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What do you do if you find yourself with a new home with a great bar area, but you don’t drink? This new College of Education professor has a suggestion.
English professor Amy Green on video games, digital storytelling, and player agency.
Annual empowerment event expands from one to six days to honor, create allies, and drive greater awareness for victims and survivors of domestic, sexual, dating, and gender violence.
Turning medical students into lifelong residents is a big part of the UNLV School of Medicine's curriculum.
UNLV engineering professors team with researchers from Korea, Japan as part of grant-funded National Science Foundation international research program.
While art is a focal point for visuals, this story reminds us of the impact it can have on the written word.
More than 800 high school students will attend event, tour campus, and visit engineering laboratories.
The singing string quartet will soon release its new album, 'POPssical.'
Pacifica Quartet won the 2009 Grammy for Best Chamber Music Performance.
Like so many students, Catherine Dingley began college without a major. After speaking with numerous nursing students, she knew she had found a fit — a career that was people-focused and would let her to contribute to the community.
This collaborative concert of dance, music, art, and design also features professional marionette and puppetry artist Anthony Rais.
Kveck, Russ, and Stellmon, three Las Vegas artists, offer unique bodies of work that spring from a common practice of breaking down their subject, then reorganizing and reordering the pieces.