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A health economist in the Lee Business School, her research interests center around policies addressing the health of low-income and at-risk infants and children.
Two-time UNLV alumnus Andrew Baca has done a little bit of everything in his career … except let setbacks stand in the way.
After spending her workday at her computer, this manager of IT support services for the UNLV School of Medicine is only too happy to “unplug” once she gets home.
A collection of recent news stories highlighting the people and programs of UNLV.
Growing demand drives growth in online courses. Here are the people and tools helping faculty cross the digital divide.
Lee Business School Alumna of the Year Caroline Ciocca has made a career out of giving back.
Brenden O'Toole, Mohamed Trabia, and Bernard Malamud all received valuable mentoring as students, and now try to repay it with younger generations.
The Rotary Club made it possible for Achievement in Service Award winner Michael Gordon to come to UNLV. Now he's giving back to the city.
UNLV researchers explore how plant genes, food rescue, and financial savvy could help feed humankind.
Some students spent their summer lounging peacefully at the pool. Zantana Ephrem spent hers studying just war theory.
Experience Marketing class teams up with local small businesses to turn classroom learning into real plans.
From UNLV Magazine fall 2018 issue
A round up of news briefs from the fall 2018 issue of UNLV Magazine.
Demand for real estate rebounds in high-risk areas within one to two years of a wildfire, UNLV study finds. Here’s what the research may mean for homeowners in California and beyond.
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Business In The News
The Las Vegas metropolitan area has seen not only a significant rise in its population but an altering of its demographics as well, according to new findings from the U.S. Census Bureau.
Las Vegas economy will remain strong over the next two years with business optimism high, but a University of Nevada, Las Vegas, economist says the “softness in tourism” will continue when it comes to visitors and hotel occupancy.
The “first” estimate of U.S. real gross domestic product (GDP) for the third quarter of 2018 increased at an annual rate of 3.5 percent, a 0.7 percentage point drop from the “final” estimate of the second quarter, yet a faster-than-expected growth rate for the third quarter.
Economists know that the prices of houses tend to drop in the aftermath of a nearby wildfire. But a new paper reveals good news for those who have invested in vulnerable woodland property: Unless you can literally see the fire scar from your home, these prices rebound within a couple of years.
Four out of the five largest fires in California history have occurred in the last six years.
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