• Keyonna Summers singing karaoke

    Whether to promote UNLV's people, programs, and research or to indulge her personal passion for karaoke, media relations specialist Keyonna Summers says she will sing out any time, anywhere.

Campus News | February 18, 2020
A collection of news stories capturing the excitement and accomplishments of UNLV at the start of a new decade.
historic image of downtown street in early 1900s Reno, NV
Business and Community | February 14, 2020
The marker, one of five to be installed in Nevada, will be unveiled March 5 in Las Vegas' Centennial Park.
Research | February 14, 2020
UNLV doctoral student Pouya Shojaei among nine selected in NASA collaboration project.
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Campus News | February 13, 2020
Pilot program to offer more secure access to Lied Library at night to continue during spring and fall semesters.

UNLV Experts In The News

February 18, 2020
Ever since the debacle in Iowa, Kimi Cole has been fielding multiple calls a day from Nevadans feeling anxious about their state’s upcoming presidential caucuses.
February 18, 2020
As the 2020 Democratic presidential primary heads into a few busy weeks of voting, tomorrow night’s debate stage is about to get much more intense.
February 18, 2020
In establishing the first states to vote in the Democratic presidential nomination campaign, the party selected four states representing each U.S. region. These events are almost like a preseason before the big contests in March such as Super Tuesday when California and Texas cast ballots. The four early states that select delegates in February start in the Midwest with the Iowa caucuses, move to the Northeast and the New Hampshire primary, head to the West and the Nevada caucuses, and end in the South with the South Carolina primary.
chalk drawing of human body with intestinal tract
Research | February 12, 2020
New UNLV study shows promise for role of a high-carb, low-protein, and low-fat diet in fighting off C. diff infections.
People | February 12, 2020
Addison Guida is determined to provide the same level of commitment to her future patients as she received from her own doctors.
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Research | February 11, 2020
UNLV epidemiologist Brian Labus answer four questions about the outbreak.
woman studying with laptop
Campus News | February 11, 2020
A progressive new curriculum promises more choices for students and more talent for a continually adapting and expanding industry.
Jennifer Vanderlaan on hillside.
People | February 10, 2020
When she's able to tear herself away from her focus on improving maternal health care, Jennifer Vanderlaan decompresses by taking a hike or playing video games with her family.

Recent Accomplishments

February 18, 2020
Marina Colacicchi (World Languages and Cultures) has had a selection of poetry published in the latest issue of the literary magazine Literratura (Moscow, Russia).
February 18, 2020
Amy Reed-Sandoval (Philosophy) has published an article, "Maternity and Migration," in the journal Philosophy Compass.
February 18, 2020
Steve Salerno (Journalism & Media Studies) won the Silver Award in the 2019 Mature Media Awards for his memoir, "The River Runs Through Us," on bonding with his troubled young grandson some years ago. It appeared in AARP The Magazine in April/May 2018.
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