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Alumni

With an alumni base of more than 20,000 and growing each year, the College of Education Alumni Chapter is one of the largest on campus and offers a variety of services and opportunities in support of alumni and their families.

In 1957, UNLV set forward its first graduating class. You are part of a special tradition - a tradition of excellence in education, service as professionals, and support of future alumni. Wherever your life’s work takes you, we hope UNLV and the College of Education will always feel like “home” to you.

With an alumni base of more than 20,000 and growing each year, the College of Education Alumni Chapter is one of the largest on campus and offers a variety of services and opportunities in support of alumni and their families. UNLV alumni are encouraged to support the values of higher learning through advocacy, involvement, and giving.

Stay Connected with Your College of Education

Submit Your News

What have you been up to? We want to hear from you! Submit your news, appointments, accomplishments, honors, and awards to the College of Education. We'll share your news with alumni and current students on our website and in our college publication.

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Class Notes

Denise Miller Cipolla

Denise Miller Cipolla, ’80 BS Education, ’80 BA English, ’90 Master of Education, is coordinator of guidance and counseling for Conroe Independent School District in Texas. She previously spent four years as a high school English teacher and 25 years as a high school counselor. Her hobbies include traveling (38 countries so far), scuba diving, cooking, and spending time with grandchildren. She and her husband, Craig Cipolla, ’81 BA Chemistry, ’81 BS Engineering, celebrate their 35th anniversary in November. They live in The Woodlands, Texas.

Jennifer Oshiro

Jennifer Oshiro, '05 BS Hotel Administration, '08 Master of Education - Educational Leadership, was promoted to senior sales manager, groups for Cirque du Soleil, resident show division, and Blue Man Group Las Vegas. She leads the group sales team selling eight shows in Las Vegas including tickets, additional experiences, and off-site performances. She and Kurtis Rivers recently were married in Zion National Park. They met while working at Blue Man Group. The couple has been traveling (the Philippines, Taiwan, and Australia), trying new breweries, and attempting to garden. She also is giving back by volunteering for the Hospitality College with new student welcome calls and alumni events.

UNLV Alumni Association

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The UNLV Alumni Association was established in 1964 as a not-for-profit organization to promote and enhance alumni engagement on campus.

To date, the association has contributed more than $7 million to the university in student scholarships, endowments, and major capital improvements such as the Alumni Amphitheater, Alumni Grove, Alumni Park, and the $2.7 million Richard Tam Alumni Center.

The UNLV Alumni Association is a leader in:

  • Connecting alumni for life to the resources of the university
  • Communicating UNLV news and happenings to our alumni
  • Providing a network for alumni to meet one another, students, and prospective students

Join the UNLV Alumni Association and support our efforts to engage alumni with the university.

Top Five Reasons Alumni Belong to the UNLV Alumni Association

  1. Staying connected to the university
  2. Knowing the association provides support for scholarships
  3. Receiving the alumni magazine
  4. Giving back to the university
  5. Having access to networking opportunities