks and fireworks

The three wolf mascots for the University stand in front of a blue background with a cake in front of them blowing out candles. A Happy Birthday sign is strung in front of them.

Faces of the Pack: Alumnus Caleb McAdoo, new deputy director of operations for the Nevada Department of Wildlife (NDOW)

Born and raised in Nevada, McAdoo reflects on his time at the University of Nevada, Reno and his long history with NDOW

Headshot of Caleb McAdoo imposed upon an image of the University's quadrangle.

Ride in style: University unveils specialty 150th anniversary license plates to honor start of sesquicentennial celebration

The license plates will be available to order starting Oct. 2 and will benefit Pack Provisions

The new sesquicentennial license plates showcase the logo on the left side, the word Nevada at the top, and Wolf Pack at the bottom. The middle section has UN stacked on top of each other and then three zeros. The background is dark blue and the letters are all white.

Louisa Hope-Weeks named Dean of the College of Science

Hope-Weeks brings her experience as an associate dean and chemistry professor

A woman, illuminated in golden hour light, stands in front of Morrill Hall, with two students in the foreground facing her and speaking with her.

Reducing plastic waste and staying hydrated one SodaStream at a time

Nevada Dining introduces sparkling and flavored water maker in Pack Place to reduce single-use plastic waste

A woman uses a SodaStream machine to make a selection while a banner behind her describes SodaStream saying "Simple Steps to Connected Hydration" and explanatory text below it on how to use the machine, but that text is unfocused.

President Brian Sandoval to give State of the University Address on Oct. 17

The speech, entitled “A University’s Expectation to Always Make History” will take place in the JCSU Ballrooms

Brian Sandoval on stage with various regents, administrators, provosts and deans on stage with him clapping.

Noted soil and water scientist Dani Or joins the College of Engineering

Or is the Nevada Engineering Distinguished Professor in the Civil & Environmental Engineering Department

Head shot of Dani Or

The Multicultural Center to host Hispanic/Latinx Heritage Month events for students

A number of Latinx/Hispanic Heritage Month student-centered events will take place on campus from Sept. 13 to Oct. 11

A group of students getting food from a buffet at an event.

Eric Marchand reflects on his year as Faculty Senate chair

COLA increase and budget restoration were among the top issues during his leadership

Eric Marchland standing outside wearing a Nevada polo.

Electrical engineering senior garners two grants to study wireless power transfer

Jeremy La Porte’s research could help power drones used in wildfire prevention systems

Three people standing in a lab: Assistant Professor Jihwan Yoon; student Jeremy La Porte, holding a model plane; and Associate Professor Jeongwon Park.

Celebrate Hispanic/Latinx Heritage Month with the University of Nevada, Reno

Events are planned throughout the observance month, Sept. 15 to Oct. 15, including the annual Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) celebration

A group of performers on stage as the Dia de los Muertos event in 2022. They wear traditional outfits and dance on stage in front of an altar.

Third annual Recovery Month R5K Run/Walk and Recovery Celebration hosted by NRAP

The School of Public Health's Nevada’s Recovery and Prevention Program (NRAP) run by the Center for the Application of Substance Abuse Technologies (CASAT) hosts their third annual R5K in honor of September’s National Recovery Month

Participants from last year's NRAP 5k event smiling together for a picture.

Faces of the Pack: Jay Jordan and Addie Heithecker

Student workers from the E.L. Wiegand Fitness center talk fitness, studies and post-grad plans

Students standing in front of the E. L. Wiegand Fitness Center

Nevada Dining at the University of Nevada, Reno announces transformed dining experience for the 2023-24 academic year

Globally-inspired meal concepts, expanded early-bird and late-night hours, menu refreshes and more

Two smiling students who are holding coffee that they just pulled out of a small, white delivery robot with the words "Hungry? I deliver to the pack!"

Preventing and eradicating cybersecurity threats to be discussed at Oct. 5 conference

Students, faculty encouraged to submit posters, demos by Sept. 15.

Head shot of Tamela Dukes

Wide-Eyed And Dreaming: A Season of Seeing at the Nevada Museum of Art

Acts 1 and 2 at the Nevada Museum of Art explore identity, culture, race, immigration and other issues through the lens of these diverse exhibitions

A vibrant piece of art depicting a red background an blue images of a woman wearing a cowboy hat. On the left she is on a horse, on the right she is on a fence.

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

Three Balloon Race Scholarships awarded ahead of the Great Reno Balloon Race

The University's Balloon Race Scholarship Committee awards scholarships to two undergraduate students and one masters student

Hot air balloon on the University campus

University to welcome new students during Opening Weekend and NevadaFIT Aug. 17-24

NevadaFIT gives students an excellent foundation for the year ahead at the University of Nevada, Reno

Two students dressed in purple smile at the camera from a crowd of students in all different colored t-shirts during the opening ceremony of NevadaFIT.

Engineering recognizes three of its academic faculty

The Ralph E. and Rose A. Hoeper Endowed Faculty Award showcases teaching excellence and advising

Head shots of the three professors who received the Hoeper award in spring 2023: Kelly Keselica, Nancy LaTourrette and Eric Marchand.

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

Beyond the finish line: Dr. Stovak reflects on National Sports Medicine Presidency

UNR Med’s Dr. Stovak discusses his American Medical Society for Sports Medicine presidency and commitment to advancing the specialty

UNR Med Sports Medicine Fellowship Assistant Director Mark Stovak in front of Mackay Stadium

Helena Middleton wins Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange fellowship

Middleton is the first University of Nevada, Reno student to win a CBYX fellowship in over 20 years

Headshot of Helena Middleton.

Faces of the Pack: Jodee Prudente

Dedicated special education researcher continues to serve the community

Jodee Prudente holding two awards with her mentor and professor MaryAnn Demchak, Ph.D.

‘Wolf Pack Innovation,’ Engineering’s new strategic plan, to guide college through 2027

Planning process began in fall 2022

Photo collage with three images: one of wolves, one of a professor and student standing in front of a lab, one of a two students sitting at desks

Drones, phones and iPads at Semester at Lake Tahoe

A new era of learning emerges with cutting-edge classes and free distribution of technology to University of Nevada, Reno at Lake Tahoe students

Students use an iPad to control a drone outdoors

Three University professionals awarded U.S. Fulbright Scholar fellowships for the 2023 to 2024 academic year

Meet the new Fulbrighters and learn about their journeys to achieving this distinguished honor

The University's quad as it faces the Mackay statue. Green grass and trees line the foreground.

Nevada announces postgame exit plan, cashless concessions for 2023

Changes designed to enhance the fan experience are coming in August

Mackay stadium as seen from the 50 yard line of the football field just as evening falls and the stands are illuminated but empty. The words "University of Nevada" are inscribed on the building above the bleachers.

Catching the catfish: how University students won a national cybersecurity contest

Romance scams, or ‘catfishing,’ was the focus of the 2023 Summer Social Engineering event

Photo collage of head shots of WolfHack@UNR team members Roohan Amin, Amber Hankins, Austin Finch and Ryan Tanner.

Engineering’s ‘omniscient being,’ Sam DiMuzio, wins Distinguished Classified Employee award

DiMuzio ‘knows all, sees all and does all'

Sam DiMuzio pointing to her name etched into a pillar in the Honor Court on the University campus.

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.

A first Black graduate, and a life worth remembering

Theodore Miller’s graduation in 1930 in engineering was a groundbreaking one for the University

A letter written by Theodore Miller dated December 15, 1976 that reads:  Mr. Warren . d’Azevedo, Professor Department of Anthropology University of Nevada Reno, Nevada 89507  Dear Prof. d’Azevedo;  I have been to several major book stores in San Francisco, only to find that your book “American Indian and Black Students at the University of Nevada, Reno” is not available. I would appreciate it very much if you would send me a copy.  The September issue of “The Alumni News” listed your book value at Two Dollars and Fifty Cents ($2.50). I am enclosing a check for Three Dollars ($3.00) to cover the cost of mailing.   I have contributed annually to the UNR Alumni Association for a number of years. My wife and I drive to Reno occasionally and I usually try to visit the University. On my next visit I will stop in and say hello to you. We should have a very interesting visit.   Sincerely yours,  Signed Theodore H. Miller Class of 1930  P.S. I am listed in the 1st Edition, 1975-1976, Volume 1 of Who’s Who Among Black Americans. Also listed in the 1951 edition of Who’s Who on the Pacific Coast. Also in the 1957 edition of Who’s Who in Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity.

NRC Commissioner visits College of Engineering

Faculty, students showcase nuclear-related programs

Nine people standing in a lab and looking at the camera.

Faces of the Pack: Jim Hammond

Jim Hammond is an alumnus who graduated with a degree in physics

A man and woman set up a camera toward a cliff face.

Engineering graduates nearly 400 students May 19

Spring 2023 commencement activities also included Order of the Engineer and graduation celebration events

About two dozen graduates in caps and gowns sitting on chairs outdoors on the quad next to a blue banner that reads "Engineering."

Nevada graduates 56 student-athletes at Spring 2023 Commencement

This cohort brings the total number of student-athlete graduates to over 1,200 over the past 15 years

A large group of about 50 student-athletes stand smiling at the camera wearing suits and dresses and adorned with graduation regalia.

Engineering student set to study nuclear power policy during 9-week D.C. internship

For Abbey Hageman, nuclear is one of many interests

Abbey Hageman in a lab wearing lab coat, gloves and face protection, using tongs to hold a small cup with pink liquid, which she is pouring into a pan. Another person, facing away from the camera, is in the background.

Faces of the Pack: Boris Carpio-Guerra and Hannah Alquiza

New president and vice president of the 91st session of the Associated Students of the University of Nevada (ASUN)

Woman in a beige suit jacket and white shirt stands back-to-back with man in a black suit jacket and black button-up shirt. The two stand in front of a gray wall with trees and a tall building in the background.

University honors more than 100 individuals at ‘Honor the Best’

The past year's achievements by students, faculty and staff honored at annual ceremony

Tamara Telles smiles and holds a certificate on stage with University President Brian Sandoval.

Faces of the Pack: Dennis Garcia

NevadaTeach student turns obstacles into opportunities

Dennis Garcia

Bible Award winner Wang: ‘It really touches my heart’

Professor Eric Wang honored with 2023 Paul and Judy Bible Teaching Excellence Award

Professor Eric Wang surrounded by a large group of faculty and staff and President Brian Sandoval as they all smile and look at the camera holding up Wolf Pack hand signals.

Tibbitts Award winner Constantino: Inspiring her students and her colleagues

Associate Professor and Department Chair in Kinesiology Nora Constantino honored with one of two F. Donald Tibbitts Distinguished Teacher Awards 2023

Nora Constantino and President Sandoval pose with a large classroom full of smiling people as she accepts her award announcement.

Tibbitts Award winner Church: ‘I want to make history come alive for the students as best I can’

Associate Professor of History Christopher Church honored with one of two F. Donald Tibbitts Distinguished Teacher Awards 2023


Mackay Muckers Women’s Team strikes gold

The team won first place at the 45th International Collegiate Mining Competition

The Mackay Muckers Women's Team sits on a pile of dirt in front of a mining cart. They are all covered in dirt.

University’s Division of Student Services holds college day events for middle school students

Two University pep rallies promote enthusiasm for future learning at Archie Clayton Pre-AP Academy and Pine Middle School

Students sit in bleachers in a gym with the words Clayton painted on the wall behind them.

Jim La wins Established Innovator Award for 2023

Recent achievements include software that monitors civil infrastructure

Head shot of Professor Jim La

Sci-On! International Film Festival returns to the Planetarium May 1 - 6

The annual science and science fiction film festival to feature a visit from time travel expert

An aerial shot of the Fleischmann Planetarium.

Engineering moves up in U.S. News & World Report grad school rankings

With an eye toward further advancement, the College of Engineering concurrently is working on new strategic plan

Two students standing in a lab; the student in the background is holding a drone and looking at it; the student in the foreground  is a a computer monitor and also is looking at the drone.

Engineering students team up with Tesla to build a mobile, electric power station

‘Mobile Power Station,’ other senior capstone projects will be showcased on campus May 5 at Innovation Day

Four students standing in a residential garage with a Tesla Powerwall battery.

College of Engineering dean joins NSF advisory committee

Erick Jones to serve three-year term on the NSF Directorate for STEM Education

Man in a suit with arms crossed standing indoors.

Faces of the Pack: Kirsten Schneider

Senior spotlight from the College of Education and Human Development

Kirsten Schneider at Disneyland

A story of finding your purpose and your person

Wolf Pack great Joel Bitonio and his wife, Courtney, continue to find ways to give back to the University where they first met

Joel Bitonio poses next to his children and wife, Courtney, and his mother while in the Cleveland Browns room accepting the Man of the Year award.

University Police Department – Northern Command to participate in Memorial Run

Five members from UPD will participate in the Nevada Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Relay Run

A group of men and women stand smiling for the camera outside dressed in running police branded gear.

Vice President Kamala Harris visits the University of Nevada, Reno

The vice president was joined by City of Reno Mayor Hillary Schieve and actress Rosario Dawson

Mayor Schieve, Rosario Dawson, and VP Kamala Harris sit on couches and speak on stage with American flags.

University’s Concrete Canoe team wins ISWS regional competition

Team is raising funds to compete in the national competition this June

14 students carrying a canoe into the water at the Sparks Marina.

IT Technician Steve Clayton fixes ‘whatever we’ve messed up’

Clayton wins Classified Employee of the Month award for April

Man sitting at a desk, looking at the camera.

Faces of the Pack: Brian Liu Nguyen

Nguyen reflects on his time at the University and talks about giving back to the community

Man in a beige button down and gold necklace smiling in the woods on a foggy day.

University of Nevada, Reno named a Voter Friendly Campus for the fourth year in a row

This acknowledgement comes from NASPA and the Campus Vote Project

People walking on a sidewalk in between a lawn of grass on the left and a brown building on the right. Clear blue sky in background.

University’s Concrete Canoe team set to compete April 15 at Sparks Marina

Event is part of a regional civil engineering competition April 13-15 at the University

31 students in a garage setting standing around a mold of canoe, ready to pour concrete.

Meet the members of the University’s Wolf Pack Taiko Club

The club’s student officers talk about Taiko, a traditional style of Japanese drumming, and what it means to them

Close up of three people wearing all black and playing tall drums that reach just below their waists with light brown drumsticks in front of a blue background.

College of Engineering listens to industry, academia

Local leaders provide input on new strategic plan, due later this year

Four people sitting inside at a long table; the person on the right is speaking and gesturing with hands in front of her body.

Northern Nevada Diversity Summit to be held at University of Nevada, Reno on April 14

This year’s theme is “Effective Inclusion: Understanding & Supporting Experiences of Belonging”

Brandon Wolf in a green suite speaking on stage.

Whalen, longtime director and AVP for facilities, passes away

In a career that spanned four decades, Brian Whalen helped build today’s University

A sepia toned photo of a young Brian Whalen imposed upon a black and white photo of the University of Nevada, Reno's main campus.

Faces of the Pack: Richard Hutton

Richard Hutton earns Doctor of Musical Art degree and heads to tenure-track position at Boise State

Headshot image of Richard Hutton.

Sagebrushers season 2 ep. 2: What’s next for the Nevada Wolf Pack?

President Brian Sandoval visits with Athletic Director Stephanie Rempe for an update on athletics at the University

President Sandoval sits to the left of Stephanie Rempe in a podcast recording room.

University to celebrate Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month with events in April

Various campus and community events will provide educational opportunities and cultural celebrations

Three students stand outside with plates of food at the API Night Market on campus at UNR.

The University of Nevada, Reno announces new additions to the Nevada Dining Program

In partnership with Chartwells Higher Education, University of Nevada, Reno brings delivery robots, Halal Shack and additional dining concepts to campus this year

A salad wrap being prepared with fresh ingredients by someone who is wearing gloves.

Nevada men's and women's tennis teams previews season with upcoming home openers

The Nevada men's and women's tennis teams open up at McArthur Tennis Court for their spring home openers this weekend with tennis action Friday-Sunday, featuring a doubleheader on Saturday.

Tennis net at McArthur Tennis Court, home of Nevada Tennis

Nevada Earns No. 11 Seed in 2023 NCAA Tournament

Nevada Men's Basketball team is headed to NCAA tournament set to play Arizona State as the No. 11 seed in the first four in Dayton, Ohio

Nevada Men's Basketball players celebrate after point on home court.

Interested in a bioengineering career?

Learn about the bioengineering field at March 30 event

Head shot of keynote speaker Derek Beenfeldt

PBS Reno selects University President Brian Sandoval as 2023 Extraordinary Philanthropist of the Year

President Sandoval will be recognized on Sept. 8 for his ties to the northern Nevada community and the differences he makes in the lives of others

Headshot of a smiling President Brian Sandoval

Faces of the Pack: Black Diaspora Coordinator Brandon Sanders

Sanders talks about the Black Diaspora Program and last month’s Black History Month events

Brandon Sanders smiling in a black suit and white collared button up in front of a glass window that opens up to a blue sky and other concrete buildings.

Robots are feeding the Pack!

Nevada Dining discusses the safety, convenience and sustainability of its food delivery robots

On a sunny day outside of the Knowledge Center a person bends down taking a white bag out of a Starship delivery robot.

BS-DMD student awarded scholarship for dental school

Caitleen Navarro’s standout experiences rewarded

Caitleen Navarro smiles in front of the Quad wearing a Circle K nametag.

Lactation rooms provide comfort and privacy for students, staff and faculty

The University currently maintains nine lactation rooms both on and off campus

Sign outside the lactation room in the Continuing Education Building. The words "105 Lactation/Quiet Room" are written with braille underneath.

Karla Hernández: New director of Hispanic/Latinx community relations

Hernández shares her background at the University and what her new position entails

Woman smiles in a navy blue collared 'Nevada' shirt in front of a grey gradient background.

Memorial service slated for Feb. 17 for James Cox, late director of JSCU

A memorial service for Dr. James Cox, director of the Joe Crowley Student Union who passed away in early January, will be held on Friday, Feb. 17, from 4-6 p.m. in the fourth floor ballrooms of the JCSU

James Cox's headshot on a black background.

Nevada Governor Joe Lombardo visits campus

Lombardo met with University faculty and students and toured various sites

Governor Joe Lombardo stands on the balcony of Morrill Hall next to University President Brian Sandoval waving to a small crowd while a large sign hangs beneath them reading "Welcome, Governor Joe Lombardo!"

Multicultural Center and others partner for Black History Month events

A movie night, trivia, on campus barbershop and a two-day series of events with Dr. Frederick Gooding are just some of what is in store for the Wolf Pack this month

Students studying and learning in the Multicultural Center on campus in the Pennington buliding.

Nevada takes down #22 San Diego State 75-66 to earn second consecutive ranked victory at home

Nevada Men's Basketball beats ranked teams in consecutive home games for the first time in program history.

Tre Coleman shoots a 3 pointer and the home team bench cheers.

What’s your favorite Sesquicentennial celebration logo?

The 150th anniversary of the University of Nevada, Reno will begin on Oct. 12, 2023

The UNR campus from the early 1900s in sepia tones. It is mostly an empty field with Morrill hall and buildings from the university quad visible.

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.

Victoria Gailey looks to close out legendary collegiate career heading into the spring season

Nevada Women's Golf fifth-year Victoria Gailey, looks to continue her historic success heading into the spring season of competition with three consecutive tournament wins during the fall season

Victoria Gailey wins an individual medal at The Clash at Boulder Creek 2022

College of Engineering expands leadership team to support new strategic plan

Research, workforce development and academic excellence remain top priorities

Photo collage with head shots of Fred Harris, Jeffrey LaCombe and Candice Bauer

International exchange with Nepalese university underway

College of Engineering Dean Erick Jones facilitated Memorandum of Understanding with Tribhuvan University

Twelve people standing around a desk, with two people holding up documents.

University of Nevada, Reno student travels to the White House to discuss reproductive rights

First-year student Asma Baloch attends meeting with the American Council on Education

Group of people in business clothes centered in the room standing closely together.

Engineering professor recognized by international Minerals, Metals & Materials Society

Yufeng Zheng awarded a Young Leaders Professional Development Award

Yufeng Zheng standing in front of lab equipment.

CREATE Scholar Sunshine Rodriquez

A Q-&-A with one of the scholars from the National Science Foundation-funded “Creating Retention and Engagement for Academically Talented Engineers” program. Sunshine Rodriguez is a member of the first cohort of CREATE program scholars.

Sunshine Rodriguez, seen from the waist up, standing outside.

Faces of the Pack: Alejandro Robles

Senior spotlight from the College of Science

Man wearing blue collared UNR College of Science shirt. Background is the Knowledge Center and a blue sky.

Engineering confers 138 degrees at Winter Commencement

Thirty-seven graduates, Dean Erick Jones participate in Order of the Engineer ceremony.

Two male students in cap and gown attire seated indoors next to a banner that reads "Engineering."

Herz Gold Medalist Childress works to help others

Elsie Childress to receive Herz Gold Medal during Winter Commencement

Elsie Childress stands in a field in Nevada regalia.

Winter Commencement 2022: ‘Today we are excited about the prospect of living in a world where you lead the way’

The University held two 30th Winter Commencement Ceremonies.

Graduates from the winter 2022 commencement ceremony look at the main stage at Lawlor as the ceremony begins.

Jill Tolles named Guinn Center Executive Director

Tolles to succeed Dr. Dana Bennett, who served as interim executive director since June 2022

Headshot of Jill Tolles imposed upon a background image of the UNR campus.

CREATE Scholar Amelia Bryan

A Q-&-A with one of the scholars from the National Science Foundation-funded “Creating Retention and Engagement for Academically Talented Engineers” program. Amelia Bryan is a member of the second cohort of CREATE program scholars.  

Amelia Bryan, shown from the waist up, standing outside.

21 Student-athletes will graduate this winter

Wolfie the mascot points at the camera while standing on the Nevada football field.

Faces of the Pack: Alejandra Griswold and Kira Ewoldt

Two Liberal Arts students have been selected to present at the 2023 Writing Across Borders Conference in Norway

Headshots of Alejandra Griswold (left) and Kira Ewoldt (right).

Winter 2022 Senior Scholars honored by University

University of Nevada, Reno and the Nevada Alumni Association recognize graduates with top grade-point averages

Morrill Hall from the quad.

CREATE Scholar Omar Carillo

A Q-&-A with one of the scholars from the National Science Foundation-funded “Creating Retention and Engagement for Academically Talented Engineers” (CREATE) program. Omar Carillo is a member of the first cohort of CREATE program scholars. 

Portrait of Omar Carillo, shown from the chest up, standing outside.

CREATE Scholar Tyreis Gatson

A Q-&-A with one of the scholars from the National Science Foundation-funded “Creating Retention and Engagement for Academically Talented Engineers” program. Tyreis Gatson is a member of the first cohort of CREATE program scholars.

Tyreis Gatson standing outside, shown from the chest up, with a building in the background.

CREATE Scholar Alexander Silveira

A Q & A with one of the scholars from the National Science Foundation-funded “Creating Retention and Engagement for Academically Talented Engineers” program. Alexander Silveira is a member of the first cohort of CREATE program scholars.

Alexander Silviera smiling, standing outside wearing a Nevada Engineering t-shirt.

Wijkhuijs earns Go Tech Dr. Pepper Tuition scholarship

This fifth-year student-athlete for Nevada and has earned multiple All-Mountain West honors since her freshman year in 2019

Josien Wijkhuijs dives off the block in swim meet

Faces of the Pack: Kari A. Emm

She successfully defended her dissertation titled “American Indian/Alaska Native Transfer Student Experiences into a Four-Year University”

Kari Emm

CREATE Scholar Jacob Gosz

A Q & A with one of the scholars from the NSF-funded "Creating Retention and Engagement for Academically Talented Engineers" program. Jacob Gosz is a member of the second cohort of CREATE program scholars.

Jacob Gosz standing outdoors, grass and building in the background, shown from the chest up.

#WhatsMyName Foundation provides rideshare insights to the University of Nevada, Reno

How students can be vigilant about their surroundings when using rideshares

Red, black and white sign (with acronym S.A.M.I.) posted on pole in front of brown building with blue sky in the background.

Engineering student, former Marine reflects on lessons learned in the military

“The Marine Corps taught me how to be dedicated, confident and how to set and achieve goals.”

Lexa Baldwin portrait from waist up standing against a wall

Three veterans share their experiences and insight

Daniella Smith, Roger Gahan and Abigail Kaplan talk about the University and what Veterans Day means to them

The front of the Pennington Student Achievement Center with two students sitting in the grass and several students walking behind them.

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.

Vaccines available for students, faculty and staff

As cold and flu season approaches, the Wolf Pack is encouraged to get vaccinated


Sagebrushers ep. 8: Dr. Steve Eubanks

President Brian Sandoval talks with Director of Athletic Bands Steve Eubanks about the Pride of Sierra Marching Band's plans for the coming year, Eubanks' background as a high school band director and more

President Brian Sandoval and Dr. Steve Eubanks smile while sitting next to each other in the recording space

Wolf Pack at Work: Shay Jordan, Kayleigh Broadway and JaJa Chang

Child and Family Research Center student employees incorporate what they are learning in class into their job and life

Student workers Shay, Kayleigh and JaJa

Faces of the Pack: Megha Malik selected to present research at international conference

Liberal Arts student receives Nevada Undergraduate Research Award to study the human-elephant-conflict in Sri Lanka

Headshot image of Megha Malik, a liberal arts student.

Nevada Athletics Mental Health Initiative aims to make new program one of the best in the country

Andre Agassi Foundation for Education supports mental health initiative for student-athletes

Student-athletes taking part in mental health training.

State of the University: ‘We are a University that is rising’

During his second “State of the University” address, President Brian Sandoval talked about the challenges, and the opportunities, facing the University in the coming year

UNR President Brian Sandoval stands at the podium giving the 2022 State of the University address with a slide titled Wolf Pack Rising behind him.

Faces of the Pack: Isabel Peñaloza Araujo

As a first-generation Latina in mining, Isabel Peñaloza Araujo feels proud of her accomplishments, especially as an international student in the U.S. She is well on her way to accomplishing plenty more

Isabel Peñaloza Araujo poses for the camera. She has dark hair, wears glasses and a blue Mackay polo, smiling.

Nevada Wolf Pack Athletics celebrates Hispanic Latinx Heritage Month

Members of the Nevada Women's Soccer team kick off the celebration with a video on what this month means to them

Kendal Stovall practices as goalkeeper at Nevada Women's Soccer practice

State of the University address 2022: Wolf Pack Rising

President Brian Sandoval will touch on a number of University achievements, discuss institutional priorities and speak about the recently completed University Strategic Plan

University President Brian Sandoval poses outside on the campus quad with a group of students who are all dressed in Med School regalia.

Faces of the Pack: Micah Lilo brings STEM skills to the football field and the lab

Wolf Pack linebacker receives Undergraduate Research funding to investigate energy-saving dynamic windows

Micah Lilo, redshirt sophomore linebacker for the Wolf Pack football team on the field at Mackay in uniform pointing away from the camera.

Mountain West Men's Basketball schedule announced

The Pack will play nine at home, beginning with Dec. 28's contest against the Broncos, and nine on the road games in the 18-game slate

Will Baker takes a shot against UMD in Lawlor Event Center

Mountain West releases 2022-23 women’s basketball slate

Opponents coming to the Lawlor Events Center include defending Mountain West champions UNLV along with 2022 Women's National Invitational Tournament teams Wyoming, Air Force and New Mexico

Lexie Givens with the ball against Fresno State in Lawlor Event Center

Arreaga recognized nationally by TopDrawerSoccer

Arreaga on field in game during home soccer opener in Mackay Stadium.

Balancing college and a career

Journalism student Chloe Cross gives her advice on managing classes and a full-time job

Chloe Cross smiles and holds up a pass that says 2NEWS.

Wolf Pack Football opens home slate with afternoon kickoff

Toa Taua carries the ball in game at New Mexico State University.

Skiing returns to Nevada Athletics

Skiing will make its return to the Nevada Athletics varsity lineup in the 2022-23 athletic season.

University of Nevada, Reno President Brian Sandoval poses holding a Nevada Skiing branded baseball hat along with Nevada Skiing coach Mihaela Kosi and Nevada Athletics Director Stephanie Rempe in front of a Nevada Athletics and Champion Chevrolet backdrop.

University of Nevada, Reno and Bird partner on shared mobility

University allows Bird scooters on campus

Bird scooters in a parking lot north of campus with the Mackay Stadium in the backgroun

Faces of the Pack: Jennifer Clayton discovers fascination for autonomous robotics

First-generation student finds vast opportunity through mentorships, research experiences and the University community

Jennifer Clayton alongside Mark Genung, director of the Nevada Autonomous test site program, at this summer’s Censys Technologies and Iris Automation drone demonstration.

Peggy Bohn recognized as the Nevada Veteran Employee of the Month for July 2022

Bohn currently works in the University’s Real Estate Office

Three women, two in red and one in black, posing with the Seal of Nevada in the background.

Men’s Basketball announces non-conference schedule

K.J. Hymes dunking a basket in Lawlor Event Center

Toa Taua named to Polynesian College Football Player of the Year watch list

Toa Taua running the ball in game versus San Jose State.

Sagebrushers ep. 6: Coach Ken Wilson

President Brian Sandoval talks with Nevada Wolf Pack Football Coach Ken Wilson about Wilson's decision to return to Nevada, his plans for the program and more.

President Brian Sandoval and Coach Ken Wilson smile while sitting next to each other, wearing headphones in the recording space

Wolf Pack Football welcomes Chris Ault Field Sponsored by ITS Logistics

ITS Logistics provides generous gift to replace turf at Mackay Stadium

Ribbon cutting ceremony with Brian Sandoval, ITS Logistics leadership, and Wolf Pack Football leadership along with the Nevada Wolf Pack Cheerleaders and mascots on the new turf during a sunny day. Everyone is happy, smiling, and you can see the freshly cut ribbon hanging amongst the crowd of nearly 50 people.

University’s NevadaFIT begins with move-in Aug. 18 and events all weekend

Academic ‘Freshman Intensive Transition’ program features iPad distribution, Opening Ceremony in Mackay Stadium

Nevada student Jillian Perry poses with her family and a NevadaFIT volunteer in front of Great Basin Hall with two large carts full of dormitory room items.

University of Nevada, Reno to reopen Argenta Hall for fall 2022 semester

The residence hall has been receiving building updates since July 2019

The front of the Argenta Hall building

Earthquake research, commitment to students recognized

Civil engineering professor Keri Ryan has been named McKenzie Professor.

Studio portrait of Keri Ryan

Summer construction update

Several exciting projects are underway this summer

A north facing shot of the Quad with a tree on the left-hand side and the Mackay Mines building in the background.

Wolves on Wheels: Elizabeth Koebele

Associate Professor Elizabeth Koebele on bike commuting, racing and expanding gender and racial equity in cycling.

Elizabeth Koebele racing on a bike

Sagebrushers ep. 5: Dionne Stanfill and Bayla Fitzpatrick

President Brian Sandoval talks with the ASUN president and vice president about why they chose to study at the University, what goals they plan to accomplish this year and more.

President Brian Sandoval, Dionne Stanfill and Bayla Fitzpatricj smile while sitting next to each other, wearing headphones in the recording space

Daphne Hooper: New director of community Indigenous relations

Hooper highlights her goals in her position and what she has been working on since being hired

Woman smiling for headshot photo in front of a grey background.

Dr. Paul Hauptman, M.D., named dean of the University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine and chief academic officer for Renown Health

Paul Hauptman

University of Nevada, Reno names Erick Jones dean of the College of Engineering

Jones is a senior science advisor in the Office of the Chief Economist at the U.S. State Department

Dr. Erik Jones

Caring for the Quadrangle

Facilities Services highlights the Quad’s year-round maintenance

Photo of the Quad facing Morill Hall.

Wolves on Wheels: Emily Hobson

Learn how bikes can help change the world (and other reasons Chair of the Department of Gender, Race, and Identity Emily Hobson rides a bike). Got your own bike story? Share it with us!

Emily Hobson

‘Queering STEM Culture’ set to publish June 28

Engineering professor co-edits book exploring experiences of queer and trans community and their allies in post-secondary STEM settings.

Head shot of Kelly Cross

Environmental science student-researcher wins Regents’ award for notable accomplishments

Nicole Choma reflects on how experiences in undergraduate research, marching band and other scholarly activities have enhanced her college journey

Nicole Choma receiving a Regents' award.

Wolves on Wheels: Alex Vanderhoff

Avid mountain biker Alex Vanderhoff shares her love of local trails. Whether you're a rain-or-shine bike commuter, a frequenter of the downhill mountain bike trails north of campus or you enjoy a mellow ride on a sunny day, we want to hear your story!

Alex Vanderhoff mountain biking in Ely, Nevada

Banner year for NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program awards

An all-time high of 13 student-awardees affiliated with the University of Nevada, Reno receive the prestigious NSF fellowship

A collage of individual photos of the 2022 NSF Graduate Research Fellows attending University of Nevada, Reno

Sagebrushers ep. 3: Teaching Professor Sarah Cummings

Join host President Brian Sandoval as he and Director of Advancements in Teaching Excellence and award-winning Teaching Professor Sarah Cummings talk about teaching, sustainable chemistry, Wolf Pack Athletics and more

President Brian Sandoval and Professor Sarah Cummings talk into microphones and wear headphones in the recording space

Wolf Pack claims seven medals at Mountain West Track and Field Championships

Nevada Women’s Track and Field finished in fourth place at the meet

Women's Track and Field athletes on the track holding javelins

High schools and teachers – and University – benefit from concurrent enrollment

Pilot program gives 450 high school students a fast start toward earning a college degree

Jim Webber and Annie Trinh with Grace Bayer standing in front of the entrance sign at at Cheyenne High School.

Wolves on Wheels: Carlos Ramirez-Reyes

Both a bike commuter and a bike camper, Ramirez-Reyes shares his favorite experiences on two wheels. Whether you're a rain-or-shine bike commuter, a frequenter of the downhill mountain bike trails north of campus or you enjoy a mellow ride on a sunny day, we want to hear your story!

Carlos Ramirez-Reyes poses with his bike with mountains behind him.

Quim Vidal Mora and A.J. Lintunen guide the Wolf Pack to ninth in NCAA Regional

Nevada Men’s Golf did not finish outside the top 10 in any single tournament this season and competed in its fourth straight NCAA Regional

The Nevada Men's Golf Team posing in front of a lake on a golf course

Hallowed ground: Spring Commencement returns to the Quad

More than 3,000 degrees were conferred over three days on the University's historic Quadrangle, where ceremonies were held for the first time since 2019

The Quad packed full of graduates looking at the stage. A mortar board in the foreground reads, "I just kept swimming."

Two campuses, one common cause

The past academic year has seen collaboration and teamwork mark the SNU-UNR transition

SNU transition leaders Sue Johnson and Jill Heaton

Sommerfeld leads Pack trio in heptathlon

Anna Maria Sommerfeld led the trio of Pack athletes on Day 1, sitting in sixth place. Hanah Smrt closed the day in eighth and Kate Kadrmas in ninth

Anna Marie Sommerfeld poised to throw a javelin

University honors its best at 'Honor the Best'

The past year's achievements by students, faculty and staff honored at annual ceremony

President Sandoval going to hug Dr. Hug-English after presenting her with her award

Nevada Men’s Golf Clinches Fourth Straight NCAA Regional Berth

The Wolf Pack will compete in the Stockton Regional from May 16-18 at Reserve Spanos Park.

Trey Davis swings during a golf game

Nevada faces No. 13 USC in NCAA Tournament first round

Nevada Men's Tennis will begin play in its first NCAA Tournament at No. 13 overall seed USC. First serve at Marks Stadium is scheduled for Friday, May 6, at 1 p.m.

Men's tennis team seated at an event

Men’s Tennis claims Mountain West outright title

Wolf Pack win first Mountain West regular season title and the first conference title since 1982

The Mens Tennis team celebrating with their Mountain West Champions trophy

Sagebrushers ep. 2: Dean Manos Maragakis

Join your host President Brian Sandoval as he talks with Dean of the College of Engineering Manos Maragakis about running, stepping down from his role and into the faculty, and his favorite times on campus

President Brian Sandoval and Dean Manos Maragakis in the recording studio with headphones on

Undergraduate researcher and McNair Scholar reflects on impressive academic journey

Experience in Undergraduate Research and McNair Scholars Program leads to NSF graduate fellowship award for CABNR student

Alexis Palma shakes faculty mentor's hand.

Leah John and Victoria Gailey earn individual berths into NCAA Championship

This will be the first time in program history that the team has had two golfers make the NCAA Regionals as individuals

Leah John

Nicola Ader Earns Mountain West Field Athlete of the Week

Ader broke the school record in the Heptathlon

Nicola Ader on the track

Wolves on Wheels: Joanna Trieger

Dedicated bike commuter Joanna Trieger shares her favorite "parking" spot. Whether you're a rain-or-shine bike commuter, a frequenter of the downhill mountain bike trails north of campus or you enjoy a mellow ride on a sunny day, we want to hear your story!

Joanna Trieger takes a selfie on a bike

Troy Morris is the Employee Veteran of the Month for the State of Nevada for March 2022

Facilities Supervisor Troy Morris is a valued member of the Wolf Pack community and has a hand in nearly every event that takes place on campus.

Troy Morris with President Ronald Reagan and First Lady Nancy Reagan

Wolf Pack Weekend details and information

The Nevada football team is set for the Battle Born Showdown. Men's tennis plays SDSU. Women's soccer plays Lake Tahoe CC. And softball plays New Mexico.

Mackay Stadium with fireworks

You earns Mountain West Diving Coach of the Year

Jian Li You earned her seventh Mountain West Diving Coach of the Year honor

Coach Jian Li You at a diving meet with a score card

Waiters to represent Team USA in the 24th Summer DeafLympics

Nevada Senior Kyla Waiters has been selected to represent the USA dear volleyball team

Kyla Waiters jumping to hit a volleyball during a game

Wolves on Wheels: Tom Albright

Read about Associate Professor of Geography Tom Albright's adventures on a bicycle. Whether you're a rain-or-shine bike commuter, a frequenter of the downhill mountain bike trails north of campus or you enjoy a mellow ride on a sunny day, we want to hear your story!

Tom Albright, his wife and daughter on a triple bike with a trailer

Computer science & engineering students will showcase Capstone projects April 29

View design projects created by graduating seniors at CSE Innovation Day.

Two people standing and three sitting in front of a project poster with a table in front of them.

Wolves on Wheels: Jennifer Kent

Read about Jennifer Kent's love of bicycling to campus with her daughter. Whether you're a rain-or-shine bike commuter, a frequenter of the downhill mountain bike trails north of campus or you enjoy a mellow ride on a sunny day, we want to hear your story!

Jennifer Kent and her daughter on a bike on campus.

Victoria Gailey Finishes in Third-Place at Wyoming Cowgirl Classic

Gailey led Nevada Women’s Golf to a Fourth Place Finish overall in Arizona

Victoria Gailey driving a golf ball at the Wyoming Cowgirl Classic

Nevada Football Set for Battle Born Showdown April 23

Join Nevada Football at Mackay Stadium for our annual Spring Game at 6 p.m.

Mackay Stadium looking at the home side of the field and stands from the 50 yard line

Peyton Callens of Nevada Men’s Golf wins first career championship

Nevada continues its dominant play this season with another top-seven finish. This is the third time the Pack has finished second this year and the eighth time it has finished in the top seven through eight tournaments during the 2021-22 season.

Peyton Callens holding trophy

Aging Appreciation Week: Gerontology Academic Program offers events for everyone

Explore the joy, challenges and humanity of aging today as part of Aging Appreciation Week, April 4 to 6, 2022

Theresa B. Skaar

Materials science and engineering student wins big at international conference

Sydney Fields won best poster award at her first conference, The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society 2022 Annual Meeting & Exhibition

Sydney Fields in front of her poster presentation.

Nevada Men’s Cross Country Earns Personal Bests at Bob Larsen Distance Carnival

The Nevada Wolf Pack men's cross country team competed at the Bob Larsen Distance Carnival March 25

The Nevada Woolf Pack mens cross country team and coaches

Indigenous feminist speakers brought to the University of Nevada, Reno’s campus

Guest speakers are made possible through Nevada Humanities grants in an effort to promote decolonial change through local empowerment thanks to Lydia Huerta and Debra Harry

Cherry blossoms blooming outside of the Thompson Building

Sagebrushers podcast: Tales from The Wolf Pack Way

President Brian Sandoval hosts the new podcast from the University of Nevada, Reno, launching on Spotify, Apple Podcasts and more March 29

Dr. Cheryl Hug-English (left), President Brian Sandoval (right) and Nevada Today Editor Karl Fendelander (center back)

University-grown meat and produce now available to those in need through on-campus food pantry

Pack Provisions partners with Wolf Pack Meats and Desert Farming Initiative to provide ground beef, fruits and vegetables year round

A bag full of fresh ground beef, greens and other food items sits on a table next to a bagged loaf of bread and two clementines and a stack of two packages of ground beef.

Nicola Ader earns Mountain West Field Athlete of the Week

Ader earns this honor with her first place finish in the high jump

Nicola Ader performing a high jump

Grand (re)Opening of the Pillsbury Graduate Quiet Study (MIKC 500)

Graduate Research Assistant and Internal Vice President of the Graduate Student Association Taissa K. Lytchenko talks about the dedicated study space for graduate students

Dean of Libraries, Catherine Cardwell, Vice Provost for Graduate Education, Dean of the Graduate School, David Zeh, Executive Vice-President, Provost, Jeff Thompson, President of Graduate Student Association, Matthew Hawn and Internal Vice President of Graduate Student Association, Taissa K Lytchenko in front of the study area

Women’s Golf to host inaugural Patty Sheehan Golf Tournament

The Patty Sheehan Golf Tournament benefiting Nevada Women's Golf will be on Monday, May 23rd at Somersett Country Club

A member of the women's golf team swinging the club

Nevada earns Mountain West SAAC Community Service Award

It is the fifth time in the past eight years that Nevada has earned the award

Wolf Pack cheerleaders with University President Brian Sandoval on the basketball court with the award

University's logging sports team cuts its way to victory

Nevada Loggers win big at largest forest conference and exhibition in the West

Chuck sits on a log as his two Nevada Loggers teammates work together to saw it in half using a crosscut saw.

Cambridge Jr., Sherfield of Nevada Men’s Basketball named to All-Mountain West Third Team

Each player earned an All-Mountain West honor for the second year in a row

Sherfield making a shot during a basketball game surrounded by opposing team members

Fall 2021 Foundation Outstanding Letter of Appointment Instructional Faculty Awards

Award recipients are recognized for their outstanding instruction and for creating positive learning environments

Morrill Hall

Sophomore Isabella Pfeiffer is participating in the Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange program

German exchange student gains self-confidence and independence while studying at the University

Isabella Pfeiffer

Blue Tie Ball announced for April 22

The Blue Tie Ball returns in 2022, as Nevada Athletics will host the 11th edition of the event Friday, April 22, at The Peppermill Resort and Casino

Man wearing suit with blue tie and blue pocket square

DePolo of Nevada Swim and Dive qualifies for NCAA Championships

Nevada swimmer Donna dePolo has qualified to compete at the 2022 NCAA Championships for the second year in a row

dePolo at the side of the pool about to get in

Nevada Lands 61 to Academic All-Mountain West list

University of Nevada, Reno had 61 student-athletes named to the Fall 2021 Academic All-Mountain West List