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    The Interview: Sadia Shaukat

    Visiting Fulbright scholar examines teacher quality here in Las Vegas to bring improvements in training back to Pakistan. 

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Lithium-Powered: How An Emerging Industry with Nevada Ties Could Boost Energy Independence

UNLV report posits that the lithium-ion battery economy, forecast to grow to $115 billion industry by 2030, is a key to economic diversification and development.

Making an Impact as a Social Worker Begins with Research

UNLV senior Mae Agbilay's research shapes programming for Native American youth.

Student Leaders’ Experience Sets the Stage for Future Advocacy

CSUN student leaders’ success demonstrates the impact Rebels can make just by getting more involved.


Gloria Wong-Padoongpatt, Aldo Barrita, and Anthony King (all Psychology) recently published an article in the Asian American Journal of Psychology  titled "Everyday Racism Increase for Asian Americans in the U.S. during the COVID-19 Pandemic." Their findings strongly indicate that Asians in the U.S. perceived a change in everyday racism during the…
David G. Schwartz (Ombuds) recently published an entry on From the Ombuds, the ombuds office's official blog. The post includes his reflection on his first year as UNLV's ombuds.
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