Afsha Bawany

Director of Communication, Greenspun College of Urban Affairs

Afsha Bawany writes about and connects journalists to UNLV experts in the following areas:

  • Greenspun College of Urban Affairs

Subject Areas:

  • Communication Studies
  • Criminal Justice 
  • Journalism and Media Studies
  • School of Public Policy and Leadership
  • Social Work

Articles by Afsha Bawany

Rebel mascot dancing in front of "Rebel Homecoming" sign
Campus News | November 8, 2019
KUNV Radio’s 57-song playlist will have you singing along
Nicholas Barr poses on UNLV's campus, his work focuses on homeless young adults and military service members.
People | October 14, 2019
Mindful of the needs of homeless youth, the social work professor has created a program to help.
Ashton Ridley standing outside UNLV's Greenspun Hall
People | September 16, 2019
Once an intern in public radio, UNLV alum Ashton Ridley is now paying it forward.
Carlos Flores stands in front of a bank of television screens
Arts and Culture | July 18, 2019
How the gatekeepers in pop culture find exclusivity in their fandom.
Michael and Gloria Flores
People | May 20, 2019
Gloria Flores and her son, Michael, share a stage as they both earn degrees on the same day.
exterior of UNLV Greenspun Building
Campus News | April 11, 2019
Applications now open for all UNLV graduate students; internships begin in June and focus on the integration of policymaking, finance, effective communication.
Greenspun Building
Business and Community | April 3, 2019
City resilience framework will focus on health and wellness, economy and society, infrastructure and environment, and leadership and strategy.
cell phone with social apps
People | March 4, 2019
To unfriend, to unfollow, or to keep in touch? Communication studies professor Natalie Pennington helps answer questions about the human connection to social media.
Katheryn "K.C." Brekken, Assistant Research Professor for the School of Public Policy and Leadership and MGM Resorts International Institute at UNLV poses in front of the Las Vegas Strip.
People | November 5, 2018
Ask this researcher about how citizens can be part of policy solutions.