• Janine Barrett poses with her 10-month-old daughter, Makenzie on campus.

    Triple-alum Janine Barrett has worked her way up from student worker to executive director of graduate systems & operations at the Graduate College, but says her most cherished role is that of mother.

Ashton Ridley standing outside UNLV's Greenspun Hall
People | September 16, 2019
Once an intern in public radio, UNLV alum Ashton Ridley is now paying it forward.
Arts and Culture | September 12, 2019
Join us as UNLV faculty members perform music by Robert & Clara Schumann and Johaness Brahms.
Emberly in her goalkeeper uniform runs through a line of fellow soccer players giving high-fives.
Campus News | September 12, 2019
Emberly Sevilla uses her platform as a student-athlete to make a difference in the Las Vegas community.
A man in a labcoat leans over various dental instruments.
Research | September 12, 2019
UNLV researchers offer a new treatment option for age-related gum disease.

UNLV Experts In The News

September 16, 2019
Hard-working people want to be responsible citizens but often don’t know how. What are we to make of the never-ending parade of news, the partisan voices yelling at one another, the seeming impossibility of understanding “the big political picture” without devoting a lifetime of study to it?
Variety
September 16, 2019
More than a decade ago, ABC News pulled off an amazing feat: a 2007 special edition of “20/20” that called attention to the rapid deterioration of the global environment. Reporters were stationed on all seven continents. The news unit even managed to have the lights turned off on the Empire State Building and Times Square to symbolize the dire threat posed by the decline of the earth’s natural support systems. Anchor Diane Sawyer had to use a flashlight – on camera – to maneuver around the set.
New Milford Spectrum
September 16, 2019
More than a decade ago, ABC News pulled off an amazing feat: a 2007 special edition of “20/20” that called attention to the rapid deterioration of the global environment. Reporters were stationed on all seven continents. The news unit even managed to have the lights turned off on the Empire State Building and Times Square to symbolize the dire threat posed by the decline of the earth’s natural support systems. Anchor Diane Sawyer had to use a flashlight – on camera – to maneuver around the set.
doctor talking to healthcare worker in hallway
People | September 11, 2019
Dr. John Fildes continues the vision for establishing UNLV's academic medical center.
Portrait of Kathy Stanchi
People | September 10, 2019
E.L Cord Professor of Law Kathy Stanchi adds her impressive credentials to Boyd’s top-ranked legal-writing faculty.
Five musicians on stage, holding instruments
Arts and Culture | September 9, 2019
Bring a lunch and enjoy conversation with the world-famous Kronos Quartet and Oscar-nominated director Sam Green.
red notebook with white arched UNLV logo
Campus News | September 9, 2019
Beginning next fall, program will provide grants to help offset costs of tuition, fees and books to students who qualify.
Ann Vuong sitting in an office.
People | September 9, 2019
A new face at UNLV, this professor brings unique perspective of public health focused on neurodevelopment in children and chemical exposures during pregnancy.

Recent Accomplishments

September 16, 2019
Joe Milan, Jr. (English and Black Mountain Institute) won the prestigious David K. Wong Fellowship, "a unique and generous annual award to enable a fiction writer who wants to write in English about East and Southeast Asia to spend a year in the UK at the University of East Anglia in Norwich." The fellowship commences in October. Milan is among...
September 16, 2019
E. Michael Nussbaum (Education Psychology & Higher Education) is past president of the American Psychological Association (APA), Division 15 and recently gave the presidential address at the APA Division 15 Conference in Chicago.     
September 16, 2019
Michael Fong (Art) has built a state-of-the-art design lab in Grant Hall, Room 236 for his research with undergraduate students. Fong's interdisciplinary design research and teaching involve science, public art, and kinetic sculpture that responds to abstract data values such as the rise and fall of the U.S. housing market. His new design lab...
Woman reads tablet while sitting in chair next to a window

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