Learn the science and art behind financial & background investigative methods for the gaming licensing process.
About this Event
As more organizations enter into highly regulated industries such as gaming and cannabis, ensuring public trust is critical for operational and regulatory success. At the start of that trust is a thorough and complete investigation process to ensure suitability....
This training is targeted for those who may request compensation changes for employees. We will cover when and how to request stipends or special adjustments to pay. Training will be conducted via Zoom, and registration is required. Attendance is limited. The Zoom link will be emailed to participants once registration has closed.
Expense reports are used to request reimbursement of expenses. Employees who prepare travel and out-of-pocket business expenses for themselves or on behalf of someone else should attend this session. We will provide an overview of key accounts payable, travel, and expense policies as well as cover how to submit expense reports in Workday through a live demonstration and hands-on activity. We...
As creator of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, you know Anthony Zuiker as one of the most successful television writers and producers in Hollywood’s history. But wait until you hear Zuiker speak about life, leadership, and love. Be prepared to “Say Goodbye to the Old You” as you join Zuiker for this unique conversation about his rise from driving a tram on the Las Vegas Strip to entertainment...
In light of recent events, students within the African Diaspora have expressed an additional need for healing spaces. SDSJ, in collaboration with Dr. Tanya Crabb and Dr. Britney Alford, will be hosting a weekly healing space that centers those within the African Diaspora. This space will be held every Thursday at 12 p.m. #BlackLivesMatter
Chantelle Mitchell, M.F.A. Candidate
Department of English
Maile Chapman, Advisory Committee Chair
Douglas Unger, Advisory Committee Member
Briana Whiteside, Advisory Committee Member
Erika Abad, Advisory Graduate College Representative
Join us on Webex for a Graduate College virtual Drop-In Session. This is an opportunity for you to get answers to questions, receive help with your application, and/or meet with a recruitment team member to discuss any of your concerns, including how COVID-19 is impacting the application process. Applicants to all programs are welcome!
For additional prospective student workshops, drop-in...
Are you interested in conducting research in a laboratory? Prior to stepping inside a UNLV lab and working alongside faculty research mentors, undergraduate researchers are required to take a chemical hygiene training course. This workshop, facilitated by Risk Management & Safety (RMS), fulfills this requirement. RMS staff will cover a variety of lab safety techniques and hazards to avoid....
UNLV will hold a virtual panel discussion delving into results from campus surveys and focus groups on the impacts of the pandemic. The conversation will cover COVID-19 impacts on work/life balance, promotion and tenure, annual evaluations and campus communication. Panelists will explore lessons learned for how we can emerge from the pandemic as a stronger, more vital institution.
In collaboration with The Intersection at UNLV, Dr. Margarita Huerta is pleased to present an academic writing series of 30-minute sessions: The WRITE Corner. Each session will be followed by an optional 30 minutes where participants can choose to stay to do their academic writing.
With a background in Educational Psychology, Dr. Huerta will focus on research-based psychological constructs and...
Lee Business School’s Career and Professional Development Office has partnered with faculty and staff from technology departments within LEE to put on a career fair for students pursuing degrees in the following academic areas.
MS MIS MS Applied Economics and Data Intelligence
MS Data Analytics and Applied Economics
MS MIS/MBA (Dual Degree)
MS MIS/MS HOA (Dual Degree)
BSBA IM (...
Bryson Carrier, M.S. Kinesiology Candidate
Department of Kinesiology and Nutrition Sciences
"Assessing the Validity and Reliability of Several Heart Rate Monitors in Wearable Technology While Mountain Biking"
Dr. James Navalta, PhD, Advisory Committee Chair
Dr. Graham McGinnis, PhD, Advisory Committee Member
Mr. Tedd Girouard, M.S., ATC, LAT, Advisory Committee Member
The Non-tenure track (NTT) Teaching Circle welcomes full-time teaching faculty (Faculty in Residence and Lecturers) to come together and form a platform of support. Co-chaired by Joanna Kepka (Honors College) and Dana Cotham (Hospitality), the monthly meetings will focus on career mentoring, with an emphasis on teaching excellence.
Join the UNLV Writing Center for the following virtual workshops:
10 a.m. - 11 a.m. - Avoiding Plagiarism
11 a.m. - 12 p.m. - Quoting, Paraphrasing, Summarizing
12 p.m. - 1 p.m. - Revising, Editing, Proofreading
1 p.m. - 2 p.m. - Top 10 Grammar Mistakes
2 p.m. - 3 p.m. - Revising, Editing, and Proofreading Personal Statements
For more information about the Writing Center and our workshops,...
In the spring semester, the Troesh Center is hosting a five part series, including welcome and closing session with Founder of Student Maid, Kristen Hadeed! RSVP to learn more and participate in Kristen's Coffee Chats that will discuss the following:
Developing Resilience in Yourself and Others (2/19)
Guide to Develop Personal Values (3/26)
Identify and Reframe Limiting Beliefs (4/16)
Rebel Recharge: A Servant Heart and Philosophy – An Introspective Review of Servant Leadership
Join us on Friday, April 16 for a free virtual workshop: A Servant Heart and Philosophy – An Introspective Review of Servant Leadership, presented by Dr. Tony Terrell, Director of Advising and Recruitment for the UNLV Honors College. Teams, not leaders, truly drive workplace productivity and fortify...