From the E.T. Highway to the massive mines southwest of Elko to the shores of Lake Tahoe and back again, a cohort of Honors College students takes an energizing field trip around the state to see all the weird, wild, and wonderful that Nevada has to offer outside Las Vegas’ borders.
UNLV master’s program focuses on large-scale emergency preparedness
A plane crashes into one of the dormitory buildings on the UNLV campus on this night in December while a few hundred feet away thousands of fans are packed into the Thomas Mack Center for the National Finals Rodeo. This hypothetical situation is one of the simulations used in a master’s degree program at UNLV on emergency and crisis management, in which students are taught how to prepare for, respond to, mitigate and recover from natural and man-made disasters.
Guillermo M. Jodra (World Languages and Cultures), presented a paper titled, "Sparta and the Athenian Mirage," on November 13 at the Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association Conference in Los Angeles, CA.