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Have a student who is struggling — or excelling? Send them to the Academic Success Center. Nicole Stella wants to see them.
College of Sciences Alumnus of the Year Kenneth Bruce Jones found a mentor during a game of three-on-three.
Lee Business School Alumna of the Year Caroline Ciocca has made a career out of giving back.
Dr. Charles Bernick, School of Community Health Alumnus of the Year, has gotten Nevada into the thick of the fight against Alzheimer's.
Nursing Alumna of the Year Maileen Ulep launched nurses network to share information and foster collaboration in the region.
College of Fine Arts Alumnus of the Year Michael Del Gatto helped bring Hospitality Hall to life.
Greenspun College of Urban Affairs Alumna of the Year Judy Tudor had her priorities reorganized because someone took the time to be kind.
College of Liberal Arts Alumna of the Year Jeanne Hamrick helps keep the funds flowing to Southern Nevada charities.
William F. Harrah College of Hospitality Alumnus of the Year David Ross learned early that being part of the gaming industry means giving back.
Graduate College Alumnus of the Year Michael Gordon got a big boost when he was new in this country.
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.
The public is invited to get a first-hand glimpse at innovation.
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Graduate College In The News
Republicans are working to pass the nation’s first tax reform since the Reagan administration, and graduate students are worried about being taxed out of the classroom.
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.
Graduate assistant instructors at UNLV will be making a little more money from now on thanks to a $2 million infusion.