A Sneak Peek at Graduate-Level Research

UNLV’s Research & Creative Honors Program provides undergraduates with unique opportunities that prepare them for graduate studies.

In This Series

Karsyn Wilson sitting on stage in an empty theater.
Research | May 1, 2019
Through interviews and writing, this Research & Creative Honors Program participant discovered how storytelling empowers marginalized groups.
Kayce Singer working in a science lab.
Research | May 1, 2019
Hands-on experience to complement classroom learning helped this Research & Creative Honors Program participant understand — and love — biology even more.
Christen Lena Gomez working at her computer.
Research | May 1, 2019
This Research & Creative Honors Program participant makes educating children about the diversity within the Latino community fun.
Rafael Antonio Armendariz working at his computer.
Research | May 1, 2019
This Research & Creative Honors Program participant sought to design a stadium that would better serve the community.
Patrick Messimertesting a the strength of a 3d printed piece of material.
Research | May 1, 2019
This Research & Creative Honors Program participant is as curious as he was in the third grade — only now he's an undergraduate researcher.
Sophia Quinton working at her computer.
Research | May 1, 2019
This Research & Creative Honors Program participant found her research mission early in life and has been pursuing it ever since.
Dominic A. Armendariz working at his computer.
Research | May 1, 2019
This Research & Creative Honors Program participant looked at learning theories to build a better school design.

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