Impact Partnerships


- Bridge Programs -

Dean’s Future Scholars

Dean's Future Scholars (DFS) is an academic outreach program housed in the College of Education that has maintained a 17-year partnership with the Washoe County School District to help low-income, first generation students graduate from high school and college and pursue a career in the field of education.  Since its inception in 2000, 1116 students have been served and over 65% have pursued higher education immediately following high school.  In 2016, 98% of the DFS senior cohort graduated from high school, proving that annual mentoring and summer programming opportunities on the University of Nevada, Reno campus are a successful approach to helping serve underrepresented students starting in the 6th grade and continuing through college.

Implementation Team Members 

Further Information :

Dean's Future Scholars Main Page     Dean's Future Scholars Facebook     Nevada Today

 

WeTeach

Class photo of EDU 110

Class photo of EDU 110

Washoe County School District and University of Nevada, Reno have collaborated to develop a program that prepares aspiring education students for their transition into college and the workforce. WeTeach is currently being implemented at Sparks High School, where students can enroll in the WeTeach course EDU 110. This college level course offers transferable college credits, access to UNR resources, assistance from the College of Education with the university transition, and a para-professional internship that introduces students to the day-to-day life of an educator. While interning at Robert Mitchell Elementary School, members of the EDU 110 class learn to develop an effective lesson plan and how to engage with young students. Principal of Robert Mitchell Elementary, Teri Vaughn, said “I am impressed with the caliber of students who are visiting our school and learning about the education field.”

The contribution to community extends beyond the classrooms of Robert Mitchell Elementary and Sparks High School; all the way to Seville, Spain, where a group of local students work to better their English through the collaboration with the EDU 110 class.

Implementation Team Members:

Further Information:

KOLO 8


Awaken Reno

Awaken is a nonprofit organization located in Reno, Nevada that is dedicated to increasing awareness and education surrounding the issue of commercial sexual exploitation (CSE). Awaken has seen that with the right opportunities and support, locally trafficked women and girls can overcome the circumstances that led to their exploitation. Awaken’s strategies are built on the pillars of Prevention, Restoration and City Transformation. The HDFS program in the COE has partnered with Awaken in being a part of those local opportunities to provide help and resources to women and children affected by CSE.

Awaken’s approach to service delivery is based on best practices and years of experience working with this unique and often enigmatic population. Awaken’s client-centered philosophy guides staff and volunteers to build relationships, develop rapport, identify individual needs, and then determine how best to provide assistance. This person-centered and holistic approach aims to meet each victim’s unique needs and provide personalized, timely, relevant services that help victims achieve their long-term goals.

Awaken has provided curriculum for Vaughn Middle school in Reno Nevada.  The focus on the curriculum is part of the unit on slavery and Awaken centers on modern day slavery. In 2016, Awaken presented in 23 classes and assemblies in 5 schools, reaching nearly 1,600 students.

Implementation Team Members - Awaken Reno

  • Jenna Dewar, UNR, M.S., C.F.L.E., College of Education, Human Development and Family Studies
  • Jen Robinson, Youth Intervention Director Awaken Reno

Further Information:

Awaken Reno Main Page

 

United Way of Northern Nevada and the Sierra

United Way of Northern Nevada and the Sierra embraces the importance of third-grade reading proficiency, knowing it has a direct impact on high school graduation rates. If a child isn’t reading well when they start the fourth grade, they will likely endure a longer-term struggle with learning. United Way of Northern Nevada and the Sierra and its programs and partnerships throughout the community are designed to help make the fourth grade and beyond a literacy-fueled journey for our children. The organization works alongside many passionate volunteers and members of the community who share this commitment to successful early-age reading.

Through a vibrant, multi-sector, region-wide effort to raise the bar for grade-level reading, the United Way of Northern Nevada and the Sierra is actively focused on getting kids on track for school success. With a desire to collaborate with a large (and growing) network of those interested in grade level reading, United Way of Northern Nevada and the Sierra is forging meaningful alignments with multi-sector partners including the Department of Education and its State of Nevada Literacy Plan, local school districts, regional and local nonprofits, libraries, media, the University of Nevada, Reno, Great Basin College, foundations, business leaders and passionate individuals and volunteers. United Way of Northern Nevada and the Sierra is leading this group of partners toward true collective impact -- together, we do more. Together, we are able to reach a tremendous amount of geography, and do our work in 13 northern Nevada counties as well as North Lake Tahoe. Together, we nurture our alignments, share discovery and address challenges. Together, we are doing our most innovative work to date.

Implementation Team Members:

  • Karen Barsell, CEO and President, United Way of Northern Nevada and the Sierra

Further Information

United Way of the Northern Nevada and the Sierra- How United Way Helps

 

Community Outreach- Cooperative Extension

Utilizing university-conducted research, the University of Nevada Cooperative Extension works to implement findings in and for communities throughout Nevada. The goal of the Cooperative Extension is to spread knowledge as a resource for community members in order to increase community health. Programs include: Children and Youth, Agriculture, Horticulture, Natural Resources, Community Development, and Health and Nutrition.

Implementation Team Members

  • Marlene Rebori, UNR, Community Engagement Specialist, Cooperative Extension

Further Information : 

UNR UNCE Main Page    UNCE Facebook Page


- Leadership -

Nevada Leads

University of Nevada, Reno and Washoe County School District have partnered to prepare teachers from the WCSD for educational leadership positions. The program, Nevada Leads, is designed to foster a cohort of 25 teachers through a M.Ed.  in Educational Leadership curriculum that is aligned to the 2015 Professional Standards for Educational Leaders. Candidates are offered a stipend to cover the cost of textbooks, a flexible schedule of classes that compliments a full-time teaching or work schedule, classes taught by practicing school leaders, and experience working with top WCSD administrators. Graduates will leave with the “skills and dispositions needed to serve as agents of change and advocates for equity in 21st century schools.”

Implementation Team Members:

Further Information:

Nevada Today

 

Nevada Network of Teacher Leaders

Nevada Network of Teacher Leaders

History

Joined 2014, became a member of Learning Forward Nevada

Future Aspirations

Work together across the state to develop teacher-leader certificate program, continue work with the 626 Great Leaders Program

Implementation Team Members

  • Nicolette Smith, WCSD, RPDP 
  • Salwa Zaki, WCSD, Director, Professional Development
  • Margaret Ferrara, UNR, Director of TEHD, College of Education
  • Dave Brancamp, NV Department of Education (dbrancamp@coe.nv.gov)
  • Angela Orr (aorr@washoeschools.net)
  • Kristin Campbell (kcampbell@washoeschools.net)
  • Yvette Deighton (Ydeignton@washoeschools.net)
  • Carol Gephardt (cgebhardt@washoeschools.net)

Implementation Team Members

  • Nicolette Smith, WCSD, RPDP 
  • Salwa Zaki, WCSD, Director, Professional Development
  • Margaret Ferrara, UNR, Director of TEHD, College of Education
  • Dave Brancamp, NV Department of Education (dbrancamp@coe.nv.gov)
  • Angela Orr (aorr@washoeschools.net)
  • Kristin Campbell (kcampbell@washoeschools.net)
  • Yvette Deighton (Ydeignton@washoeschools.net)
  • Carol Gephardt (cgebhardt@washoeschools.net)


- Literacy - 

Center for Learning and Literacy

The Center for Learning and Literacy (CLL) works to enhance literacy in Nevada through research, teacher education, and literacy services for children. The CLL serves UNR students, teachers, and children through its on campus tutoring program, its undergraduate teacher program, and its various outreach tutoring programs. These include Clinic Tutoring and Reading Buddies. Because we live in a modern word, literacy now extends beyond traditional listening, speaking, and reading. Therefore, the CLL has also developed its program to include digital and content area literacy in coordination with the Common Core State Standards.

Implementation Team Members

Further Information

UNR CLL Main Page

 

Northern Nevada Writing Project

Northern Nevada Writing Project is a non-profit organization which provides professional development and leadership opportunities for teachers and administrators interested in both improving and celebrating student writing. NNWP Teacher Consultants host dozens of programs for student writers, both during the summer and during the school year. NNWP also sponsors research-based professional development, including 2-hour workshops and university graduate-level classes.

Implementation Team Members

  • Maureen McBride, UNR, Writing Center, Director, & Director, NNWP
  • Kim Cueves, WCSD, 7-12 ELA Program Coordinator & UNR, Director, NNWP

Further Information

UNR NNWP Main Page    NNWP Facebook

Northern Nevada Literacy Council

Founded in 1978 and incorporated in 1983, Northern Nevada Literacy Council is a 501 (c) 3 community-based, not-for-profit organization dedicated to helping adult learners reach their educational goals so they can be successful in the future. NNLC provides free classes to adults who are preparing to take the test to obtain their Certificate of High School Equivalency (formerly known as the GED). NNLC also provides free English as a Second Language and Citizenship classes to foreign-born adults. However, the NNLC has now expanded its goals to include children’s literacy as well. One program that accomplishes this is the Family Reading Program (FRP). FRP is a free, intergenerational literacy project that offers simple, easy-to-learn tips for parents that support literacy at home. Family art and science activities that promote vocabulary-building and family conversation are also offered.  Tutoring and internships are provided by students from Human Development and Family Studies and Secondary Education programs,

Implementation Team Members:

Further Information:

NNLC Maine Page     NNLC Facebook


- Professional Development -

Dilworth STEM Academy

“The mission of Dilworth STEM Academy is to create a safe, effective, and rigorous learning culture which will provide students with the foundation they need to be college and career ready by the time they graduate from high school.  We believe that students learn best through Project-Based Learning which is driven by the combined efforts of students, staff, parents, and the community.”

To further demonstrate their dedication to the success of students at all levels in academia, Dilworth Stem Academy has partnered with the College of Education at the University of Nevada, Reno to offer practicum and internship placement options for students enrolled in a teacher preparation program. Students gain more experience working in the field, while receiving direct coaching from practicing teachers. Since the partnership, there has been 14 interns placed, 6 currently, and 17 practicum teachers.

Implementation Team Members:

  • Margaret Ferrara, Director TEHD, University of Nevada, Reno
  • Kathryn Fitzpatrick, School Liaison Dilworth Middle School
  • Jen Mallaterre, School Liaison Dilworth Middle School

Further Information:

Powerpoint

Learning and Resource Center

The function of the University of Nevada’s Nell J. Redfield Learning and Resource Center (the LRC) is to provide a variety of resources to educators, university students, teachers, and counselors. The services provided include instructional support and curriculum enrichment. Examples of services include: Media Library, Design Lab, Graphics Room, LRC Collection, and the Nevada Prevention Resource Center. Examples of equipment include: print materials, audio and video tapes, DVD's, instructional kits, study prints, slides, computer software, artifacts, and manipulatives.  Digital camcorders and VHS, tripods, external microphones and cassette voice recorders are also available for checkout.

Implementation Team Members 

Further Information : 

Nevada Dual Sensory Impairment Project

 

POSITIVE BEHAVIORAL INTERVENTION & SUPPORTS (PBIS) COLLABORATIVE

PBIS is a branch of NCED, which is conducted through the College of Education at the University of Nevada Reno. Positive Behavior Support (PBS) is an evidence based practice that strives to prevent challenging behavior by increasing independence, promoting positive environments, and enhancing quality of life. PBS combines the science of Applied Behavior Analysis with the comprehensive philosophy of Person Centered Planning. PBS uses environmental, lifestyle and functional assessment strategies and appropriate behavioral interventions to develop comprehensive behavioral supports that results in quality of life improvements across multiple settings.

Positive Behavioral Interventions and Support (PBIS) is the application of PBS at a systems level. PBIS is a framework or approach for assisting school personnel in adopting and organizing evidence-based behavioral interventions into an integrated continuum that enhances academic and social behavior outcomes for all students.

Implementation Team Members

Further Information :

Nevada PBIS Main Page
PBIS Facebook

 

Saturday Cafes

WCSD holds monthly Saturday Cafés which offer both valuable information and trainings addressing current issues within the district. A host of guest speakers attend each meeting as a valuable source of information for the community. These speakers discuss a wide variety of issues and tactics that can contribute to fixing these issues as they pertain to WCSD, including supporting literacy, unpacking WCSD programs, and decoding WCSD climate data.

Further Information : 

Saturday Cafes Main Page    Saturday Cafe Prezi

 

Teaching Excellence Achievement (TEA) Program

The Teaching Excellence and Achievement Program (TEA) is a nationwide program which provides outstanding secondary school teachers of English, social studies, math, science, and special education with unique opportunities to develop expertise in their subject areas, enhance their teaching skills and increase their knowledge about the United States.

Teachers come to the United States from all world regions for a six-week academic program at a U.S. university graduate school of education, including intensive training in teaching methodologies, lesson planning, teaching strategies for their home environment, teacher leadership, and the use of instructional technologies. The program also includes field experience at a secondary school to engage participants with American teachers and students.

In WCSD, TEA fellows attend professional development workshops in the College of Education for 3 days each week and spend the other 2 as international teachers in residence who partner with middle and high school teachers within the Washoe County School District. Current TEA Global Partner Teachers represent Damonte, Galena, McQueen, North Valleys, Reed, Sparks, and Spanish Springs High Schools as well as Clayton, Dilworth, Mendive, Pine, Sparks and Traner Middle Schools.

Implementation Team Members

Further Information : 

National TEA Website    UNR TEA Main Page    Nevada Today


- Special Populations -

Early Childhood Online Special Educator Education: Project ECHOSEE

Nevada is in the midst of an immense shortage of adequately prepared educators to serve the needs of young children with disabilities and their families. ECHOSEE (Early Childhood Hybrid Online Special Educator Education) is a program specifically focused on increasing the number of early interventionists/early childhood special educators who hold appropriate licensure to serve infants, toddlers, and preschool-age children with disabilities and their families. Upon completion of the program through the College of Education at the University of Nevada Reno, participants will be eligible for both a master's degree in early childhood special education and state licensure to serve children birth through age 7 with disabilities and their families.

ECHOSEE will immediately increase the number of licensed personnel eligible to provide services to young children with disabilities since scholars funded through the program commit to an early intervention and/or early childhood special education services position for a period of two years for every year for which assistance is received.

Future Aspirations
Provide support for 3 cohorts (54 scholars) over the 5 years of funding

Implementation Team Members 

  • Ann Bingham, COE Special Education Program, Project Director

NEWS: College of Education grants set to enhance Nevada’s special education workforce : http://www.unr.edu/nevada-today/news/2013/coe-special-education-grants

Further Information:

ECHOSEE Main Page

 

Gifted and Talented Certificate

The mission of the Washoe County School District Gifted and Talented Education Program is to provide gifted and talented students differentiated instruction that is commensurate with their exceptional abilities through a wide spectrum of curricular and instructional gifted services and opportunities. The District will provide programs for gifted and talented students to work together under the guidance of trained teachers in an atmosphere that is intellectually and academically rigorous, fosters creativity, and provides emotional support. The University of Nevada Reno offers certification for educators in Gifted and Talented Education.

Implementation Team Members

  • Bob Ives, UNR, COE, Special Education Gifted Contact  (rives@unr.edu)
  • Shanon Taylor, UNR, COE, Special Education Program Coordinator
  • Tammy Abernathy, UNR, COE, Special Education Program
  • Cheryl DiMartino, WCSD, Gifted and Talented Director

Further Information : 

UNR Gifted and Talented Certificate Page     WCSD Gifted and Talented Page

 

N-Cite

In response to a substantial shortage in collegiate-level Special Education educators, the University of Nevada’s College of Education has been awarded $1.4 million to prepare six doctoral students for an advanced career in special education. The N-CITE grant will span a five-year period, and will cover tuition costs with a monthly stipend for six doctoral students in order to directly respond to this shortage.

Implementation Team Members

Further Information

Nevada Today

 

Nevada Center for Excellence in Disabilities (NCED)

The Developmental Disabilities Rights Assistance and Rights Act (DD Act) requires that Nevada maintain a department dedicated to protecting families of people with disabilities. The NCED serves as Nevada's University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities (UCEDD). In fulfilling this requirement and need in the education community, the NCED supports, advocates, and increases awareness for the community surrounding people with disabilities. Facets of NCED include: Advocacy and Family Support, Assistive Technology and Accessibility, Education of Children with Disabilities, Employment and Transition, Positive Behavioral Supports, and Leadership Preparation and Disability Awareness.

Implementation Team Members 

  • Stephen Rock, Ph.D., UNR, Director, Nevada Center for Excellence in Disabilities  

Further Information : 

UNR NCED Main Page

 

Nevada Dual Sensory Impairment Project

Through the College of Education at the University of Nevada Reno The purpose of the Nevada Dual Sensory Impairment Project is to enhance the educational services provided to children and youth, birth through 21 years, with vision and hearing impairments. The project provides statewide technical assistance to support parents, service providers, and other service agencies in meeting the educational needs of children who have dual sensory impairments. Services include: identification assistance of individuals, provision of on-site technical assistance, maintaining education materials, a bi-annual newsletter, and annual parent conferences.

Mary Ann Demchak, UNR, College of Education, Special Education Program

Further Information : 

UNR NDSIP Main Page
NDSIP Facebook

 

WCSD Child Family Research Center

Child and Family Research Center - Inclusive Preschool Classrooms

For more than 30 years CFRC and WCSD teachers have worked in collaboration to provide a model setting for inclusive early childhood special education services. Children ages 3 and 4 with identified special needs are integrated into the CFRC preschool classrooms.  Morning and afternoon sessions are available for eligible children. UNR students have opportunities for employment and advanced study of children in high quality inclusive environments.

Implementation Team Members - Inclusive Preschool Classroom

  • Sherry Waugh, Director Child and Family Research Center
  • Yvonne Williams, WCSD Early Childhood Special Education Teacher
  • Frank Selvaggio, WCSD Executive Director, Student Services
  • Natsumi Housley, CFRC ECSE teacher, 4 year old classroom
  • Kaitlin Cortes, CFRC Teacher, 3 year old classroom

Child and Family Research Center - UNR Early Head Start

Since 1998 the CFRC has been funded by the Administration for Children and Families/Office of Head Start to provide comprehensive Early Head Start services to low income pregnant women and children from birth to age 3.  In 2009 federal funds for expansion enabled the partnership between WCSD and the CFRC to begin serving very young children. Pregnant and parenting teens enrolled in WCSD high schools are eligible for center-based child care slots at Wooster, Hug and Innovations High Schools.

Celebrations: UNR EHS was selected as one of the nation’s 10 Early Head Start Centers of Excellence in 2011.

Implementation Team Members - Child and Family Research Center - UNR Early Head Start

  • Sherry Waugh, Director Child and Family Research Center
  • Tina Springmeyer, WCSD Director Child and Family Services
  • Taylor Harpor, WCSD Innovations High School

Further Information : 

Child and Family Research Center Main Page


- STEM -

Nevada Mathematics Project

Nevada Mathematics Project is a collaborative statewide mathematics initiative to improve math instruction and student achievement in Nevada. Through improving teacher instruction, students will be better supported to succeed in mathematics.

Implementation Director:

  • Teruni Lamberg, UNR, College of Education, Director Nevada Mathematics Project and Principal Investigator

More Information

Nevada Math Project Main Page

Nevada Mathematics Project is a collaborative statewide mathematics initiative to improve math instruction and student achievement in Nevada. Through improving teacher instruction, students will be better supported to succeed in mathematics.

 

Nevada Teach

NevadaTeach (NVTeach) is a collaborative effort between the University of Nevada, Reno's College of of Science and College of Education, and is modeled after the highly successful UTeach program at the University of Texas at Austin.The program is designed to give students the opportunity to explore the teaching profession in a hands-on way by allowing students to complete a rigorous degree in any field and qualify to teach mathematics, science, or engineering at the middle or high school level. Through NVTeach, students are not only qualified to teach in Nevada, but also qualified to apply for graduate school in their respective fields, making this program that create stronger educators in Nevada uniquely streamlined. 

Implementation Directors

Further Information : 

UNR Nevada Teach Main Page

 

Northern Nevada English Learning Initiative (NNELI)

Northern Nevada English Learning Initiative (NNELI) encompasses two programs: STEM and EL, and offers educators professional development opportunities in those two fields so that educators may be better equipped to serve EL students and students pursuing careers in STEM. NNELI is carried out through the Raggio Research Center of the University of Nevada Reno in collaboration with Washoe County School District.

STEM

Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Education (STEM) is designed to encourage students to pursue careers in the science and math. It is imperative that we encourage students to enter these fields in order to create a workforce that is prepared to both generate new innovations in science, and remain competitive in the global marketplace.

EL

EL (English Learning) Education is a program in the education system designed to support students whose native language is not English by directly addressing language skills so that students are better equipped to learn other content areas with greater ease. It is imperative that students have a strong foundation in language as all instruction in other content areas is communicated through language. The University of Nevada Reno offers certification for educators in ESL.

Implementation Team Members 

  • David Crowther, UNR, COE, Exec. Director, Raggio Research Ctr for STEM Education, Professor of Science Education
  • Shawn Pennell, UNR, COE, Coordinator, Northern Nevada English Learning Initiative (NNELI), Paraprofessional Program & Technology
  • Sandra Prytherch, UNR, COE, Project Coordinator, Northern Nevada English Learning Initiative (NNELI)
  • Toni Rader, WCSD, Education Support Professionals (ESP), Staff Development Services Coordinator
  • Mary Sedgwick, UNR, COE, Director of Clinical Experiences, Assessment & Career Services

Further Information : 

STEM Main Page    UNR ESL Main Page    WCSD ESL Main Page

 

Raggio Research Center

July 24, 2015 :  Last day of class:  NNELI participants stopped from giving final presentations to take a class picture.  Most of the pre-service teachers and classroom teachers were dressed in their own tie dye creations that were made in Professor David Crowther's science lab.  The photo also marked the end of the NNELI specialized summer courses in STEM and academic language, a three-week intensive professional development workshop available only to NNELI grant participants.

July 24, 2015 :  Last day of class:  NNELI participants stopped from giving final presentations to take a class picture.  Most of the pre-service teachers and classroom teachers were dressed in their own tie dye creations that were made in Professor David Crowther's science lab.  The photo also marked the end of the NNELI specialized summer courses in STEM and academic language, a three-week intensive professional development workshop available only to NNELI grant participants.

The purpose of the Raggio Research Center is to promote a better understanding of the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) disciplines by providing quality programs focused in, among other areas, outreach and research. Several grants designed to advance STEM education that are facilitated through the Raggio Research Center are: NNELI, Project HEAT, Project Recharge, RIETI Project, EPSCoR Nexus, NERDS, SCIP, CLASSP, SETIF, and RRC Collaborations Serving Our Youth.

Implementation Team Members

  • David T. Crowther, UNR, Executive Director, Raggio Research Center, Professor of Science Education
  • Dan Ruby, UNR, Associate Director, Fleischmann Planetarium
  • Jacque Ewing-Taylor, UNR, Associate Director, Raggio Research Center

Further Information:

RRC Main Page

 

Project ReCharge

recharge 1.jpg

Project ReCharge is an ITEST grant (Innovative Technology Experiences for Students and Teachers) through the National Science Foundation. This year, Project ReCharge was recognized by GREENevada (Growing Resources for Environmental Education in Nevada) as an Outstanding Educational Program. Project ReCharge was awarded the Golden Pinecone award for its success in engaging students, faculty and staff in local middle schools and high schools to become energy detectives focused on saving their schools thousands of dollars in energy costs.

 The project strategy involved implementing research-based energy efficiency curriculum in 8th grade mathematics and science classes, as well as high school environmental science, and Career and Technical Education (CTE) classes.  Teachers attended professional development workshops which integrated energy and technology into their core curriculum, and hands-on inquiry science methods to create authentic STEM experiences for their students. Project ReCharge outreach included 30 teachers and 3,000 middle and high school students from mostly rural, economically disadvantaged, and racially diverse communities. 

 Led by a highly-qualified team consisting of the University of Nevada, Reno’s Raggio Research Center for STEM Education, Envirolution, a nonprofit energy education provider, and the Washoe County School District, the students discovered how building systems and appliances consume energy in their schools.  Student groups used tablet computers to interact with real-time data: identifying and tracking major electrical loads in their school buildings. Using this data, student groups submitted proposals with energy conservation opportunities.  Students, teachers, Envirolution staff, building control services engineers, and school district facility collaborated to implement these recommendations. 

Implementation Team Members - Project ReCharge

  • Sandra J Prytherch, Education Grants Program Manager and NNELI Project Coordinator, Raggio Research Center
  • Timothy Robinson, Graduate Research Assistant Project ReCharge
  • Catherine Pozarski, WCSD Field Based Faculty
  • Bill Thornton, Associate Professor of Educational Leadership
  • David Crowther, Professor of Science Education, Executive Director of the Raggio Research Center for STEM Education
  • Jacque Ewing-Taylor, Associate Director, Raggio Research Center for STEM Education, Institutional Grants Coordinator, Division of Research and Innovation

Further Information:

Raggio Research Center    Nevada Today    KTVN    News 4    News Review    KOLO8