woman posing outdoors
People | April 28, 2022
What the world needs now is volunteers. This Urban Affairs program coordinator aims to connect you to the opportunities.
planet illustration
Research | April 27, 2022
UNLV astrophysicist Zhaohuan Zhu among featured speakers at international conference at M Resort May 1-6; more than a dozen UNLV faculty and students participating.  
Kiara Rose Sims is standing with her arms crossed
People | April 27, 2022
MSI Student Council member learns to be a catalyst for beautifying the campus.   
man teaching in college classroom
People | April 27, 2022
History professor Paul Werth named a 2022 Guggenheim Fellow.
illustration of two alums
People | April 27, 2022
Doa Meade Ross and Colby Pellegrino are two grads tackling water issues in Nevada.
professor and student during research presentation
People | April 26, 2022
Through research and advocacy for her students, engineering professor Jacimari Batista helps address Nevada's natural resources issues.
illustration of woman surrounded by mountains and lake with mermaids
People | April 26, 2022
A journey over the Hoover Dam set the stage for alumna Camille Touton, now serving at the highest levels of government, to dedicate her life to protecting the nation’s waters.
a person stands at a lectern with a microphone reading passages from a book
Arts and Culture | April 25, 2022
Community event returns with literary greats, expanded offerings for young readers, families.
UNLV student canoeing in Lake Mead
Campus News | April 25, 2022
Regional competition challenges schools to engineer concrete canoes, test them at Lake Mead.  
woman seated indoors
People | April 25, 2022
One of the biggest rewards of public health, according to Gabriela Buccini, is the ability to make the world better for so many – in her case, mothers and babies. 
Drone view of the excavation site.
Research | April 25, 2022
UNLV paleontologists help publish the study of fossils in Nye County. 
A portrait of Dr. John Fildes
People | April 22, 2022
The Kirk Kerkorian School of Medicine's John Fildes looks back at decades of medical accomplishments.