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How can I help someone considering suicide?

Learn how you can help – or get help – from the Rev. Suzanne Watson, M.D., a third-year psychiatry resident at the University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine and an ordained Episcopal priest.

Do I need a primary care provider?

Alexandra Watson, ’17 M.D., University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine family medicine chief resident, discusses the ins and outs of primary care providers.

My children of color are in a predominantly white school. How can I be an effective advocate for them?

The College of Education Dean, Dr. Donald Easton-Brooks talks about opportunities of engagement between parents and teachers.

Who needs to be knowledgeable about wildfires? Everyone!

Dr. Sam Dugan from the University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine drops some knowledge about wildfires – especially smoke, survival and situational awareness

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University leaders win Lifetime Achievement and Leadership awards

Karen Penner-Johnson, President Marc Johnson and Larry Engstrom recognized at 2019 EDAWN Arts & Business Awards luncheon

New ecosystem ecologist researches contaminants in Nevada landscape

Joanna Blaszczak joins the College of Agriculture, Biotechnology & Natural Resources

Team CERBERUS competes at DARPA robotic underground terrain competition

DARPA Subterranean Challenge features 11 teams from around the world

A new MyNEVADA is on its way

The Student Informaiton System is undergoing a technical upgrade, (which requires a short outage) and the new MyNEVADA will enhance the user experience for students.

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Team CERBERUS robots in tunnel

Team CERBERUS competes at DARPA robotic underground terrain competition

DARPA Subterranean Challenge features 11 teams from around the world

Nevada Senator Joyce Woodhouse credits 4-H for building her leadership skills at an early age

“4-H helped me in school by teaching me ... to always do my best. I always wanted those blue ribbons.”

Citing sources: University Libraries serve key role supporting student research

Subject librarians train students to find credible resources in a vast sea of information

Uncharted territory at Wolf Pack Tower

NevadaFIT preparation for new students officially kicks off with Saturday's move-in day

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CBESS mentor and University of Nevada, Reno senior Ryan Becker and high school mentees Anthony Antelo from the Academy of Arts, Careers and Technology in Reno and Miguel Pacheco from Silver State High School in Carson City examine a sheep brain during a three-week residential program encouraging bilingual youth to pursue careers in health care.

UNR Med students mentor next generation of bilingual health care providers

University program works with bilingual youth to recruit and train a more diverse network of health care professionals in Nevada.

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

New report finds border communities inundated with surveillance technologies

A new MyNEVADA is on its way

The Student Informaiton System is undergoing a technical upgrade, (which requires a short outage) and the new MyNEVADA will enhance the user experience for students.

How can I help someone considering suicide?

Learn how you can help – or get help – from the Rev. Suzanne Watson, M.D., a third-year psychiatry resident at the University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine and an ordained Episcopal priest.