Sportsbook TV screens showing college basketball
Research |
UNLV study finds binge drinking is disproportionately more common among sports bettors than non-gamblers or those who don't wager on sports.
A student talking in a group setting with her laptop.
Campus News |
UNLV Urban Affairs class prepares students to navigate emergency situations from a crisis communication perspective.
Greenspun College of Urban Affairs
Campus News |
Faculty respond to the mental health crisis with multiple programs focused on addressing the shortages and challenges in Nevada on April 5.
man sits while holding an acoustic guitar in front of gray background
Arts and Culture |
This concert is sponsored by Dr. Mitchell and Pearl Forman.
UNLV sign through fall foliage
Campus News |
Spring Flowers (Becca Schwartz)
Campus News |
A roundup of the top news stories featuring UNLV students and faculty.
two women at a desk looking over photos and color samples
People |
After 17 years in the health care industry, this animal lover is the Division of Research's new research integrity officer.
author Tananarive Due talking during an interview
Arts and Culture |
Pioneer of Black horror and author of The Reformatory visits Las Vegas on April 5 as part of the Black Legal Futurism conference.
two women sitting at a table during the MSI Student Success Summit
Campus News |
Faculty, staff, students, and administrators came together to discuss recent initiatives and how to improve as a Minority-Serving Institution.
Tyler Parry points to a white board that reads "know your history"
Campus News |
… And the many moments of racial tension amid segregation in Southern Nevada that came before it. 
A photo of the area surrounding UNLV with the Las Vegas Strip in the background
Business and Community |
Partnership invests more than $1.7 million in strategic partnership to address pressing local issues. 
Students Adi Pahima and Magnus Yuen build and programing their robot.
Campus News |
In an effort to encourage STEM learning, UNLV engineering students partner with local high schools to help 'gear' up for the FIRST Robotics Competition as part of a new two-semester course.