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.
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.
Guo Taiming: Mazu supports him to improve the economy and cross-strait relations
Billionaire Guo Taiming announced on Wednesday that he will run for the president of Taiwan. He said that his election has been blessed by Mazu. The most well-known product of Guo Taiming's factory is the iPhone.
Western media pays attention to Guo Taiming's candidacy for president: Can you copy Trump's successful precedent?
Western media has paid extensive attention to Guo Taiming’s announcement of his candidacy for Taiwan’s president. He said that although he has no political experience, he has a wide range of contacts as a successful businessman and has high-level contacts in Washington and Beijing. The precedent of US President Trump's business and excellent politics remains to be seen.
Once thought eradicated in US, measles cases surge in first quarter of 2019
The United States is staring down what could be the worst year for measles outbreaks since the country eliminated the disease as an endemic illness in 2000, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, creating a growing public health threat that medical experts say some communities are bringing on themselves by rejecting a safe and reliable vaccine.
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.
Philip Danquah (Environmental and Occupational Health) presented a research topic "Racial Variations of the Injection Route of Administration among Injection Drug Users in the United States: A Comparative Trend Analysis" at the National Technology and Social Science Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada this month. Danquah is pursuing a doctoral degree...
Mariana Sarmiento Hernández (Office of Diversity Initiatives) served as the Keynote Speaker at the 2nd Annual UNLV Impact Awards, hosted by the Office of Service Learning and Leadership. The UNLV Impact Awards seeks to recognize students whose engagement activities advance learning, justice, and social change with the community.
Xue Xing and Howard R. D. Gordon (Teaching and Learning) co-authored a peer-reviewed journal article, entitled “The Status of High-Quality Career and Technical Education in Nevada.” The article overviews important issues pertaining to career and technical education program development and policy changes in Nevada and discusses characteristics and...