Daniel Coyle

Academic Advisor for the Honors College

Articles by Daniel Coyle

People | May 8, 2020
In her transdisciplinary Honors College thesis project, UNLV senior Kendahl Servino investigates how our regard for our hands can reveal far more than we might expect.
Alice Hasings standing next to a cactus
People | April 13, 2020
The Honors College’s new academic advisor dishes on remote work, flying pizza, and making strong connections on campus.
Photo of Martha Amaya standing in a crowded group of people.
Campus News | December 12, 2019
Honors College student Martha Amaya one of just 30 nationwide to receive Charles B. Rangel International Affairs Fellowship.
A photo of Akaisha Cook delivering a speech at the 2019 UNLV Foundation Annual Dinner.
Campus News | November 22, 2019
Honors College student Akaisha Cook one of just 30 nationwide to receive 2020 Thomas R. Pickering Foreign Affairs Fellowship.
Maria Jerinic sits at a desk with stacks of books.
People | September 3, 2019
The longtime Honors College professor on Jane Austen, the tyranny of the GPA, and peanut butter cups.
Kerry Sallee, director of development for the Honors College, with a group of the college's students.
People | February 25, 2019
Seeing her dean get a pie in his face was part of her greatest day on campus.
Sophia Quinton
People | April 6, 2018
Undergraduate Honors College student Sophia Quinton has overcome personal adversity to win prestigious Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship.
Bryan Blankfield standing at whiteboard in front of students
People | February 20, 2018
Taking a cue from Gandalf the Grey, this new Honors College faculty-in-residence invites students to say “yes” when life offers unexpected adventures.
David Sinclair sits on bench
People | November 14, 2016
With his remarkable, box-of-chocolates-like résumé, David Sinclair brings a rich assortment of professional and personal experiences to his new role with the Honors College.