Topic: education - preK-12
Business and Community | December 29, 2015
A collection of 2015 headlines featuring UNLV outreach to the surrounding community.
Campus News | December 8, 2015
UNLV College of Education’s first Summit on Nevada Education draws local, state, and national stakeholders for idea swap on improved education.
Business and Community | October 27, 2015
UNLV law and education student Wynn Tashman is using experience in the Kids Court program to develop an educational intervention in support of LGBT youth in schools and legal settings.
Business and Community | May 15, 2015
Clark County School District is ground zero for the issues rumbling in schools across the country. Here's how UNLV is linking research and outreach programs to help find solutions.
Campus News | January 21, 2015
UNLV removing some of the stumbling blocks for getting students interested in the science and engineering fields. The key: Get 'em while they're young.
Research | May 16, 2013
Study finds Nevada’s kids have healthier habits this year, but accessing health care continues to be a problem.
People | October 5, 2012
The educational psychologist on keeping kids with behavioral disorders out of the special education classroom, her proudest moment, and the inspiration of Olympian Gabby Douglas.
People | September 13, 2012
Alumnus brings his expertise in exercise physiology back as a professor in the School of Allied Health Sciences. The avid runner talks about exercise, your immune system, and his own bad eating habits.
Business and Community | June 15, 2012
Elementary teachers head to summer school to bone up on science.
Business and Community | June 12, 2012
Project VISIONS partners UNLV, CCSD to boost student success in science by improving teacher content knowledge and confidence
Business and Community | May 2, 2012
Parents cite affordability as major barrier to maintaining kids’ medical care.
Business and Community | June 7, 2011
Innovative Professional Development Partnership Seeks to Boost Science Content Knowledge in Teachers and Improve Student Achievement