May 23, 2023
Daniel Chi (Finance) recently wrote a guest column published in VEGAS INC titled, "Compounding interest can make us all millionaires, and taking interest in sharing this phenomenon can educate all Nevadans." Chi shares the gloomy state of personal finances in the U.S. along with advice that if implemented could make anyone a millionaire. He also…
May 23, 2023
Tyler D. Parry (African American and African Diaspora Studies Program; Interdisciplinary, Gender, and Ethnic Studies) was interviewed by a journalist from Charleston, South Carolina's The Post and Courier about the remarks by Republican Governor Henry McMaster who "joked" about hunting Democrats with dogs. Parry provided context about the racist…
May 22, 2023
Shawn McCoy (Economics; Lied Center for Real Estate) and Nicholas Irwin (Economics) were both recently interviewed by the Las Vegas Sun about their recent research article studying residential development in the aftermath of wildfires.
May 22, 2023
Yuko Shinozaki (Libraries) is the winner of the Libraries Classified Staff of the Year Award. She was nominated for her exceptional customer service and dedication to leading the Libraries' Document Delivery and Interlibrary Loan unit. 
May 22, 2023
David G. Schwartz (Ombuds) recently published a post on From the Ombuds, the official blog of UNLV's ombuds office. This week's column, "Why Do We Have an Ombuds, Anyway?," explores the origins of the ombuds profession and how universities have, over the past 50 years, increasingly turned to ombuds. For more information about the ombuds office,…
May 22, 2023
Brian Labus and Casey Barber (both Epidemiology and Biostatistics) presented a talk titled, "Everybody poops: the basics of wastewater surveillance and how it can provide an unbiased insight into infectious disease transmission in the community," during the 2023 Nevada Environmental Health Association & Nevada Food Safety Task Force Joint…
May 22, 2023
Syed Saquib, Paul Chestovich, Carmen Flores, Joseph Carroll, Douglas Fraser, Jessica Tullington, and Kavita Batra (all Medicine) published an abstract for their study, "The Role of Body Mass Index in Hospitalized Burn Patients," in the Journal of Burn Care & Research. These findings were also presented at the 2023 Annual Conference of the…
May 22, 2023
Nikki E. Bennett,  Suzanna Soto, Jhobany Nicolas-Serrano, and Peter B. Gray (all Anthropology) published their study titled, "Dog guardians and genetic testing: Survey textbox responses & human-animal bond influences," in CABI International: Human-Animal Interactions. This project is a part of Bennett's Ph.D. research in which users were…
May 19, 2023
Hikmet Loe (Art) participated in “Finding the Flow: A Virtual Symposium Considering Art and Water,” a public presentation by Southwest Contemporary in partnership with SITE Santa Fe on May 16, 2023, sharing information from her article "Viewing the Colorado River: Between Art and Actuality," published online and in print by Southwest Contemporary.

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