A hand reaches up to a chain link fence in front of the American flag.
Business and Community | March 21, 2019
Students do their part to aid UNLV Law’s Immigration Clinic during a time of great need.
Drs. Ji Won Yoo and Ashley Sarasan pose in front of a plaque.
Campus News | March 20, 2019
Grant money supports expansion of sevices to improve care for Nevada's growing population of older adults.
People | March 19, 2019
Drew Brunson’s decision to attend UNLV’s hands-on MBA program led to a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for an esports career.
Ashlyn Gray poses in front of Calico Basin in Red Rock
People | March 18, 2019
Though she once dreamed of being Nevada's governor, she found her true calling in higher ed.

UNLV Experts In The News

The Lewiston Tribute
March 20, 2019
  The Idaho State Board of Education will meet today in a Boise-based executive session to discuss its presidential searches at the University of Idaho and Boise State University.  
March 20, 2019
In a clear effort to differentiate Nevada from Delaware as a haven for incorporation, state senator Yvanna Cancela introduced a bill Monday that would allow companies incorporated in Nevada to force shareholders to bear defense costs in unsuccessful litigation over M&A transactions, as long as the deals have been approved by a shareholder majority. 
March 18, 2019
Aside from a couple play-in wild card games happening tomorrow and Wednesday, the team's are set for this year's NCAA men's basketball tournament. And with 64 teams in the big dance, only one will win, meaning a whopping 63 hopefuls will head home on a loss. So how can players, teams and fans cope with loss when it comes to sports?  
man in wheelchair receiving honorary jersey
People | March 15, 2019
Bruce Layne spent decades attending, teaching, and advocating for his alma mater. Now he's memorialized by Rebel baseball.
building exterior
Campus News | March 14, 2019
Patrol operations will continue without interruption.
Annie Leibovitz seated on floor
Arts and Culture | March 13, 2019
Renowned photographer's large and distinguished body of work encompasses some of the most well-known portraits of our time; tickets are free and are available to the public starting March 16.
Lydia Nussbaum sits on a bench in front of a window.
Campus News | March 13, 2019
Dispute Resolution Concentration gives Boyd students the necessary tools to succeed in the modern-day litigation world.
woman in front of artwork
People | March 13, 2019
There's always a right way to approach change, says the Fine Arts business manager.

Recent Accomplishments

March 21, 2019
The UNLV Ice Hockey Team (Campus Recreational Services) has won its way to the American Collegiate Hockey Association National Championships for the second straight season. The #13-ranked Skatin' Rebels begin play in Dallas on March 21, facing the #20-ranked team from Robert Morris University. The Rebels have qualified for the national...
March 21, 2019
Kim K. Metcalf (Education) was named chair of the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE) Board of Directors. During his one-year term, Metcalf will lead the board through strategic planning in partnership with the AACTE president and CEO. He was voted chair-elect by his board colleagues—26 representatives of AACTE member...
March 21, 2019
Steven T. Bickmore (Teaching & Learning) and co-editor Michelle M. Falter published When Loss Gets Personal: Discussing Death through Literature in the Secondary ELA Classroom and Moving Beyond Personal Loss to Societal Grieving: Discussing Death's Social Impact through Literature in the Secondary ELA Classroom. The texts consider how...
Woman reads tablet while sitting in chair next to a window

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