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Events

  • Feb. 26
    All new UNLV student organizations must fill out the online registration form on the Involvement Center to be officially recognized by the Office of Civic Engagement & Diversity as a Registered Student Organization (RSO...
  • Feb. 26
    Faculty and Staff are invited to attend Thursday Prayer held each week of the spring semester. People of all faiths are welcome. Atheists and agnostics are also welcome to attend. Come and go as you please.
  • Feb. 26
    The College of Liberal Arts' University Forum Lecture Series presents "Reaping the Whirlwind: The Contested History of the Black Panther Party," a talk by Waldo E. Martin, professor of history, University of California,...
  • Feb. 28
    The Jean Nidetch Women's Center presents Eve Ensler's "The Vagina Monologues." In 1994, a play called "The Vagina Monologues," written by playwright and activist Eve Ensler, broke ground. Based on dozens of interviews...
  • Mar. 2
    William Jankowiak of UNLV's Department of Anthropology will give a talk titled, "Return of the Chinese Mistress: What it Can Tell Us About Marriage, Human Emotions, and Chinese Society" as part of the UNLV Department of...
  • Mar. 5
    All new UNLV student organizations must fill out the online registration form on the Involvement Center to be officially recognized by the Office of Civic Engagement & Diversity as a Registered Student Organization (RSO...
  • Mar. 5
    Faculty and Staff are invited to attend Thursday Prayer held each week of the spring semester. People of all faiths are welcome. Atheists and agnostics are also welcome to attend. Come and go as you please.
  • Mar. 9
    The Vice President's Council on Diversity and Inclusion (VPCDI) was established in spring 2011 as an autonomous body made up of faculty and staff volunteers. The Council works together to provide a venue focusing on...
  • Mar. 9
    Jiemin Bao of UNLV's Department of Anthropology will be giving a talk titled, "Space-making and Identity-making: Constructing a Buddhist Chapel in the Silicon Valley" as part of the Department of Anthropology's Colloquium...
  • Mar. 10
    We all have questions and no question is stupid. Student panelists will briefly share their identities then allow attendees to anonymously ask any questions. A safe and open environment is created as each question is assumed...