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An acclaimed filmmaker, del Toro won a best director Oscar in 2018 for The Shape of Water. Tickets are free and available starting at 10 a.m. Sept. 29.
In her first address to the UNLV campus, Meana stressed the importance of connectivity between research, community, and student success, and the critical role everyone on campus plays in helping the university reach its potential.
Meana reflects on what will make student achievement, creative activities, research growth, and community partnerships happen this year.
This year’s top Classified Employee of the Year says the most daring thing she’s ever done ended with a thud.
With retirement on the horizon, this Classified Employee of the Year winner is considering trying her hand at comedy on YouTube.
One of the Classified Employee of the Year recipients says never giving up is the key to getting ahead.
A collection of recent news stories highlighting the people and programs of UNLV.
The president's Classified Rookie of the Year made a deliberate choice 20 years ago to make education her career.
Meana, a professor and administrator at UNLV since 1997, will serve in UNLV’s top post beginning July 1 through the completion of a national search.
More than 3,000 students from 37 states and 57 countries to participate in 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. ceremonies this Saturday.
UNLV President Len Jessup on the leadership transition.
Minnie Wood wins a UNLV Community Engagement Award for her work with community partners.
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President In The News
In the wake of tumult and in times of challenge, UNLV has always found a way to forge ahead — that was the resounding message behind acting President Marta Meana’s first state of the university on Thursday.
Putting the “U” in UNLV is how acting President Marta Meana described those at the university who are helping bring it future successes.
UNLV Acting President Marta Meana gives the annual State of the University address at UNLV Thursday, Sept. 13, 2018.
It wasn’t an easy spring for UNLV. There was the departure of President Len Jessup, anger among donors toward regents about it, and the loss of a major donation that was — controversially — linked to Jessup’s continued employment.
Marta Meana interviewed at a number of universities in the mid-1990s, but none was quite like UNLV.
Acting UNLV President
A licensed clinical psychologist and noted expert on women's health and human sexuality.