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Presentation: Susan Byrne
Susan Byrne (World Languages and Cultures) participated in a debate with professor Eric Graf of the Universidad Francisco Marroquín (Guatemala), titled "Tilting at Windmills." The July 22 debate about the multiple messages in Miguel de Cervantes' Don Quijote, was a breakout session during the 11th annual conference (Freedom Fest) of Libertarians held at the Paris Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas.
This performance artist, art critic, and teacher is excited about collaborating with new colleagues at UNLV.
The president's Classified Rookie of the Year made a deliberate choice 20 years ago to make education her career.
Bill Speer, director of UNLV’s Math Learning Center, earns a national lifetime achievement award with his forward-looking approach to teaching math.
Just look at Europe for an alternate possibility, says UNLV law professor David Orentlicher.
After moving from her native Ireland to Reno and then to Australia, Britton finally found her way to UNLV as a faculty member at the School of Dental Medicine.
As geologist Peg Rees heads to retirement, the 4,000 pounds of rocks she collected go to the Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center.