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2/27/2019

Ask the Professor

Dr. Lorrel Toft, associate professor and cardiologist, makes a heart with her hands

How do I maintain a healthy heart?

Dr. Lorrel Brown Toft, M.D. breaks down easy ways to keep track of your heart health and improve it

Do I need to worry about coronavirus?

Dr. Cheryl Hug-English breaks down the facts about novel coronavirus, including symptoms, government response and whether you should be concerned

What do parents need to know about teens and sexting?

Samuel Ehrenreich, assistant professor of human development and family studies offers advice to parents regarding teen sexting

What is the impeachment process?

U.S. government political scientist breaks down the impeachment process

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University of Nevada, Reno signs contract for two interim housing facilities

Agreement procures 836 needed student beds for the 2020-2021 academic year

Making a difference where the rubber meets the road

University of Nevada, Reno pavement team completes a 5-year study to help improve nation’s highways

A match made in medical school

UNR Med Student Outreach Clinic involvement sparks medical student romance, leads to marriage

Nevada professors teach Uzbekistan government, students range management

Schultz, Perryman partner with Utah State University and Uzbekistan’s Samarkand State University

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Five decades later, the Howard Goldbaum Collection

University journalism professor honored by his alma mater for his student photography work

Making a difference where the rubber meets the road

University of Nevada, Reno pavement team completes a 5-year study to help improve nation’s highways

Black Business Student Association: A student-success program in the College of Business

Student club designed to retain, connect and provide meanigful opportunitities to College of Business students who identify as black or of African descent.

Dean Easton-Brooks: my voice, my citizenship

Black History Month and the right to vote

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University of Nevada, Reno signs contract for two interim housing facilities

Agreement procures 836 needed student beds for the 2020-2021 academic year

Preserving the Awa Amazon Community

Anthropologist helps to protect and revitalize local indigenous communities in Brazil

Black Business Student Association: A student-success program in the College of Business

Student club designed to retain, connect and provide meanigful opportunitities to College of Business students who identify as black or of African descent.

Dean Easton-Brooks: my voice, my citizenship

Black History Month and the right to vote