The interim dean has long worked to ensure everyone has access to STEM education
Ying Yang plans to design polymers that mimic living cells
Mackay School of Earth Sciences and Engineering Professor Stacia Gordon hits the road for another YouTube cameo
Researchers in the Department of Geological Sciences and Engineering weigh in on a hotly debated topic in tectonics and geomorphology: the age of the Sierra Nevada mountain range
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
de Bettencourt-Dias has a lengthy list of contributions to her field, as well as invaluable service to the University and its students.
The psychology professor, who has worked at the University for 32 years, received the award in her final year before retirement.
Paving the Wolf Pack Way is a series of stories showcasing Wolf Pack Way alumni from the College of Science.
Scientific Lead in the development of the COVID-19 mRNA vaccine discusses her research and work, the importance of good mentorship, and finding her place in science.
Deep pools in Mekong River may be home to world's largest freshwater fish
Jamie Voyles will be celebrated with her colleagues at the University's Honor the Best event
Elizabeth Pringle will study how plant chemistry changes in response to drought in the Great Basin.
Faculty mentors and student awardees provide insight to the rewarding experience of University-supported research, scholarly and creative activities
A look at the difficulties and biases women in STEM careers face written by the freshmen Women in Science and Engineering (WiSE) LLC cohort on the topic of women in STEM
A look at this pioneering scientist's life written by the freshmen Women in Science and Engineering (WiSE) LLC cohort on the topic of women in STEM
The annual competition selected the top three videos, along with two honorable mentions and a most-engaged watch party to win prizes.
To make STEM fields more successful, look at adding to, rather than limiting, what women and members of minority groups are doing
Read the second of six blogs written by the freshmen Women in Science and Engineering (WiSE) LLC cohort on the topic of women in STEM to be shared throughout the 2021-22 academic year.
Read the first of six blogs written by the freshmen Women in Science and Engineering (WiSE) LLC cohort on the topic of women in STEM to be shared throughout this academic year. The blogs are part of an assignment in the WiSE LLC SCI 110 course.
Providing support and inspiration for female scientists and engineers at the University of Nevada, Reno.
Elizabeth Everest (WiSE graduate) and Connor Billman of the Department of Biology both received the prestigious award.