School of Integrated Health Sciences

School of Integrated Health Sciences' faculty and students make positive impacts and foster evolutionary changes in health care on local and national levels.

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A man sits on a couch with his wife and four children
Oct. 6, 2020

Integrated Health Sciences Alumnus of the Year Edwin Suarez's interest in physical therapy started with an injury of his own.

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Sep. 9, 2020

Coming to UNLV at a most unusual time, President Keith E. Whitfield remains undaunted and ready to make his mark as a Rebel.

A portrait of UNLV's new president Keith Whitfield on campus.
Aug. 10, 2020

As summer heats up, so do the accomplishments on UNLV’s campus.

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Aug. 7, 2020

Alumnus Andrew Nordin develops technique that provides clearest view yet of how the brain responds to obstacles when people are walking or running.

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  • Admitted undergraduate students should schedule meetings with their advisors once or twice each semester to review needed classes, discuss schedules, and evaluate plans for timely graduations.

  • Students within the School of Integrated Health Sciences have access to many laboratories in which to complete department-specific laboratory procedures or research studies.

  • The research opportunities available to students and faculty within the School of Integrated Health Sciences enable discoveries that advance the field of health and health education.

  • These resources are commonly used by students, and include information on topics such as financial aid, admission information for undergraduate and graduate students, and an academic calendar.

  • The year-round UNLV Food Pantry provides non-perishable items to any students, classified staff, professional staff, and faculty who need additional food items. Initiated during 2010, the Food Pantry helps more than 150 people every two weeks.

  • Supporting the School of Integrated Health Sciences and its departments enables the students within the college to develop, grow, and contribute to the campus and their communities.