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UNLV In The News

UNLV experts are regularly featured in the local and national media for their research, community engagement, and insight into issues affecting Nevada, the nation, and the world. Media coverage enhances public understanding of UNLV's value to the community and region and brings greater visibility and recognition to UNLV as a leader in higher education.

Below is a sampling of recent stories featuring UNLV faculty, staff, and students.

Jun 27

UNLV's Black Mountain Institute is a home for both new and established writers to hone their craft.

Business Weekly
Jun 27

Bo Bernhard, the executive director of the International Gaming Institute at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, was named to the Philip G. Satre chair in gaming studies at the University of Nevada, Reno.

Casino Journal
Jun 27

Bo Bernhard, the executive director of the International Gaming Institute at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, was recently named to the Philip G. Satre Chair in Gaming Studies at the University of Nevada, Reno. This appointment means both Nevada universities will work together to collaboratively offer the world’s most sought-out gaming studies programs.

Jun 27

Bo Bernhard, executive director of UNLV’s International Gaming Institute, has been named the Philip G. Satre Chair in Gaming Studies at both UNLV and the University of Nevada, Reno.

Jun 27

A top UNLV gambling academic has been named to a chair position at UNR in a move aimed at fostering greater collaboration between the historic collegiate rivals.

Calvin Ayre
Jun 27

Much has been said about using innovation to appeal to more people, particularly the tech-savvy millennials.

New York Times
Jun 27

Of all the milestones that have come from the first viable female presidential candidacy, one should come as no surprise: Unfortunately, it takes a “woman card” to finally get a detailed plan to address the child care crisis in the United States.

Jun 27

Experts with the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority and researchers who study the hospitality industry say it’s too early to tell if there will be any long-term implications on visitation from Great Britain as a result of the Brexit vote.