September 15, 2022
Jacqueline Killian (Nursing) recently presented a poster at the Military Health System Research Symposium. The topic was, "Improving Resiliency in U.S. Air Force Healthcare Personnel."
September 14, 2022
Mike Bricker (Student Union and Event Services) was accepted into the National Emergency Training Center (NETC). NETC is a FEMA training that includes weather, fire, and all other natural disasters. Bricker will travel to Washington, D.C., this winter to represent Southern Nevada and UNLV while becoming a certified emergency management…
September 14, 2022
Seungman Park (Mechanical Engineering) received the prestigious NIH Career Award (NIA K25 Mentored Quantitative Research Career Development Award). This five-year grant supports Park’s ongoing research to investigate the relation between tissue viscoelasticity and tumor progression in aging tissues. Park is currently an assistant professor in the…
September 14, 2022
Steffen Lehmann (Architecture) has published a new book titled, Reimagining the Library of the Future, published by ORO Editions. Lehmann was interviewed about his book in STIRworld, an architecture, art, and design magazine.  
September 13, 2022
Angela Amar (Nursing) was recognized for community leadership at the 2022 Asian American Group Community Awards Gala.
September 13, 2022
Sadia Shaukat (Teaching and Learning) and Lisa Bendixen (Educational Psychology) published an article, "The Impact of Technostress on Teacher Educators’ Work–Family Conflict and Life Satisfaction While Working Remotely during COVID-19 in Pakistan," in the journal Education Sciences.  
September 13, 2022
Jennifer Vanderlaan (Nursing) was published as a co-author for a new study titled, "Midwifery Autonomy and Employment Changes During the Early COVID-19 Pandemic." The article was published in the Journal of Midwifery and Women's Health.
September 13, 2022
Jessica E. Teague (English) has been awarded a 2022 American Book Award (the Walter & Lillian Lowenfels Award for Criticism) for her book, Sound Recording Technology and American Literature, (Cambridge UP, 2021).  The American Book Awards have been around for 43 years and have been awarded to writers across a…
September 13, 2022
Emylia Terry (Public Health), Jennifer Pharr (Environmental and Occupational Health), Jason Flatt, and Krystal Kittle (both Social and Behavioral Health) presented a poster on "Problem Gambling within the LGBTQIA+ Community: A Community Needs Assessment Survey Approach" at the National LGBTQ Health Conference in Chicago, Illinois, in July. Terry…

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