Professor Addie Rolnick (Law) was appointed to the Nevada Juvenile Justice Oversight Commission. 
Chad Cross (Epidemiology and Biostatistics), Louisa Messenger, Miklo Alcala (both Environmental and Occupational Health), and Bryson Carrier (Integrated Health Sciences) presented "Soil-transmitted helminths in the United States: using big data to characterize patients and analyze disease trends" during the 100th anniversary annual meeting of the…
Melanie Shackleford, Anna Horvath, Mayra Repetto, Andrea Thi, Rory Twells, Maggie Sanders, Stephanie Fernandez, Dale Netski, Kavita Batra, Nadia Gomez, Leanne Free (all Medicine) published a study, "An Analysis of Oral Contraceptive Related Videos on TikTok," in the journal AJOG Global Reports. This study found that TikTok videos related to oral…
Gabe Berrios (Computer Science), Kaitlin Chan (Computer Science), Carlos Dye (Computer Science; Management, Entrepreneurship, and Technology), Victor Fearn (Computer Science), Mitchelle Gonzalez (Computer Science), Leo Menchaca (Computer Science), and Amy Wong (Computer Science) were all appointed to the role of intern with UNLV’s Cyber Clinic.…
Addie Rolnick (Law) organized and participated in a roundtable discussion on "Colonialism and Sovereignty Frameworks in Indigenous Studies" at the 2024 Native American and Indigenous Association Annual Conference.
Kelly Tseng (Life Sciences) participated as an invited speaker and panelist in the Lessons from Successful Grantees panel at the Dialogue With Institutional Leaders About Successfully Navigating NIH conference held at the National Institutes of Health main campus in Bethesda, MD. 
Faculty Sara Rosenkranz, Andrew Hooyman, Richard Rosenkranz (all Kinesiology and Nutrition Sciences), along with students Chris Acosta, Jose Hidalgo, CindyRomina Ballesteros Paniagua (all Kinesiology and Nutrition Sciences), and Daniela Gonzalez-Alvarez (Social and Behavioral Health) presented compelling research on infant formula…
"Gunpowder Mountain" by Jarret Keene (English) is now available for preorder. Join Kid Crimson in Virginia City, Nevada, in the 1860s as he faces ruthless gangs, rowdy saloon dwellers, and a plot to assassinate Lincoln. Bestselling western novelist Peter Brandvold says, "[Keene] is one hell of a writer."
Amy Reed-Sandoval (Philosophy) presented "Resisting Epistemic Extractivism: Decolonial Scientific Practice in Mexico's Forensic Crisis" at the 2024 Latin American Studies Association annual meeting in Bogotá, Colombia. 

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