Science Question of the Month

Each month, alumni and friends of the College have the opportunity to answer an undergraduate exam question written by one of our professors and distributed in the College of Science monthly newsletter, Discovery Monthly. The first to send the answer to discovery@unr.edu will be featured as the month's winner.

Keep an eye on your inbox on the last weekday of the month for Discovery Monthly and get your answers in quick!

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December Science Question of the Month Winner: Daniel Phillips

Chemistry alumnus Daniel Phillips answered a Chemistry 181 exam question featured in the Discovery Monthly newsletter.

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November Science Question of the Month Winner: Neil Prenn

Neil Prenn answered a Geology 101 exam question featured in the Discovery Monthly newsletter.

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October Science Question of the Month Winner: Eric Nummela

Math alumnus Eric Nummela answered a Biology 190 exam question featured in the Discovery Monthly newsletter.

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September Science Question of the Month Winner: Michael Jennings

Physics and math alumnus Michael Jennings answered a Math 181 exam question featured in the Discovery magazine.

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