• Makayla Palmer poses in the Xeric Garden on UNLV's campus.

    The Interview: Makayla Palmer

    A health economist in the Lee Business School, her research interests center around policies addressing the health of low-income and at-risk infants and children.

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Alan Simmons (Anthropology), along with A. Jadjikoumis, J-D Vigne,  J. Guilaine, D. Fiorillo, and M. Balasse, published "Autumn/Winter Births in Traditional and Pre-Pottery Neolithic Caprine Husbandry in Cyprus:  Evidence from Ethnography and Stable Isotopes" in the Journal of Anthropological Archaeology.
Iman Ansari's (Architecture) work is a part of a new exhibition, the Impermanent Collection, at A+D Museum in Los Angeles. The impermanent collection is the A+D’s translation of a museum shop. It was conceived of as a means of creating a space where the lines between art and commodity can be blurred and dabbled with. The space is curated with...
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Faculty members attend a meeting and take vote