Biology Department doctoral alumnus Julie Robinson and Chief Scientist of NASA's International Space Station on how research happening in space is changing our lives here on Earth.

Alumni feature: Julie Robinson

Alumni & Friends

Our alumni are a vital part of our College community. They are leaders in their fields, innovators of change, and the most important role models for our students. Stay connected to the College of Science and help build a future of discovery.

Building a future of discovery, together

We are a college of accomplished faculty and inventive students, leading researchers and scientific pioneers. Every day, these great minds take on complex challenges and unearth groundbreaking solutions for problems we all care about. Imagine where we could go if we work together to support them. Will you join us?

Happening at the College of Science

Students gather around a black workbench with their hands folded. The workbench has beakers and plastic tubes with bees and blue and yellow paper strips in them. The beakers have sucrose and water labels on them.

Kids explore frogs, bees and science at the University

Students in Northern Nevada got the opportunity to learn from graduate students and professors at the Daugherty Summer Science Exploration program.

Nicole Choma receiving a Regents' award.

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

A man wearing a hat and sunglasses stands on red rocks in front of a rock arch.

Paving the Wolf Pack Way: Garrett Vice ‘08

Paving the Wolf Pack Way is a series of stories showcasing Wolf Pack Way alumni from the College of Science.