two students at podiums
Campus News | August 4, 2020
Nationally recognized program builds critical thinking through times of crisis but faces funding problems.
A pencil drawing of a man
Arts and Culture | August 3, 2020
The department of art and Donna Beam Gallery are accepting submissions through Sept. 1.
Nicole Santero at home, surrounded by BTS memorabilia, including a poster.
People | August 3, 2020
Nicole Santero balances her job communicating about the School of Public Health with her doctoral research on the BTS phenomenon.
illustration of communication between two people
Campus News | July 30, 2020
UNLV's human resources team launches tip series to help employees

UNLV Experts In The News

August 3, 2020
A massive $4 billion resort is scheduled to open next year at the site of the old Stardust property on the Strip, but that doesn’t mean the famed casino will be forgotten.
KCBS Radio
August 3, 2020
As racial tensions have risen throughout the nation this summer after the death of George Floyd, there are renewed calls to support an ongoing social justice movement.. and to support Black-owned businesses.
August 3, 2020
COVID-19 testing was limited in March at the outset of the pandemic to patients showing virus symptoms because of a worldwide shortage in kits. The need for mass testing was a crucial early step in containing the virus.
A women leans in to teach children at a desk
Research | July 29, 2020
Assistant professor of public health Brian Labus offers some reasons for optimism for bringing younger students back to the classroom.
Campus News | July 28, 2020
Colleagues from the UNLV School of Medicine have penned a paper on Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children.
Business and Community | July 28, 2020
Grant trains UNLV students to teach science concepts to more than 4,000 local elementary students.
Portrait of Steven Palazzo, the UNLV Schoool of Nursing's new associate dean for academic affairs
People | July 27, 2020
The nurse/educator sees the remote learning necessitated by the pandemic as an opportunity for growth.
smiling black woman hangs "open" sign on the window of her business
Research | July 24, 2020
UNLV political science expert Tiffiany Howard examines the lag in U.S. Black business ownership and opportunities for closing the racial wealth gap.

Recent Accomplishments

August 3, 2020
Tyler D. Parry (Interdisciplinary, Gender, and Ethnic Studies) appeared on KTNV Channel 13 Action News' "Bridging the Divide" series to discuss desegregation and the murder of Emmett Till. He also was one of five panelists who discussed issues of protest, racism, violence, and education in "Every Voice: Race, Protest, and Power in Las Vegas." The...
August 3, 2020
Alain Bengochea (Early Childhood, Multilingual, & Special Education) co-authored a manuscript, "Exploring the Object-sourced Transmodal Practices of an Emergent Bilingual Child in Sociodramatic Play" in the Journal of Early Childhood Research. This study explores how an emergent bilingual preschooler used different modalities (actions, visual...
August 3, 2020
Marina Garber-Colacicchi (World Languages and Cultures) had a collection of poetry "La commedia dell'arte" published in the latest issue of the literary magazine Kreshchatik, Kiev, Ukraine.
Woman reads tablet while sitting in chair next to a window

Get Our Weekly Newsletter

The "From the News Center" newsletter highlights the top articles, videos, photo galleries, and event information. It is emailed to subscribers on Thursdays.