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Accomplishments

Welcome to Accomplishments, the place to read about the successes of your UNLV co-workers.

Nov 14, 2018
Published: Jay Shen, Guogen Shan, Carolee Dodge-Francis, Pearl C. Kim, and Ji Won Yoo
Jay Shen (Health Care Administration), Guogen Shan (Health Care Administration), Carolee Dodge-Francis (Environmental and Occupational Health), Pearl C. Kim (Health Care Administration doctoral student), Ji Won Yoo (School of Medicine), and Yong-Jae Lee (Yonsei University College of Medicine, Seoul, South Korea) recently publisched a paper, https...


Nov 14, 2018
Published: Austin Horng-En Wang
Austin Horng-En Wang (Political Science) recently published "What Does the 1992 Consensus Mean to Citizens in Taiwan?" on the Diplomat. The article analyzes first-hand survey data and reveals that Taiwanese people do not have a consensus on the definition of the 1992 Consensus.


Nov 14, 2018
Exhibition: David Becker
David Becker (Journalism and Media Studies Graduate Teaching Assistant), is one of the producers of Cracked Up. The film follows Saturday Night Live actor Darrell Hammond and his history of child abuse.The film premiered Nov. 14 in New York City as part of the DOC NYC, a storytelling documentary festival. It is an Academy-...


Nov 13, 2018
Published: Stewart Chang
Stewart Chang (Law) published an article, "Our National Psychosis: Guns, Terror, and Hegemonic Masculinity" in the Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review.  Chang was interviewed on the "Taking Liberties" podcast about the article. 


Nov 13, 2018
Presentation: Erika Engstrom
Erika Engstrom (Communication Studies) presented her co-authored paper with Joseph M. Valenzano III of the University of Dayton, "The (Unseen) Order of the Study Group: NBC's Community and Religious Humor" at the annual conference of the National Communication Association in Salt Lake City. Their study examined how the comedy series used...


Nov 13, 2018
Presentation: Ashley Yuill
Ashley Yuill, assistant director of the Jean Nidetch Women's Center, presented a webinar for the American College Personnel AssociationCommission for Student Involvement.  The topic was "Supporting our Student Survivors: A Trauma-Informed Approach to Supervision."


Nov 9, 2018
Honors: Amy Bouchard and Chad Warren
Amy Bouchard and Chad Warren (both Philanthropy and Alumni Engagement) were awarded the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) Pinnacle Award for their work with the UNLV Alumni Association at a ceremony held this week. They won in the category for Tactics: Best Usage of Data/Analytics for the UNLV Alumni Attitude Survey from 2017. This...


Nov 9, 2018
Published: Ann McGinley and Benjamin Edwards
Ann C. McGinley and Benjamin P. Edwards (both Law) published an op-ed in The Hill about gender bias in the venture capital space. The op-ed discusses their law review article that will be published in the U.C. Davis Law Review.


Nov 9, 2018
Published: Cyndi Shein, Hannah Robinson, and Hana Gutierrez
Cyndi Shein (Libraries) co-authored a paper, “Agility in the Archives: Translating Agile Methods to Archival Project Management,” recently published in RBM: A Journal of Rare Books, Manuscripts, and Cultural Heritage. The paper emphasizes the importance of approaching archival processing projects holistically and demonstrates how agile...


Nov 9, 2018
Grant: Du Feng
Du Feng (Nursing) is the recipient of a $177,777 Health Resources and Services Administration Nurse Faculty Loan Program award to make loans available to students who will become qualified nursing faculty. Rebecca Benfield (Nursing) submitted the application.


Nov 8, 2018
Notable: Wonyong Oh
Wonyong Oh (Management, Entrepreneurship, and Technology) is the lead author on the case that on Netflix became the No. 1 bestseller case on Ivey Publishing, the leader in providing business case studies with a global perspective, for October 2018. This case study describes Netflix's recent internationalization strategy. His co-author is Duane...


Nov 8, 2018
Notable: Mary Blankenship
Mary Blankenship (Sciences and Brookings Institute) was featured as a guest columnist in the Las Vegas Sun for her opinion editorial, "Lincoln Memorial Reminds Us Who We Are and Can Still Be."  She is a student with a double major in chemistry and math as well as a Brookings public policy minor. 


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