Arts and Culture | December 3, 2021
"Beethoven 251" is an offshoot of the popular Beethoven 250 Project, a two-year series of concerts celebrating the composer and the lasting influence of his works
People | December 3, 2021
An immigrant herself, Aziza Dhalai says she remembers how scary it can be to arrive in a new country.
A group of students stand in front of a giant metallic sphere
Business and Community | December 2, 2021
Students are getting the professional experience of a lifetime with the help of a new Strip resort and its Rebel-led executive team.
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Arts and Culture | December 1, 2021
MFA art student Lyssa Parks' work "Star Studies" explores campus diversity and the imposter syndrome that some students feel.

UNLV Experts In The News

CDC Gaming Reports Inc.
December 3, 2021
It is, it appears, the era of the food court in Las Vegas, with new ones opening and older ones expanding or refreshing. Consider it the latest example of the city continually redefining itself.
December 3, 2021
This week, states across the nation began announcing their first cases of the Omicron variant, the latest COVID-19 to be designated a “variant of concern” by the World Health Organization. California announced the country’s first case of Omicron, in a traveler who had been in South Africa, on Wednesday, followed by cases in several other states, including Minnesota, Colorado and New York, on Thursday.
December 3, 2021
It is, it appears, the era of the food court in Las Vegas, with new ones opening and older ones expanding or refreshing. Consider it the latest example of the city continually redefining itself.
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Arts and Culture | December 1, 2021
Ten prestigious university and college jazz programs were selected to compete in New York City.
People | November 30, 2021
Former flight attendant Ben Jantzen on being a nontraditional student and discovering a new career in college.
The sun breaks over a ranch house
Research | November 29, 2021
The Walking Box Ranch is a direct link to the world of 1930s Hollywood glamor and a vital resource for UNLV's students of historic preservation.
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Arts and Culture | November 29, 2021
Enjoy guitar compositions paired with visual art in an event co-sponsored by the School of Music and the Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art.
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People | November 29, 2021
The Cannon Survey Center's data and operations manager grew up rural – very rural.

Recent Accomplishments

December 3, 2021
Tesfaye Yadete, Kavita Batra, Dale M. Netski, Sabrina Antonio, Michael J. Patros, and Johan C. Bester (all Medicine) published a study titled "Assessing Acceptability of COVID-19 Vaccine Booster Dose among Adult Americans: A Cross-sectional Study" in the journal Vaccines. Findings of this study underscore the need of developing effective...
December 3, 2021
Michael Ian Borer (Sociology) recently appeared on CNN/HLN's docuseries Real Life Nightmare in the episode "Mohave Mystery: Vanished in the Desert," which explores the strange disappearance of a hiker near Area 51. 
December 3, 2021
Residents from the Advanced Education Program in Pediatric Dentistry Class of 2021 (Dental) who took Part I of the qualifying exam in May earned some of the highest scores in the country, the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry reports. That places UNLV School of Dental Medicine's program among the top 20 percent in the nation.
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