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William F. Harrah College of Hospitality
This numbers gal bets on the future, both on and off campus.
Tapping into her alma mater’s focus on hands-on skills, this alumna builds her team with fellow Rebels.
This alumna left the corporate world to purse a project close her to heart.
From F&B to RTC, this ’92 alumna can apply her hospitality skills to any industry.
After 16 years in the NFL, this former UNLV quarterback now leads a different kind of team.
Gregory Lee can’t wait to bring his international food and beverage experience, love for adventure, and fascination with wine to the annual scholarship fundraiser.
Facing several restricting government laws, this Southern Korean alumnus jumped through hoops to open his breweries.
A meeting at a hospitality college career fair led this alumna on an adventure around the world.
Now executive of an international hotel chain, this double-degreed alumnus learned about various cultures through UNLV.
The hospitality industry requires patience and empathy, and this international alumna has it mastered.
At the inaugural Mountain West Esports Showdown, UNLV’s 8-bit esports team made history by winning the championship.
The team captain for 8-bit Esports club on choosing UNLV and his plans to parlay his pastime into a career.
In an only-in-Las Vegas program, UNLV students are constructing the future of casino games.
This ‘81 alumna blends her hospitality skills with charity work.
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Hospitality In The News
Truckee Meadows Community College students can apply for a new degree starting this fall.
There’s a question on an upcoming final exam for a class taught at a Hawaii community college that Las Vegas residents may want to read the responses:
As the first of more than 3,500 UNLVino guests were streaming into the courtyard of the Keep Memory Event Center in Symphony Park, 1,926 blue, white and red balloons were released to honor legendary French chef Paul Bocuse, who died in January at age 91.
The 44th annual edition of UNLVino is coming up on April 14, one of the city’s top wine tasting events and a longstanding tradition that puts the “fun” in fundraising. It’s easily one of the best-known charitable hospitality events on everyone’s Vegas calendar, but you might not know that much of the preparation for UNLVino is done by the students who have reaped the benefits of the event’s decades of success.
Last Friday springs into March with spring break fun and March Madness spirit to benefit UNLV hospitality scholarship fund.
Professor, Hotel Administration
An expert in casino marketing, casino management, slot operations and business operations analysis.
Assistant Professor of Hospitality Organization Behavior
An expert in organization behavior
Director of Research, International Gaming Institute
An expert in gambling and esports.