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UNLV alumna blings out a commemorative graduation cap for the cover of UNLV Magazine.
Seed money creates stability for program that helps people with intellectual disabilities.
UNLV alumni triplets beat to their own drum as they own and run restaurant and brewery.
Three Las Vegas generations share both family and Rebel roots.
What will it take to unite the city behind its new hometown teams?
University counseling experts step up to offer emotional support after the mass shooting in Las Vegas.
In 1967, Dorothy Bokelmann became the first UNLV graduate student to receive a degree.
Walter Ashcraft took a chance on UNLV Graduate College, and it paid off in 1967 with a new career in education and a new direction in life.
As the rest of the country becomes as diverse as Las Vegas, UNLV is creating better-than-best practices for our next generation of kids.
This new associate dean in the College of Education says that working a variety of jobs has taught him to respect all occupations.
Learn from UNLV students who just landed prestigious scholarships to study in Asia, Central America, and Europe.
The featured speakers from UNLV Creates share their wishes for this fall's incoming students.
The UNLV Office of Undergraduate Research’s new program immerses local high school students in the opportunities research at UNLV has to offer.
With a variety of university-sponsored camps taking place both on and off campus, UNLV is anything but quiet this summer
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Education In The News
Higher education institutions aren’t shying away from revamping their IT and embracing new technology. A Unit4 survey found that 73 percent of universities have changed their organizational IT structure to support student success in the last two years.
The University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) College of Education has carefully cultivated relationships that generate support not only for its teacher candidates but for the needs of the Clark County School District (CCSD) and the broader surrounding community. The continuously evolving partnerships thrive thanks to a culture of collaboration around solving authentic problems in the community.
If leading the country’s fifth-largest school district isn’t daunting enough, try doing so in the midst of a massive reorganization, a budget deficit of at least $60 million and a continual firestorm of pushback from unions and trustees.
As more states adopt funding formulas based on student performance — such as graduation rates and degrees awarded — higher education institutions are laser-focused on improving retention. Regardless of state policy, however, such strategies make fiscal sense: Enrolling a new student is more expensive than retaining a current one. To both control those costs and serve students more effectively, many institutions leverage data analytics.
Michele Kiraly has been a lawyer for two decades. But she is embarking on a new career path, one in which her current job has prepared her. "The best part of my job as a lawyer is educating my clients," she said.
Assistant Professor of Special Education
An expert on inclusive education for individuals with autism and intellectual disability.
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An expert in mathematics and integrated STEM education.
Assistant Professor, Educational Psychology & Higher Education
An expert on college access and higher education policy.