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Campus News | December 10, 2020
A collection of news stories highlighting the election, COVID-19, and scientific discovery at UNLV.
UNLV communication studies professor Rebecca Rice
Research | December 10, 2020
As public health and local government officials grapple with misinformation, UNLV crisis communication researcher Rebecca Rice shares battle plan tips.
woman in lab coat looking at a sample
Research | December 9, 2020
Ph.D. student Kendra McGlothen's research ties for first in the Graduate College’s annual Rebel Grad Slam competition.
brain scan imaging
Research | December 9, 2020
Although the COVID-19 pandemic has barred neuroscience Ph.D. student Andrew Ortiz from the lab, he continues to research diseases that affect millions of Americans.
woman in mask outside an medical exam room
Campus News | December 9, 2020
Actors help UNLV's School of Nursing students sharpen skills and improve their patient interactions.
collage of holiday card images
Campus News | December 9, 2020
As the holiday card itself changes, it continues to change lives through scholarships.
A red UNLV mortarboard decorated with the words "stay the course"
Campus News | December 9, 2020
UNLV President Keith E. Whitfield to honor four Winter 2020 graduates for their academic, research, and community impact.
woman in mask in front of large artwork
Arts and Culture | December 9, 2020
After a semester of learning the behind-the-scenes operations at the Barrick, junior J. Walsea offers advice for any student seeking internships as the pandemic rages on.
three men playing piano, drums, and bass
Arts and Culture | December 8, 2020
The UNLV Honors Jazz Trio also was a winner at the prestigious Monterey Next Generation Jazz Festival College Combo Division in 2018 and 2020.
hand writing an equation on a whiteboard
Campus News | December 8, 2020
UNLV replaces remedial courses with “corequisite” courses so incoming students don't fall behind before they even start college.
protestors outside New York New York casino
Arts and Culture | December 7, 2020
Following a public call for submissions, what returned tackled topics engendered by "Justice" from police brutality and Black Lives Matter to transgender civil rights, protest, decay and erosion, lives lost, equity, and reform.
Man in doctor coat in front of lights.
People | December 7, 2020
School of Medicine surgeon draws upon his engineering background to make challenging decisions.