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Total UNLV Graduates
48K+
Male Graduates
63K+
Female Graduates
127K+
Total UNLV Degrees Granted
60th Anniversary Mark

We've come a long way in our 60 years — from a dusty outpost on the south edge of town to a thriving urban research institution. Join us as we celebrate our innovative frontier spirit that has allowed us to keep pace with one of the country's fastest-growing and most enterprising cities.

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Class Notes

Joe Rasic

Joe Rasic, '92 BS Hotel Administration, '10 Master of Hospitality Administration, owns Cypress Point Restaurants. Food, wine, and community involvement are his hobbies. He has been married to his wife, Jennifer, since 1993. They have two sons, Ryan and Benjamin. The family lives in Placentia, California.

Bryce Clutts

Bryce Clutts, ’03 BS Business Administration, is president of DC Building Group where he oversees strategy implementation, customer relations, and business operations. The company has received multiple awards, including the 2013 Safest Contractor of the Year Award, the 2010 Contractor of the Year Award from the Associated General Contractors (AGC), and the 2015 JA Tiberti Spirit Award from AGC and the Nevada Contractors Association. He is president of the Nevada Contractors Association, immediate past president of the Associated General Contractors of Las Vegas, and a recipient of the Juliette Low Pearl Lifetime Achievement Award from the Girl Scouts of Southern Nevada. He was appointed to the Nevada State Public Works Board and to the city of Henderson’s Development Services Oversight Committee. He and his wife, Tonya, have four children, Aubrianna, Austin, Andrew, and Addison. His hobbies include hunting, fishing, and riding horses.

Michael Wendlberger

Michael Wendlberger, '07 JD, has returned to Las Vegas to take a position at the Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada as a staff attorney representing citizens facing guardianship.

Ashly Ryan

Ashly Ryan, ’12 BS Business Administration, started working for NV Energy in January as the business coordinator for the renewable energy and origination department and was promoted to associate renewable energy analyst in July. She now is pursuing a graduate certificate in solar and renewable energy at UNLV. In the last year, she has traveled to the United Kingdom, France, Spain, and Mexico. She also enjoys playing tennis, sewing, reading, and playing with her golden retriever, Mickey.