Events

Monday, April 15

Nevada Naturalist Certification Program

University of Nevada Cooperative Extension is offering the spring session of the Nevada Naturalist Program in Las Vegas beginning March 25 to provide a broad...

Volunteer at the Reno Jazz Festival

Be a part of the 2019 Reno Jazz Festival by signing up to be a volunteer. You’ll be taking part in what is considered one of the biggest jazz events in the...

“The Future of Interdisciplinarity”: STEM Methods and Medieval StudiesSymposium

The last decade has seen an enormous rise in the number of research projects employing scientific tools toengage long-standing historical questions. From...

Closer to the Land: Environment and Ecology in Nevada

The Special Collections and University Archives Department at University Libraries along with the University’s Museum of Natural History at the University of...

Mark Combs: Sic Transit Gloria Mundi

The Master of Fine Arts thesis exhibition for Mark Combs. Hours are Mondays through Thursday between noon and 4 p.m. Mark Combs will give a free public...

Mobile Mondays

Mobile Monday's is an initiative created to provide a monthly farmer's market to the campus allowing students to receive fresh produce for free.

Life Skills Workshop

Nevada Student Ambassadors and the Nevada Career Studio are hosting mini workshops to help students learn strategies for life! Topics include: Ultimate...

Lydia Villa-Komaroff – Diversity in STEM, Business and Higher Education

Please join the GSA and Graduate School for this keynote presentation by Dr. Lydia Villa-Komaroff. The presentation will be followed by a reception. Lydia...

The puzzles of plant chemical defense: unexpected trade-offs and multiple roles in grasses

The Hitchcock Center for Chemical Ecology welcomes Dr. Jonathan Gershenzon, Director, Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology in Germany. Dr. Gershenzon...

Bijou Bell

Bijou Bell's Junior Percussion Recital. This percussion performance is in partial fulfillment of Bell's music degree. All are welcome to attend.

Leave it Better

University Libraries at the University of Nevada, Reno and the DeLaMare Science and Engineering Library is pleased to announce the opening of the exhibit...

Merle Eisenberg (Princeton University) “The First Plague Pandemic and the End of the Ancient World”

The first part of a symposium on The Future of Interdisciplinarity: STEM Methods and Medieval Studies, this public lecture will revisit the evidence for the...

Monday, April 15