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UNLV Alumni Relations
We conducted the first comprehensive survey of alumni opinions of UNLV in 10 years. Here’s what we learned.
Alumni asked for more opportunities to mentor students and suggested enhancements to career service programs.
Sending our seniors off in style. Plus: New rankings for graduate programs and the debate team gets ready to go to nationals.
So married to UNLV that she had her wedding reception on campus, this alum says working at her alma mater is a natural progression.
News-making student achievements include wins in national and international competitions; triumphs over personal adversity; and inventions and research with regional, national, global, and intergalactic impact.
UNLV alumna blings out a commemorative graduation cap for the cover of UNLV Magazine.
As the new leader of alumni engagement amps up the power of 115,000 alumni, Chad Warren wants feedback from Rebels around the world.
Addy Guida’s battle with cancer as a student-athlete inspired a new career path in medicine.
New alumni club offers growing body of current, former student veterans an opportunity to network.
Duo leads the Division of Philanthropy and Alumni Engagement in new era of fundraising
Back-to-school events to highlight UNLV campus traditions, student involvement, 60th anniversary festivities, and the president’s vision for academics and beyond.
UNLV's vice president for philanthropy on the reasons behind our record-breaking $93 million fundraising year.
UNLV plates drive scholarship increases for Rebels.
Lindy Schumacher receives the UNLV Alumni Association's Silver State Award for her ongoing support of the university.
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Alumni Relations In The News
Manpower of Southern Nevada President Andrew Scott Katz, 54, died Tuesday in Las Vegas.
This week's spring-like temperatures have made for great walking weather, and there are few better places to stroll than the UNLV campus.
Fred Albrecht, a longtime UNLV coach and administrator who helped create the school's alumni program, died Friday after a battle with cancer. He was 71.
In 1864, the story goes, Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman wired a military order to Gen. John M. Corse back at Union Army headquarters in Altoona, Pennsylvania. The directive was supposed to say "hold on, relief is coming." It came out "hold the fort," and then after that, it became "hold down the fort."
Fred Albrecht, a former UNLV tennis coach, teacher and administrator who founded UNLV's Alumni Association and helped raise funds to construct the association's building, died Friday. He was 71.