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At UNLV, we don't settle. We always reach for more. And we're on the rise. Each year the UNLV Alumni Association honors the best and brightest from UNLV. Do you know an outstanding graduate, faculty member, or volunteer.

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Class Notes

Marla Hudgens

Marla Hudgens, ’08 JD, relocated to Arizona, where she continues to maintain an appellate and commercial litigation practice in Phoenix.

Jeffrey Lavigne

Jeffrey Lavigne, ’09 BA Communication Studies, ’11 MA Communication Studies, ’15 JD, has joined the litigation department in the Las Vegas office of Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck. His practice will focus on commercial litigation and will include assisting business clients in litigation disputes involving trial and arbitration. Previously, he taught public speaking at the College of Southern Nevada. He volunteers with Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Southern Nevada.

Vincent Wood

Vincent Wood, ’10 BA Psychology, recently was promoted to captain at SkyWest Airlines, flying Embraer 175 aircraft. This summer, he got engaged. His hobbies include weight lifting, ice hockey, soccer, riding motorcycles, and spending time with family and his dog, Rocky. He lives in Thornton, Colo.

Camille Moody McCue

Camille Moody McCue, ’11 PhD Curriculum and Instruction, is director of technology innovations for the Adelson Educational Campus. She recently wrote and received funding for a multimillion dollar grant to implement a new technology innovation and integration initiative featuring a 5,000-square-foot coding, maker, and digital media space; one-to-world mobile devices for all students and teachers; and extensive teacher professional development. She recently published her seventh book, a “Dummies Junior” book, Getting Started with Coding. Her hobbies are fitness, cooking, writing, and watching basketball. She and her husband, Michael, have two sons, Carson and Ian.