You are here
Emma Frances Bloomfield
Published: Emma Frances Bloomfield
Emma Frances Bloomfield (Communication Studies) authored an essay about the life-sized replica of Noah's Ark in Kentucky that is part of the Answers in Genesis, a creationist nonprofit. The article, "Ark Encounter as Material Apocalyptic Rhetoric: Contemporary Creationist Strategies On Board Noah's Ark," has been published in the Southern Communication Journal. It analyzes the site as an example of the apocalyptic genre, which aims to gain converts to Christianity and creationism through an immersive experience.
Drawn to UNLV by the chance to build something from scratch, this video designer looks forward to finding creative ways to showcase the university's people, programs, and achievements.
Success was in the cards for this Mexican-born illusionist-turned-hospitality student-turned Strip headliner.
This new-to-the-Graduate-College staffer keeps students on track for graduation.
Hospitality took on a new meaning for this educator after arriving at UNLV.
This Italian-born alumnus launched his career by breaking barriers and standing out.
Armed his long-time infatuation for hospitality, this New York native discovered inspiration in UNLV’s industry ties.