A Lifetime of Learning and Discovery

Being well educated involves developing an array of intellectual skills, having the ability to use a variety of methodologies to understand our changing world, and having a broad base of diverse knowledge.

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Anthropology
English
History
Interdisciplinary Studies
Philosophy
Political Science
Psychology
World Languages and Cultures
A book focused on the great works of William Shakespeare
Students conversing together
Advisor meeting with a student
Speaker at podium at a Black Mountain Institute event.
Post-doctoral fellows working at the PRACTICE.
Women panelists speak at a WRIN event.

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Gold Butte National Monument Petroglyphs
Jun. 22, 2017

Sociology-based program connects students to community issues and social justice causes.

Claytee White, Director, Oral History Research Center at the Historic Westside School
Jun. 14, 2017

Oral historian Claytee White has spent a career recording Las Vegans’ personal histories. Now she speaks about her own remarkable roots.

Jun. 8, 2017

Husband-and-wife team Dustin and Rochelle Hines research brain cells in their quest for solutions to degenerative diseases and developmental disorders.

Jun. 5, 2017

This chair of the English department finds the diversity of UNLV a good match for his interest in multi-ethnic literature.

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The College of Liberal Arts offers students a well-rounded education in the humanities and social sciences, and provides students with a solid foundation for a lifetime of learning and discovery. Below are helpful links for students, faculty and the community.

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