Cheryl Bella

Director of Communications, College of Engineering

Articles by Cheryl Bella

Red event program for Senior Design Competition with electrical device in background
Business and Community | May 8, 2019
Nearly 40 student-created engineering projects provide technological solutions to real-world problems; prototypes on display May 9 at Thomas & Mack Center.
Portrait of Daniel Mendoza with ribbons around his neck displayig sports medlas he has won.
People | April 29, 2019
Two concepts drive his personal and professional life – traveling and getting involved
Hailey Dawson with 3d-printed hands
People | October 25, 2018
Tune into ESPN2 at 6 a.m. Oct.28 as Hailey's story is chronicled on the network's award-winning E:60 documentary series.
illustration
Research | October 4, 2018
UNLV engineers developed a team of drones that detect radioactivity in areas where it’s unsafe or unfeasible for other trackers to go.
A girl donates money to a box featuring a glowing ichthyosaur
Business and Community | August 9, 2018
Nevada State Museum's new donation box, designed by UNLV students, features a fearsome fish from long ago.
Maxim Sonsa, electrical engineering, working on his senior project, a toaster that also butters toast.
Campus News | April 16, 2018
Projects include a portable wind turbine for easy power generation following natural disaster, a mobile app that helps shelter animals find families, and a hands-free thermal imaging camera for first responders.
Business and Community | March 15, 2018
March 31 game marks 8-year-old Las Vegas girl Hailey Dawson's first Major League Baseball park pitch in 2018 using her UNLV 3D-printed hand.
A student holding his project
Business and Community | December 6, 2017
A pedestrian lighting system, a new pallet design for warehouses, a remote-controlled device that can detect IEDs, and a location-sharing app designed to encourage human interaction among more than 30 projects on display.
Campus News | October 14, 2017
International competition wraps up today; Team Las Vegas places second in engineering contest, following earlier wins of first in innovation and second for architecture.