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Thursday, March 27

Nevada Science Fair

The goal of the Western Nevada Regional Science & Engineering Fair (WNRS&EF) and Lemelson Young Inventors Challenge (LYIC) competitions is to promote...

"Changing Faces and Places: Making Nevada" Exhibit

“Changing Faces and Places: Making Nevada” is the second in a series of three Special Collections exhibits commemorating 150 years of Nevada History. These...

13th Annual International Conference

Conference “A Comparative View of the Resilience of Public Finances and Self-Government in the Basque Country, Scotland, and Catalonia (Europe), Nevada...

Basque Political and Cultural Exhibit

Basque graduate students install the exhibition of a selection of Basque political and cultural posters from the Basque library archive in the MacNamara...

Exhibit: Manipulated View

The American West is more than a place or landscape: it’s an idea, a dream and a mythology. From the earliest days of westward expansion to contemporary...

Summer Session Kickoff

We'll be giving away tons of information, flip flops, t-shirts, Sunnie the Sunballs, and chapstick (while supplies last) to celebrate the start of Summer...

30 Minutes to Success: Networking Skills

The Northern Nevada Human Resources Association presents this free career workshop for all students. This week the topic is Networking Skills. Attend to...

Excess Credit Fee Workshop

Have you heard about the new NSHE wide Excess Credit Fee policy, going into effect Fall 2014? Come by and hear from an Admissions and Records representative...

Club and Organization Workshop

The Center for Student Engagement Staff is hosting a series of workshops for Clubs and Organizations. This workshop will be a Fundraising Workshop by the...

Live Basque Music

Basque live music with txistu (flute) and atabala (single drum), with Basque Profs. Joseba Agirreazkuenaga and Mikel Aranburu. Basque library.

"Saving Walker Lake" by Dr. Leah Wilds, Professor of Political Science and Fitzgerald Distinguished Professor of the Humanities

Dr. Leah Wilds, Professor of Political Science and Fitzgerald Distinguished Professor of the Humanities will speak on "Saving Walker Lake."

Exhibit: Mandala Installation for the Lunar New Year

Nancy Hom will work with the community to build a giant mandala in observance of the Lunar New Year at Artspace in the West Street Market in downtown Reno....

"Strategies for taming a Swahili husband: Zanzibari women's talk about love in Islamic marriages"

Dr. Katrina Daly Thompson presents a lecture on "Strategies for taming a Swahili husband: Zanzibari women's talk about love in Islamic marriages"

Student Dance Concert

Join us for an evening of work choreographed and performed by dance students. The dance division presents this concert in collaboration with the Student...

Thursday, March 27

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