Topic: education - higher ed

People | October 18, 2021
Education professor explores the Black male experience in higher ed, talks about the importance of mentorship, and thanks you for being a friend.
Campus News | September 16, 2021
College of Education experts explore what it means to be an MSI institution as they train future higher ed leaders.
Two elementary school students and their principal sit around a desk with tablets, paper, and pencils
Campus News | February 10, 2021
UNLV professor Iesha Jackson examines structural forms of racism in the teacher education pipeline and ways to combat them.
Research | September 9, 2020
College of Education professors Christine Clark and Norma A. Marrun reactivate center, examine absence of Ethnic Studies in schools and teacher education programs.
woman in office
People | October 17, 2019
Tiffany Tyler-Garner works to fight dropout rate among students, foster training and rehabilitation for Nevada employees.
people in workshop
Campus News | October 3, 2019
Universities offering distance learning opportunities must comply with regulations across state lines.
white board with math equations and books
Research | September 4, 2019
If the problem of redundant math can be solved, then college just might become a little cheaper and quicker.
A portrait of Bill Speer, director of UNLV's Math Learning Center, standing in front of a white board.
Business and Community | August 10, 2019
Students find support through updated math courses, pilot programs.
Business and Community | August 9, 2019
Summer Math Bridge has helped 77 percent of participating students place into credit-bearing math courses since 2012.
Erica Mosca seated at a table
People | August 7, 2019
Through a nonprofit she founded, alumna Erica Mosca helps low-income high school students get to — and then succeed — in college.
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Research | December 20, 2018
UNLV professor Federick J. Ngo on how tuition waivers opened doors for undocumented students — and what other states could learn from the Golden State's policy.
Silhouette of businesswoman with briefcase standing in doorway
Research | May 11, 2018
A first-of-its-kind book provides faculty with tools to help students understand — and maybe even surmount — threshold concepts.