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A static replica H-1 was displayed on a pole alongside Hughes’ ‘Spruce Goose’ at Long Beach when the latter aircraft was displayed in a dome adjacent to the Queen Mary. Other non-flying replicas are displayed at the Thomas T. Beam Engineering Complex at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and the Santa Maria Museum of Flight. As of 2016 another H-1 replica is being built at the San Diego Air & Space Museum.
Robot U: Bear Robotics Enrolls at UNLV To Give Hospitality Students Hands-On Experience
Suppose you’re an aspiring college student looking to enter the hospitality industry and want an education to get set on the right path. In that case, the Hospitality College at the University of Nevada-Las Vegas has to rank near the top of the list.
Health officials say CCSD ‘pause’ will help district recover
Dr. Marc Kahn, dean of the Kirk Kerkorian School of Medicine at UNLV, said Friday his understanding is the school district’s pause wasn’t so much to slow coronavirus transmission but rather a workforce issue because a “fair number of people” are out with COVID-19.
UNLV Graduate Student's Research Focuses on Using Perovskites in Space Probes
Kristen Tagaytayan carefully unearthed her research sample from a nitrogen glovebox. She gingerly placed the sample onto her workspace and added a nickel chemical solution to it. Using a razor blade, she evened out the mixture across a glass slide and placed it in the lab's oven, where she watched it cook from behind the glass window.
US sports betting: "The unmet demand will drive revenues regardless of the quality of regulation"
The University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) on January 10 launched a new executive online training program in gaming law and regulation at its William S. Boyd School of Law, in partnership with global gambling operator Entain. It targets operators, suppliers, regulators and non-lawyers working in the gaming industry.
Health officials say CCSD's 'pause' will help district recover
The Clark County School District's decision to cancel two days of school – combined with a long holiday weekend – will help the district operationally recover after a spike in COVID-19 cases, but it's unclear how it may affect community case rates, health officials say.