Governor Sisolak visits Nevada State Public Health Lab at University of Nevada, Reno
NV (STL.News) Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak toured various facilities at the University of Nevada, Reno, with former Governor and University President Brian Sandoval and Nevada System of Higher Education Chancellor Melody Rose.
The Governor visited the Pennington Student Achievement Center, the Laxalt Mineral Engineering Building and the Nevada State Public Health Laboratory. At the Pennington Student Achievement Center the Governor toured some of the resource centers that are available and accessible to all students at the University.
His visit to the Laxalt Mineral Engineering Building featured a tour of a battery lab led by Materials Science and Engineering Professor Dev Chidambaram, where students and researchers are developing alternative energy sources for transportation. Gov. Sisolak then met with Dr. Mark Pandori at the Nevada State Public Health Laboratory, where Pandori and his team have helped lead the State’s COVID-19 testing effort.
“I want to thank President Sandoval and those at the University of Nevada, Reno for setting up this incredible visit today. I am constantly impressed by the beautiful campus, brilliant faculty, remarkable students and valuable programs that the University provides,” said Gov.