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

Lee Business School in Frank and Estella Beam Hall
Business and Community | October 20, 2017
Center to be Renamed Troesh Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation.
Business and Community | September 22, 2017
Southern Nevada Substance Use & Behavioral Health Summit brings mental health, criminal justice professionals together to educate and collaborate on critical public health issues.
Barbara Corcoran
Arts and Culture | September 18, 2017
Corcoran, real estate mogul, business expert, and investor on ABC's "Shark Tank" will share her rags to riches story and her secrets of success; tickets are free.
crowd at concert
Campus News | September 12, 2017
UNLV moves from second to a three-way tie for first in annual rankings for "Best Ethnic Diversity.”
Students walk by UNLV signs
Campus News | September 6, 2017
President Jessup’s annual State of the U Sept. 14 will celebrate UNLV’s past, present, and future; student-led 60th Birthday Party is Sept. 12.
Campus News | July 27, 2017
Highlights include $25 million gift for UNLV medical school and record year for athletics fundraising; UNLV has raised $243 million in past three years.
People | July 17, 2017
Vock, who will also serve as UNLV's chief financial officer, brings more than 30 years of university and corporate finance experience.
Campus News | June 28, 2017
Modern look celebrates UNLV Athletics’ rich history and tie to Las Vegas; projects steady progression of one of nation’s most recognizable college brands.
Frank Cucinotta
Research | June 5, 2017
New predictive model shows radiation from cosmic rays extends from damaged to otherwise healthy “bystander” cells, effectively doubling cancer risk.