Sometimes they’re buried in unmarked graves. Other times their bodies decompose under the desert’s blaring sun. The mementos carried on their journey—a child’s drawing with a Spanish prayer scribbled on the back, a stuffed animal, a lucha libre mask—are found with them, hinting at who they were before they died.
Hiring freeze, reserves will help Las Vegas in next economic downturn
The city of Las Vegas plans to hold open about 85 nonessential positions to save $10 million — and dodge the kind of sweeping layoffs that struck the city a decade ago — in preparation for the next economic downturn.
Initial Lineup Announced for 2019 Believer Festival
The Believer Festival is a three-day roving celebration of writing, music, film, comedy, and visual arts hosted by UNLV's Beverly Rogers, Carol C. Harter Black Mountain Institute. The event is April 25-27, with tickets available starting Feb. 15.
Danny Siciliano (Accounting) recently was named a Deloitte Faculty Fellow. Also an alum, Siciliano, '90 BS Business Administration - Accounting and '92 MBA, started his career at Deloitte in Las Vegas and moved on to several prominent positions before joining the accounting faculty at the Lee Business School. He is an award-winning instructor and...
Published: Tedd Girouard, Kara Radzack, and Du Feng
Tedd Girouard and Kara Radzack (both Athletic Training) along with Du Feng (Nursing) and alumna Jessica Dunn,'16 MS Kinesiology, co-authored “Sex Specific Post-concussion Symptom Reporting in Adolescents: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis,” which concluded additional research should further evaluate if differences between male and female...
Elizabeth Lawrence (Sociology) wrote a blog post about the "Educational Differences in Health" session she organized for the annual meeting for Interdisciplinary Association for Population Health Science.