From the News Center

Clouds hang over the Las Vegas Strip
Nov. 19, 2020
Reasons for hope aren't just confined to UNLV's academic halls. Here are just a few places where 2020 inspired staff and students to find new paths forward.
A woman is reflected in glass
Nov. 19, 2020
Three resort stakeholders find an equilibrium in the pandemic.
A newspaper clipping
Nov. 18, 2020
The last great pandemic has remarkable similarities to our own.
a woman working at a ligtboard
Nov. 16, 2020
This math professor strives to find teaching methods that encourage students to enjoy math and pursue further studies.
Portrait of Cecilia Maldonado the associate vice provost for workforce development
Nov. 9, 2020
This expert in workforce development says today's students may change careers eight to 12 times during their lives.
Black woman in front of building
Nov. 2, 2020
The director of student diversity and social justice sees work as a life-saving mission.
A man smiles while writing music
Oct. 28, 2020
Alumnus Eric Whitacre's YouTube sensation Virtual Choir is the creative project that had been planning for the pandemic moment for 10 years.
Three men crowd around a computer
Oct. 27, 2020
$1 million awarded to companies innovating solutions to challenges facing hospitality industry in UNLV-hosted competition.
Oct. 26, 2020
One of her hobbies has taught the lab safety manager that sometimes the victor is the one who just keeps moving forward.
syringe on white background
Oct. 21, 2020
Dr. David Weismiller, professor and family medicine physician with the UNLV School of Medicine, says the convergence of COVID-19 and flu season makes it more important than ever to get a flu vaccine.
Portrait of Officer Ryan Willman of UNLV Campus Police Services
Oct. 19, 2020
As he patrols campus, police officer Ryan Willman enjoys seeing students and picking up on the energy they project.
Portrait of Kevin Wright, assistant director for Student Diversity and Social Justice
Oct. 12, 2020
This founding member of UNLV's Anti-Black Racism Task Force began questioning unfair practices in high school — and nearly got suspended for it.