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This illustration, created at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), reveals ultrastructural morphology exhibited by coronaviruses.
Campus News | March 10, 2020
As coronavirus concerns grow, UNLV researchers available to provide expertise.
People | March 10, 2020
Cam Johnson says working as director of IT operations for the medical school is a fitting culmination of his career.
Arts and Culture | March 9, 2020
Linda Lister stage directs this Jacques Offenbach operetta, with music direction by Darryl Cooper.
woman posing outdoors
People | March 9, 2020
This mom of three has a heart for helping students and cherishing every moment with her kids.
two people shaking hands
Research | March 6, 2020
Do you turn your back when someone offers you a hand, a kiss or a hug? Public health professor Brian Labus
gallery reception
Arts and Culture | March 6, 2020
UNLV Honors College student Nathalie Martinez reflects on the stories and impact of Latinex artists.
Representatives from the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians wrap UNLV Marta Meana in a blanket as part of the tribe's gift announcement to the university.
Campus News | March 5, 2020
A collection of news stories from February highlighting the people and research of UNLV.
microscopic image
Business and Community | March 5, 2020
Public health professor Brian Labus answers 4 questions answered by a public health professional
A group of five fifth graders partake in an experiment during UNLV's Rebel Science Camp.
Business and Community | March 3, 2020
Nearly 550 local fifth graders to attend UNLV’s Rebel Science Camp in 2020.
portrait of Deepak Chopra
Business and Community | March 3, 2020
Chopra is a New York Times bestselling author and world-renowned pioneer in integrative medicine and personal transformation; tickets are free.
group of medical students and doctors outside school entrance
Campus News | March 3, 2020
Students and faculty gather to reflect on accomplishments of African American physicians.
Man on balcony with Las Vegas in the background.
People | March 2, 2020
One of the best things about public health is its interdisciplinary nature, according to practitioner Jason Flatt, who says it allows him to tap into fields as diverse as sociology, medicine, nursing, and psychology.