DeLaMare Library

University of Nevada, Reno

The DeLaMare Science & Engineering Library is a dynamic and technology rich environment alive with learning and research activity. Tracing its roots back to the first graduating class of the University of Nevada, Reno, in 1891, the library is named in honor of “Dee” DeLaMare, co-discoverer of the Carlin Trend - the largest gold deposit in the United States, and possibly the world. Exploration geologist, mining engineer, and successful inventor, Dee would have felt right at home in the community of the library: a place where students and faculty from across the sciences, engineering, and arts join forces with one another and colleagues from the greater community - innovation and creativity sparking from the combination far greater than the sum of its parts. Media coverage linked below can offer insight into activities of the library; see also:

Metropolis magazine’s list The World’s Most Livable Cities, specifically "Rising Cities to Watch")

University of Nevada, Reno's Top Ten Reasons to Come to Nevada

Why Reno? Cost of living, ... from Economic Development Authority of Western Nevada

Upcoming events on the Reno-Tahoe Events Calendar