group of musicians with guitars
Arts and Culture | September 28, 2022
Audiences will enjoy original compositions and new arrangements fusing progressive rock, world, jazz, and classical music in a joyful musical phenomenon. 
close up of the flower Caesalpinia Pulcherrima
Arts and Culture | September 28, 2022
Summer rainstorms provide artistic backdrop for the plants that populate UNLV's distinct Mojave Desert landscape. 
woman smiling behind work desk
People | September 28, 2022
When not busy championing civil rights and other pro bono work, Kelly Dove stays connected to UNLV's law school as a volunteer, moot court judge, and mentor.
Dr. Leanne Free
People | September 27, 2022
Dr. Leanne Free's passion for building relationships has led to a satisfying career as an OB/GYN — and to the Kirk Kerkorian School of Medicine at UNLV.
student engaging with avatar on laptop
Campus News | September 27, 2022
The AI's ability to "learn" is resulting in more meaningful conversations with users as well as additional offerings of mental health resources.
cherry blossoms on a branch
Arts and Culture | September 27, 2022
The last of the great Chekhovian canon, The Cherry Orchard examines the lives of an aristocratic Russian landowner and her family at the turn of the 20th century.  
An image of rocks snapped by NASA's Mars Perseverance rover
Research | September 26, 2022
UNLV geoscientists Libby Hausrath and Arya Udry dish on latest Perseverance rover data, and provide peek at upcoming research.
Lake Mead
Research | September 26, 2022
Record of past volcanic eruptions — and potential hazards to health — revealed by low water levels at dwindling local tap source.
female athletic trainer working with students
People | September 26, 2022
Midwestern transplant Michelle Samuel discovered UNLV, racking up two degrees (and counting), countless mentorship hours, and a position of leadership in athletic training.
dean of UNLV law school leah chan grinvald
People | September 26, 2022
New Dean Leah Chan Grinvald brings expertise in intellectual property rights to UNLV Law School.
photo illustration of man conducting orchestra
People | September 26, 2022
Over his mother's well-intentioned advice, UNLV's wind orchestra director picks up the conductor baton instead of a dental drill.
A sign for the William S. Boyd School of Law in front of the building.
Business and Community | September 23, 2022
Jennifer Carleton and John Tahsuda appointed distinguished fellows of Indian Nations Gaming and Governance Program.