UNLV Media Relations

The UNLV Office of Media Relations promotes local, national, and worldwide visibility for the university and its faculty and staff. The office is committed to informing the public about the quality and diversity of the learning environment at UNLV, the level of scholarship and research, and the university's dedication to providing uses of new knowledge and scholarship to benefit the local, national, and international communities.

Website: unlv.edu/mediarelations

Articles by UNLV Media Relations

A close-up image of two UNLV grads holding their red UNLV mortarboards for commencement photos on campus
Campus News | May 10, 2021
Spring 2021 undergrads will be celebrated in two ceremonies over two consecutive days; UNLV also will host separate ceremonies for graduate-level students and the entire class of 2020.
Graduates seated in red caps and gown during a previous UNLV commencement
People | May 10, 2021
An enduring commencement tradition continues this spring as UNLV president honors seven outstanding students who exemplify the academic, research, and community impact of the graduating class.
A red UNLV mortarboard decorated with the words "stay the course"
Campus News | December 9, 2020
UNLV President Keith E. Whitfield to honor four Winter 2020 graduates for their academic, research, and community impact.
A man in a red shirt
People | December 6, 2020
Alumnus Noe Santos says getting involved at UNLV was his key to securing lasting employment.
Arts and Culture | September 28, 2020
As the contentious election season heats up, UNLV experts offer context on various facets of the political system.
Research | September 22, 2020
Social science researchers offer recommendations for navigating ethical dilemmas in studying global societies.
Dr. Keith Whitfield portrait
Campus News | July 23, 2020
Board of Regents appoints Dr. Keith Whitfield as UNLV’s 11th permanent president; he will begin in the position Aug. 24.
UNLV graduate seated with decorated cap
Campus News | May 14, 2020
An enduring UNLV end-of-semester tradition is to highlight exceptional students who embody the academic, research, and community impact of the graduating class.
This illustration, created at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), reveals ultrastructural morphology exhibited by coronaviruses.
Business and Community | March 30, 2020
UNLV researchers, medical investigator to discuss coronavirus pandemic March 30; event to be livestreamed