UCEA Center for Academic Leadership
The UCEA Center for Academic Leadership sponsors studies of academic department chairs and school superintendents in order to build a bridge between PK-12 educational leadership and higher education administration.
This program is carried out under the guidance of the University Council for Educational Administration.
UNLV Harry Reid Center for Environmental Studies
The Harry Reid Center for Environmental Studies supports multi-disciplinary research teams, provides expertise to solve complex environmental problems, and develops innovative environmental monitoring technologies.
UNLV Psychological Assessment and Testing Clinic
The Psychological Assessment and Testing Clinic provides affordable and quality psychological assessment services to UNLV students and Clark County community members, ages 5 to adult.
Assessments identify both strengths and weaknesses and provide recommendations. The clinic operates 12 months out of the year and offers a sliding scale.
Individuals are most often referred for the evaluation of:
- Learning disabilities
- High functioning autistic spectrum disorders
- Attention deficit disorders
- Emotional/behavioral disturbances.
Other assessment services include, but are not limited to:
- Verbal and visual thinking
- Problem solving skills
- Academic skills
- Auditory processing
- Personality characteristics
- Social factors related to the questions being addressed.
The clinic operates out of the clinical psychology doctoral training program and serves as a training site for students who conduct the evaluations under faculty supervision.
UNLV/CCSD 21st Century Partnership Schools
The UNLV/CCSD 21 Century Partnership Schools establishes urban teaching sites that bring experienced teachers and UNLV students together to learn from each other.
The partnership between UNLV’s Department of Curriculum and Instruction and the Clark County School Disctrict benefits all parties. UNLV students are able to connect theory with experience, teachers benefit from professional development, and CCSD students benefit from having additional educators assist in their classrooms.