• Nicholas Barr poses on UNLV's campus, his work focuses on homeless young adults and military service members.

    Mindful of the needs of homeless youth, the social work professor has created a program to help.

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People | October 11, 2019
School of Integrated Health Sciences Alumna of the Year Anne Lindsay focuses on nutrition, obesity, and eating disorders among women and children.
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Arts and Culture | October 10, 2019
As the College of Fine Arts prepares for its annual Art Walk, meet one of the behind-the-scenes players helping to bring the event to life.
Dr. John Carroll stands with arms folded in front of a sign.
People | October 9, 2019
Dr. Joseph Carroll says the opportunity to be part of the medical school’s team at the UMC Trauma Center was too good to pass up.
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Campus News | October 9, 2019
Through a new KUNV podcast, Latinx students are at the helm of creating historical content in an accessible format.

UNLV Experts In The News

The Exploress Podcast
October 11, 2019
One of the most intense dinner party debates I've ever had was over the issue of a lady's pelvic jungle: specifically, whether or not we should be taking it off.
Leafly
October 11, 2019
Two Ukrainian associates of Rudy Giuliani were arrested on Wednesday night and charged with funneling foreign money into US elections, an illegal activity. The headlines have been dominated by the pair’s alleged donations to a pro-Trump super PAC last year, but there’s another charge hidden in the indictment that has left some in the cannabis industry—and many in the state of Nevada—scratching their heads.
Boston Magazine
October 10, 2019
As the housing crisis continues to unfold across the city, some developers think they've found the perfect solution: sending everyone back to college dorms. But will the co-living developments they're building really make life better?
Arts and Culture | October 8, 2019
Join the School of Music and departments of dance and theatre at the Barrick Museum of Art on Oct. 14 for a multi-disciplinary event recognizing Research Week.
Arts and Culture | October 8, 2019
This exhibition celebrating artists of African heritage living in the Las Vegas area opens as part of the 3rd Annual UNLV Art Walk and runs through Dec. 7.
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Research | October 8, 2019
Collaboration to focus on sports-science, data analytics and student-athlete success.
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People | October 8, 2019
A breakthrough research project landed hospitality undergrad Jasmine Nemati a top-tier journal credit and the experience of a lifetime.
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People | October 8, 2019
Outstanding Faculty Award winner Anjala Krishen keeps students moving, acting as a mentor before and after graduation.

Recent Accomplishments

October 14, 2019
Deborah Arteaga (World Languages and Cultures) published the following edited volume, Contributions of Romance Languages to Current Linguistic Theory (Springer Press), to which she also contributed the chapter "Obviation and Old French Subjunctive Clauses."
October 14, 2019
Romeo Jackson (Student Diversity and Social Justice) recently co-authored a peer-reviewed article with Alex C. Lange & Antonio Duran in the Journal of College Student Development titled "The State of LGBT and Queer Research in Higher Education Revisited: Current Academic Houses and Future Possibilities."
October 14, 2019
P. Jane Hafen (English) presented and participated on a panel, Native American Women Activists: Resistance, Resilience, and Passing the Torch, at the National Portrait Gallery, sponsored by the National Museum of the American Indian.
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