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UNLV researchers and inventors made national headlines this year with their discoveries. Here's a round up of some of our top stories of 2016.
One of UNLV's oldest traditions — the Holiday Card Tree Scholarship — is spreading good wishes while raising funds for students like Yen Lu.
The chair of the department of kinesiology and nutrition sciences says his interest in the field sprang from his years as an athlete.
UNLV research shows you might need to literally walk a mile in someone's shoes to find the best fit.
A native Las Vegan on what her degree will mean to her family.
The twins plan to throw themselves into the full college experience.
MealCheck Technologies, Inc. will produce the UNLV invention, which combines the best of existing fitness-monitoring devices to make dieting or staying healthy easier than ever.
Advice from Jeremy Cope, School of Allied Health Sciences Alumnus of the Year
Brown is an accomplished psychologist and academic leader with previous stops at University of North Texas, Wayne State and Temple; he will begin Aug. 1.
She studied finance as an undergrad while playing basketball, but an intense interest in nutrition as a means to improve her game created a path toward her current profession.
A collection of recent news stories highlighting the people and programs of UNLV.
Students to build sustainable, “age-in-place” home with consumer appeal for U.S. Department of Energy contest; UNLV team finished second overall in 2013.
Media headlines highlighting UNLV's success in reaching milestones surrounding academics and recruitment.
Dean Carolyn Yucha on change in the nursing profession, recruitment challenges, and why Dr. House drives her crazy.
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