UNLV Student Marketing Team Wins International Case Competition
Lee Business School student chapter’s plan to help national newspaper market to Gen Z nets top prize at American Marketing Association competition; team also won first place in business simulation event.
Harry Reid, John Boehner say America can overcome division
Former Sen. Harry Reid on Tuesday called the possibility for impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump “a difficult decision” that could potentially engulf the attention of Congress, although it has other important work to do.
WHAT'S THE MEASLES IMMUNIZATION, VACCINE SCHEDULE? ADULTS DON'T NEED A BOOSTER SHOT, CDC SAYS
With the number of measles cases approaching a modern high in the United States, many are wondering whether or not the measles shots they got as a kid will have kept them immune in the decades since. Not only can immunity stop people from coming down with the potentially deadly disease it can also help prevent the disease from spreading.
Tickets Available for Believer Festival Finale UPROAR April 27
The culminating event of Black Mountain Institute Believer festival features comedy, music, and a thought-provoking roundtable conversation; event scheduled for 8 p.m. April 27 at UNLV Ham Concert Hall.
Deep Space X-Ray Burst Gives Astronomers New Signal to Detect Neutron Star Mergers
Two dense, city-sized stars collided in a galaxy far, far away; the resulting X-rays give UNLV’s Bing Zhang and international team of astronomers a new way to spot when it happens and a rare glimpse into how neutron stars form.
Janine Barrett and Graduate Systems & Data Analyst Payam Ezatpoor (Graduate College) presented at the Salesforce Higher Ed Summit on April 17. Their talk, titled Improving UNLV's Student and Faculty Engagement with a purpose-built platform, highlighted the Grad Rebel Gateway, a dynamic platform that drives student engagement and faculty...
Published: Elizabeth Stacy, Donald Price, Tomoko Sakishima
Elizabeth Stacy and Donald Price , along with doctorate candidate Tomoko Sakishima published "Multiple Colonizations, Hybridization and Uneven Diversification in Cyrtandra (Gesneriaceae) Lineages on Hawai'i Island" in the Journal of Biogeography. This work used variation at nine single-copy nuclear genes in this species-rich plant genus to...
Jennifer J. Reed (Sociology) was interviewed for an article in the Washington Post for Earth Day titled, "'How Ecosexual Are You?': Why Some Prefer Lover Earth to Mother Earth." Reed discussed her dissertation research on the growing ecosexual movement— combining issues related to the environment and sexuality — as an example of an...