Nicole Rupersburg

Communications Associate - Division of Research and Economic Development

Nicole Rupersburg is the Communications Associate for the Division of Research and Economic Development. She comes to UNLV after working more than a decade as a freelance journalist, during which time she covered a wide range of topics including business and economic development, urban leadership, entrepreneurship, arts and culture, and food and travel. She is also experienced in marketing, social media management, and event organization. When she's not on campus, she's usually out hiking in Red Rock. 

Articles by Nicole Rupersburg

People | March 19, 2019
Drew Brunson’s decision to attend UNLV’s hands-on MBA program led to a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for an esports career.
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Business and Community | January 11, 2019
Inaugural hackathon offered UNLV students unique opportunity to generate innovative commercial products; winner announced during CES 2019 in Las Vegas.
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People | December 6, 2018
Two-time UNLV alumnus Andrew Baca has done a little bit of everything in his career … except let setbacks stand in the way.
Orlando Bustos
People | November 1, 2018
A simple degree upgrade led graphic designer Orlando Bustos to an internship with NASA and a job with Arcata Associates.
Dr. Nadia Gomez
Research | October 3, 2018
A national study on simulation training is changing how obstetrics and gynecology practitioners learn to perform surgeries.
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Research | October 1, 2018
UNLV Academic Success Center staff use their research to improve their student services.
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Research | September 25, 2018
UNLV’s Office of Economic Development provides four tips to avoid a business fail, even if you think you already know everything about entrepreneurship.
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Research | September 21, 2018
The Research & Creative Honors Program helps UNLV undergrads prepare for graduate research work.
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Research | September 21, 2018
When toxic masculinity is part of a culture, male survivors of childhood abuse may turn to crime as a way to reclaim their masculinity.