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MRI scan of a brain with Alzheimer's disease.
Research | September 28, 2021
Study, published this month in Communications Biology, reveals that chronic hyperglycemia impairs memory.
A man stares out of a hotel room window
Business and Community | September 28, 2021
Housekeeping robots and meltable bedsheets are no longer the stuff of sci-fi. Here's how UNLV and industry partners are helping to steady a shaken hospitality industry through innovative product development.
A woman smiles in a courtroom
People | September 28, 2021
William S. Boyd School of Law Alumna of the Year Brittnie Watkins started her career by sitting for the bar exam and defending her doctoral dissertation while six months pregnant, and hasn't slowed down since.
A close up of a man surrounded by stuffed animals
People | September 27, 2021
Nursing professor and mental health advocate talks about the importance of treating root causes of mental health instead of pushing patients through the system.
Research | September 24, 2021
Psychology professor Chris Kearney says refocusing on basic skills will help get schoolchildren get back on track.
UNLV's Flashlight
Arts and Culture | September 24, 2021
The concert kicks-off a series of student performances that are both in-person and live-streamed from Artemus W. Ham Concert Hall.
A woman sits in front of a sign reading "The Body Achieves What the Mind Believes"
People | September 24, 2021
A bad experience with physical therapy as a child didn't stop School of Integrated Health Sciences Alumna of the Year Ashley Reagor from opening her own physical therapy practice.
A rendering of the Medical Education Building
Campus News | September 24, 2021
Permanent building on Shadow Lane Campus now about a year away from completion.
a conductor waves his baton
Arts and Culture | September 23, 2021
The UNLV Symphony Orchestra is conducted by Taras Krysa.
A classical style drawing of the moon
Arts and Culture | September 23, 2021
Mistaken identities, unrequited love, reunited school chums, and a whole pot of noodles add flavor to this quick-paced romantic comedy that will delight the entire family.
Research | September 23, 2021
UNLV historian Michelle Tusan's contribution to The Lausanne Project helps to build a better understanding of the First World War as a conflict that didn't really end until 1923.
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
Arts and Culture | September 22, 2021
Selected artist to create an original site-specific mural celebrating the thriving and diverse Las Vegas community.