Virtual Events

Wednesday, December 1, 2021

  • (All day)
    Physical activity, meditation, and self-care are good for brain health. Do yourself a favor and check out Fitness4Finals during Study Week so you are ready for your final exams.
     Location: Student Recreation and Wellness Center - Virtual and in-person fitness classes will be held at SRWC and MPE
  • (All day)
    This is a custom educational and training program created by the experts at the ICGR to advise the Japan Casino Regulatory Commission Sports Betting operations and regulations.
     Location: - Virtual
  • 10:00am
    During this synchronous workshop, participants will explore various assessment scenarios designed to promote discussion and reflection to improve assessments in the online environment. The goal of this workshop is to support or facilitate discourse that will impact how participants use assessments, assessment results, and student feedback. By the end of this asynchronous course, participants will...
     Location: - Online
  • 3:00pm
    An inherent part of school leadership occurs when leaders acknowledge their importance as culture creators. Join Dr. Miguel Gonzales as he explores why this role is important to student success and community support as well as faculty recruitment and retention. He'll also discuss some positive steps school leaders can take to build and maintain a positive culture in their schools.
     Location: - Online
  • 4:00pm
    These bi-weekly informational briefings will be held every other Wednesday at 4 p.m. - 5 p.m. in Detachment 004's conference room. We are located in the Carlson Education Building, across from the Sidewalk Cafe. ROTC cadre and cadets will be available to answer your questions as well as give you a brief overview of what to expect as an AFROTC applicant or cadet. For those who prefer a virtual...
     Location: Carol C. Harter Classroom Building Complex - Building A - In-person: CEB AFROTC Bldg. and Virtual
  • 5:30pm
    Interested in graduate programs in career, technical, and post-secondary education?  UNLV offers career, technical, and post-secondary education tracks in many of its graduate programs. There is also a graduate certificate program available. Join us at this information session to learn about applying to the program, requirements, and career options with these degrees. Meet some...
     Location: - Online Via Zoom

Thursday, December 2, 2021

  • 8:00am
    This semester’s Fred & Harriet Cox Senior Design Competition is once again taking place virtually. Engineering and computer science students will compete in this capstone competition which challenges students to create a practical solution to a real-world challenge. A panel of industry experts will grade projects based on criteria including innovation, commercial potential, presentation...
     Location: - Online
  • 9:00am
    In this webinar, CAEO College Programs participants will review the iGrad & Enrich web application from an end user's point of view. Students will learn how to navigate the site, what content is available, how the interactive tools and resources function, user access flows, and much more.
     Location: - Virtual
  • 11:00am
    Sogol Pirbastami, Ph.D. Candidate Department of Mechanical Engineering “Turbulence Modeling of Shock Boundary Layer Interaction in Hypersonic Flows’’ Committee Members: Dr. Darrell Pepper, Advisory Committee Chair Dr. Alexander Barzilov, Advisory Committee Member Dr. William Culbreth, Advisory Committee Member Dr. Samir Moujaes, Advisory Committee Member Dr. Samaan Ladkany, Graduate College...
     Location: - Online
  • 12:00pm
    UNLV CAPS is offering a weekly Black Students Matter Space on Thursdays from 12 p.m.-1p.m. This space allows students to process and check-in with one another, and discuss specific ways to support our individual and collective mental health.
     Location: - Virtual
  • 12:00pm
    Nationally distinguished professors and experts are invited to the UNLV campus or present virtually to give seminars in their research areas. These seminars will cover a wide range of advanced topics in life sciences and health sciences. Some speakers will focus on bioinformatics, clinical informatics, data sciences including big data and machine learning. Students who enroll in BIOL 494 or BIOL...
     Location: - Online
  • 2:00pm
    During this synchronous workshop, participants will explore various assessment scenarios designed to promote discussion and reflection to improve assessments in the online environment. The goal of this workshop is to support or facilitate discourse that will impact how participants use assessments, assessment results, and student feedback. By the end of this asynchronous course, participants will...
     Location: - Online
  • 4:00pm
    Earn your nursing doctorate through UNLV School of Nursing's Doctor of Nursing Practice program. On December 2th, 2021, join us to find out more about what goes into this advanced nursing degree (and how it's different from a Ph.D.), requirements needed, possible career paths, and how to apply.
     Location: - Virtual

Friday, December 3, 2021

  • 9:00am
    Open forum for non-tenure track faculty. Please register to join remotely on Zoom.
     Location: - Online
  • 9:00am
    Valerie Lawdensky, Ph.D. Candidate Department of Mechanical Engineering  "Computational Sodium Heat Pipe Simulation in Three Dimensions for Transient Nuclear Reactor Analysis with Variable Surface Heat Flux." Committee Members: Dr. William Culbreth, Advisory Committee Chair  Dr. Hui Zhao, Advisory Committee Member  Dr. Yi-Tung Chen, Advisory Committee Member  Dr. Brendan O'Toole,  Advisory...
     Location: - Online
  • 3:00pm
    Erica A. Nieblas, Dept. of Philosophy, University of Colorado, Boulder — What moral constraints might human rights place on the types of migration policies that states can adopt? This talk answers this question in light of recent developments in global migration governance. It focuses primarily on the moral obligations that underlie the 2018 Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration...
     Location: Frank and Estella Beam Hall - Room 106 (Remote Access will also be provided.)
  • 4:00pm
    Collectively, graduate schools across the United States receive thousands of applications each year. How do you craft a strong application that stands out from the others? The journey to a strong application starts long before you apply. You must start preparing while still an undergraduate. This is the time to build your skill set and experience. In this workshop, you will learn steps you can...
     Location: - Virtual

Sunday, December 5, 2021

  • (All day)
    The global industry has never been bigger. The industry's challenges have never been more profound or global. And hence, the industry's Executive Development Program has never been more important. Join UNLV International Gaming Institute and the University of Nevada, Reno College of Business and Extended Studies for a very special Executive Development Program (EDP) – taking place virtually from...
     Location: - Virtual

Monday, December 6, 2021

  • 5:30pm
    Join us on Webex for an information session to learn all about our NAAB-accredited Master’s in Architecture program! Representatives from the UNLV Graduate College and the UNLV Architecture Program will discuss the personal and professional benefits of graduate study in the UNLV Architecture Department, as well as the graduate school application process and how to pay for graduate school. We will...
     Location: - Online
  • 5:30pm
    Have a bachelor's degree outside of Education but want to teach? Then UNLV's Alternative Route to Licensure(ARL) program may be a good fit for you. ARL is a fast-paced program that offers the possibility of receiving a conditional license in the state of Nevada after one semester of coursework. All courses taken throughout the program align with license requirements and can count towards a Master...
     Location: - Virtual