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Office of the President
Back-to-school events to highlight UNLV campus traditions, student involvement, 60th anniversary festivities, and the president’s vision for academics and beyond.
President’s 2017 Classified Employee of the Year Flor Cardona says she is living the American dream
Doing this has helped Cherisha Gaitor in her life, her career, and in being named one of the Classified Employees of the Year.
Answering such questions is just the start of the job for University Libraries’ book and paper conservator Michael Frazier.
Baron Pace, winner of the President's Classified Rookie of the Year Award, advises that team work is critical to success.
Modern look celebrates UNLV Athletics’ rich history and tie to Las Vegas; projects steady progression of one of nation’s most recognizable college brands.
UNLV's community engagement office fosters collaboration with entities throughout Southern Nevada for the betterment of both.
UNLV President Len Jessup; Dan Price, president of design firm Adrenalin; and members of the spirit logo refresh committee will outline the refresh process and unveil the updated mark.
Jon Huntsman Sr. gift honors Sen. Harry Reid and will help position UNLV history department as leader in study of the Intermountain West.
Dozens of employees also recognized for their years of service to the university.
Plus: Rebels around the world show their spirit.
Celebrate #UNLVGrad moments with this recap of Saturday's festivities.
Reed-Francois, deputy athletics director at Virginia Tech, will begin as UNLV athletics director June 1; introductory news conference scheduled for 2 p.m. April 18.
The ABC anchor behind primetime news magazine "What Would You Do?" discusses translating the show's Good Samaritan-theme to his new book; tickets are free.
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President In The News
Billionaire casino magnate Sheldon Adelson has backed out of a deal to help construct a $1.9 billion stadium for the Oakland Raiders, throwing the team’s proposed move to Las Vegas into jeopardy.
We are back here at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and in just a few hours, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, as you know, are going head to head for the third and final debate.
Gov. Brian Sandoval, Clark County Commissioner Steve Sisolak and large group of supporters of Ainsworth Game Technology celebrated the opening of the company’s 291,000-square-foot North American headquarters in Las Vegas on Friday.
Hillary Clinton’s sweeping plan to make college more affordable — sparing 88 percent of Nevada families from paying tuition at in-state, public institutions — has been received with a mix of praise and skepticism from higher education insiders.
With enough determination, UNLV will soon find its place among the nation’s higher education elites, President Len Jessup told an auditorium packed with hundreds of professors and students Thursday afternoon.
Len Jessup brings experience as a university professor, administrator, entrepreneur and fundraiser.
Senior Vice Provost
A top UNLV administrator and life sciences researcher.