Honors: Michael Curtis, Brittney Farrow, and Melissa Yzaguirre

Michael Curtis, Brittney Farrow, and Melissa Yzaguirre (all Marriage and Family Therapy) all have been admitted to the 2017-18 Minority Fellowship Program of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. The program is dedicated to expanding the delivery of culturally competent mental health and substance abuse services to underserved minority populations and increasing the number of culturally competent marriage and family therapists. Additionally, Curtis was awarded the diversity scholarship for emerging leaders. All three are first-generation college students who are in their third year of study in the UNLV's marriage and family therapy program.

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People | April 24, 2019
Dr. Constantine George says taking a page from the state’s leading industry would benefit the medical industry.
Shadden Abdalla speaks at Greenspun College of Urban Affairs as Gov. Brian Sandoval looks on
People | April 23, 2019
Electrical engineering student Shadden Abdalla making her mark in the field as a woman and a Muslim.
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People | April 22, 2019
With her love of sports, she is taking her approach “behind the scenes” by helping students in the classroom and in their sports.