September 28, 2022
Merci Silva-Acosta (World Languages and Cultures) published an article: "Voces feministas que trascienden épocas y continentes: 'Lección de cocina' de Rosario Castellanos y 'Carne quemada' de Rosa Montero" in El Cid: La revista estudiantil del Capítulo Tau Iota de Sigma Delta Pi, la Sociedad Nacional Honoraria Hispánica.  
September 28, 2022
Cheryl Abbate (Philosophy) published a chapter titled, "Are Our Companion Animals Friends or Family?" in the Routledge Handbook of Philosophy of Friendship. In this chapter, it's argued that we should, as much as possible, model our relationships with companion animals off of friendship relationships, rather than parent-child relationships. 
September 28, 2022
Kenneth Izuora (Medicine) co-authored the clinical practice guidelines of the American Association of Clinical Endocrinology (AACE) for the comprehensive care of persons with diabetes mellitus.
September 27, 2022
David G. Schwartz (Ombuds) recently published a post on From the Ombuds, the official blog of UNLV's Ombuds Office. This post outlined the exciting things that await us all during Ombuds Week, which takes place October 10-14. For more information about the Ombuds Office, please visit its website.
September 27, 2022
Kendall Hartley (Teaching and Learning), Emily Shreve and Dan Gianoutsos (both Academic Success Center), and Lisa Bendixen (Educational Psychology) have recently published their research on college student smartphone usage in relation to planning, studying, learning, and other self-regulatory skills. Hartley, K., Shreve, E., & Gianoutsos, D…
September 27, 2022
Albert Loera (Athletics) was selected for the 2022-23 cohort of the National Association of College and University Business (NACUBO)’s Emerging Leaders program, a professional development opportunity that recognizes the top emerging professionals around the country in higher education.     Loera was selected from a large pool of applicants for…
September 27, 2022
Kara Christensen and Nicole Short (both Psychology), with a colleague at the University of Alberta, published a chapter, "Insomnia in Eating Disorders," in the new book, Eating Disorders. In this chapter, they provide an overview of the literature on insomnia disorder in people with eating disorders, potential mechanisms for comorbidity, and…
September 27, 2022
Margarita Jara (World Languages and Cultures) gave her Presidential Address at the 2022 Linguistic Association of the Southwest annual meeting at Cleveland State University on September 24. Her paper was titled, "Northwestern Amazonian Spanish as a macro-region: The roles of the (socio)-linguist."  Spanish has coexisted with many indigenous…
September 27, 2022
David Orentlicher (Law and Medicine) published an opinion essay, "Unanimous decision making is essential for preserving the Supreme Court’s legitimacy," in The Hill. The essay discusses concerns about the Supreme Court's legitimacy and how the Court can restore public confidence by deciding its cases unanimously. Unanimous decisions are better…

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