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UNLV joint study finds that elusive sleep patterns as humans age may have evolved to ensure safety.
Participants in the School of Public Policy’s Grantwell course make big-money decisions to help local nonprofits
Native American master's student Ka-Voka Jackson is working to protect the environment and preserve her Hualapai culture.
Here’s what our students are talking about. Week of June 9.
Three UNLV students win coveted nationally competitive grants to study, research, and teach abroad.
UNLV Ph.D. candidate’s research in Russia challenges widely held understanding of past climate history; study appears in latest issue of top journal Nature Geoscience.
Doctoral candidate Eshani Lee’s research ensures college chemistry knowledge doesn’t get lost in translation.
Commencement speaker Marissa Nichols embraces the anxiety of public speaking as she accepts her doctoral degree.
UNLV has a commencement tradition for the president to select and highlight exceptional students who embody the academic, research, and community impact of the graduating class.
Prizes totaling $55K in seed money go to three UNLV teams who bested over three dozen Donald W. Reynolds Governor’s Cup competitors with health care, hospitality, and esports business ideas.
UNLV undergraduate and NASA intern Amber Turner shares her remarkable research journey, which may someday lead to human civilizations on other planets.
Tony Terrell was once a steadying force on the Rebels offensive line. Now he helps students stay the course to graduation. Catch his new Facebook Live series.
With limited options in Nevada for top-notch scientists, two UNLV grads welcome the high-tech jobs that the marijuana industry brought.
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Graduate College In The News
Master’s student Ka-Voka Jackson has combined her passion for biology and the environment with her Native American roots to help solve environmental issues from a unique perspective.
Sometimes, it's not about the human perspective.
At least that's what Ka-Voka Jackson thinks about the reason she travels to remote areas of her ancestral Hualapai land to re-introduce native flora.
Las Vegas’ prostitutes can’t tell you how business is going. There are no union spokespersons, no profit-and-loss statements … really, there’s not even a number you can call to ask (unless your follow-up question is along the lines of “how soon can you get here”). Kate Hausbeck Korgan, Interim Dean of UNLV’s Graduate College and co-founder (with Barbara Brents) of the university’s Sex and Body Industry Research Project (SABIR), spoke with the Weekly about the current state of this shadow industry.
The University of Nevada-Las Vegas will pay graduate assistant instructors a little more money in what administrators say is a step toward top-tier status.
Graduate assistant instructors at UNLV will be making a little more money from now on thanks to a $2 million infusion.