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2017 Alumni of the Year Awards
When the real estate market took its toll on Chip Johnson, the 2017 Alumnus of the Year leaned on the relationships he started at UNLV.
Holly Lyman, the Community Health Sciences Alumna of the Year, builds a Dragon boating tradition to fight cancer.
Las Vegas set the stage for the career of Kathy Dyke, the Hotel Administration Alumna of the Year.
Sara Leoni, the College of Urban Affairs Alumna of the Year, finds that a great team can last a lifetime.
Fine Arts Alumnus of the Year Tim Bavington on representing the Las Vegas art scene.
Tomas C. Walker, the 2017 Nursing Alumnus of the Year, working to develop an artificial pancreas to help patients with diabetes.
Former golf team member Daron Dorsey named the Boyd School of Law Alumnus of the Year.
Jason Smylie, the Honors College Alumnus of the Year, invests in Capriotti's and ends up owning the company.
The career of Lisa Danielson, the Graduate College Alumnua of the Year, took off like a rocket after UNLV.
Maria Barton, the Allied Health Sciences Alumna of the Year, finds the payoff in helping others.
Tina Kunzer-Murphy, the College of Education's Alumna of the Year, rose from being a student-athlete to leading all of them.
Herb J. Santos Jr., the Liberal Arts Alumnus of the Year, finds opportunity in adversity.
Dr. Cody Hughes, the School of Dental Medicine's Alumnus of the Year, returns to serve its pediatric program.
College of Engineering Alumnus of the Year Suresh Vishnubhatla crosses continents to find his academic home.
College of Sciences Alumnus of the Year Theodore Garland has taught across the globe.
Terry Shonkwiler given the Achievement in Service Award.
Alumni Association honors marketing professor Jack Schibrowsky with its Outstanding Faculty Award.
John Guedry, the Business Alumnus of the Year, says his degree opened doors for changing the community
One of the Classified Employee of the Year recipients says never giving up is the key to getting ahead.
KUNV Radio Announces New Musical Programming.
Authors and educators gather at UNLV to discuss the future of books for children and teens.